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For treatment programs, see Chemical Dependency in the Health Care section.

Alcoholics Anonymous Service Center

During Covid-19: Check meeting locator on website or call for online and in-person meetings. 12-step support groups for anyone who desires to stop drinking.">, For literature call (734) 482-0707 or visit Tues.-Fri. 1-6 p.m.">,

31 S. Huron, Ypsilanti 48197 [map]
Helpline: (734) 482-5700 (9 a.m.-11 p.m. daily)

Ann Arbor Women's Group, A2WG

Creates opportunities for women recovering from alcohol and drug addiction. Free childcare Wed. 7-9 and Fri. 7-9 p.m. for those attending 12-step programs. Conducts monthly activities to strengthen women's sobriety through fun and informative events, workshops and retreats. Workshops, retreats, canoeing, movies, crafts, and more., V

P.O. Box 3433, AA 48106
(734) 846-4587

Center for Eating Disorders

Outpatient team treatment for children, teens, and adults with binge eating disorder, bulimia, anorexia nervosa, ARFID, and related disorders. Assessments, individual psychotherapy, nutrition counseling, and coordination of medical management services for all eating disorders. Specialized services for binge eating disorder through Bodywise Program. Skills training to help regulate eating and weight through Hungerwise Program. Partial hospitalization services for teens and adults with eating disorders through St. Joseph Mercy-Ann Arbor.,,

111 N. First #2 [map]
(734) 668-8585

Dawn Farm Education Series

Free community education programs covering a variety of topics for people with addiction, family members, professionals, and others. Programs 3rd, 4th, 5th Tues. each month (except July and August) 7:30-9 p.m.; open to all., U, V

5305 Elliott (SJM-AA Education Center) [map]
(734) 485-8725

Debtors Anonymous

12-step recovery program for compulsive debtors. Abstinence meets Sun. 4:15-5:15 p.m., Friends Meeting House in the New Room, 1420 Hill. Steps to Prosperity meets Thurs. 7:30-8:30 p.m., King of Kings Lutheran Church, 2685 Packard. No Matter What-Showing Up Action Group meets Fri. 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., First United Methodist Church, 120 S. State. Check website for more meetings.,

Divorce Recovery Workshops

Eight-week workshop (starts each fall) offers lectures, support and discussion groups. Nominal cost includes books, refreshments. Divorce Care starts Jan. at Knox Presbyterian Church. Contact: Marilyn Johnston,

3150 Glazier Way, Huron Hills Church [map]
(734) 769-6299

Food Addicts in Recovery Anonymous

12-step recovery program for overeating, undereating. No dues, fees, or weigh-in. Mon. 10 a.m. & Sat. 9 a.m., 242 Community Church, 648 S. Wagner; Wed. 7 p.m., Unity Church of Ann Arbor, 4599 Carpenter, Ypsilanti.

Nancy, (734) 834-3330

Gamblers Anonymous

12-step program and open meetings for compulsive gamblers. Open meeting Wed. 8 p.m., Alano Club, 995 N. Maple. Check website for other possible meeting times and information about Gam-Anon, a support group for families and friends.

(855) 222-5542 (Michigan hotline)

Home of New Vision

Provides treatment and programs to empower, protect, and encourage the lives of men and women affected by substance use disorder. Therapeutic services for substance use disorder, support through the Washtenaw Recovery Advocacy Project (WRAP). Outpatient, residential, women's specialty, recovery housing, recovery coaching, case management and Engagement Center services.,

3115 Professional [map]
(734) 975-1602

MHealthy Alcohol Management Program

Early intervention program, in person, zoom or by phone, for those with mild or moderate alcohol problems who would like to drink less or abstain; focus is on education. Call for phone screening to see if program is a good fit.,

3621 S. State [map]
(734) 998-2017

Michigan Tobacco Quitline

24/7 help line. Special tools, a support team of coaches, research-based information, and a community of others trying to become tobacco-free.

(800) QUIT NOW, 784-8669

Narcotics Anonymous

12-step support group for people with substance abuse problems. Meetings every day in and around Ann Arbor.,

PO Box 3020 P.O. Box 3020, Ann Arbor 48106
(800) 230-4085

Greater Ann Arbor Area Overeaters Anonymous

For people recovering from compulsive overeating, anorexia, or bulimia. Seven Ann Arbor meeting locations. Check website for information. Meetings every day.,

Teens Using Drugs: What to Know and What to Do

A free two-part education series, Oct., Nov., Jan.-June, 1st and 2nd Tues. 6-7:30 p.m. Parents, teens, families and professionals welcome, open to all., U, V

5305 Elliott (SJM-AA Education Center) [map]
(734) 485-8725

Washtenaw Alano Club

Provides meeting space for eleven different 12-step support groups. Social and recreational services for those in recovery and their families and friends. Mon., Tues., Thurs. 9 a.m.-9 p.m., Wed. 10 a.m.-9 p.m., Fri. 10 a.m.-10 p.m., Sat. & Sun. 8 a.m.-9 p.m.,

995 N. Maple [map]
(734) 668-8138

Washtenaw Families Against Narcotics

Public forum where speakers and panels address issues concerning substance use disorders, providing an opportunity to increase knowledge and enjoy fellowship with people facing similar experiences. Family and friends affected by substance use disorder, persons in recovery or seeking recovery and all community members are welcome. Programs include Yoga and exercise for recovery, peer-to-peer counseling and scholarships.,

(734) 210-9739

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