Drug Rehabs in Warren, MI

Warren, Michigan is experiencing an epidemic of substance abuse and has the 2nd highest rate of drug-related deaths in the state. Fortunately, there are options for expert treatment at a variety of rehab centers.

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    Drug and Alcohol Addiction and Rehab in Warren, Michigan

    Warren is the 3rd largest city in Michigan and is located in Macomb County, bordering the city of Detroit. In 2017, around 2,335 people died from drug overdose in the state of Michigan, and about 1,689 of those deaths were opioid-related. Compared to the surrounding counties, Macomb has the 2nd highest rate of drug-related deaths in the state.

    Over the past few years Macomb County has seen a rise in opioid abuse and deaths; in fact, more than 3 out of 5 drug deaths involve opioids. Data has shown an increase in deaths involving heroin, fentanyl, and prescription opiods like Methadone, Oxycodone, and Hydrocodone and prescription benzodiazepines like Valium, and Xanax. Even though the population has been steadily decreasing, prescriptions for controlled substances have increased. Unfortunately, there are more annual opioid prescriptions than people in Michigan, where doctors write over 11 million prescriptions each year. In 2015, the state ranked 15th in drug overdose death rate.

    Prevention Programs in Warren

    Warren has been actively combatting the war on drugs by using evidence-based practices in treatment and prevention of substance abuse. In early 2019 the Federal Anti-Narcotics Team of Macomb (FANTOM) was unveiled to combat the increasing drug epidemic. FANTOM is comprised of agents from Chesterfield Township, Macomb County Sheriff’s Office, Warren Police Department, Sterling Heights Police Department, and Clinton Township Police Department. The group was formed by Warren Police Commissioner Bill Dwyer and local law enforcement after seeing drug use and drug deaths in Macomb County rapidly increasing. According to the DEA, heroin and fentanyl are major issues nationwide, especially in Warren. FANTOM helps in training officers and communicating amongst other agencies to share intelligence.

    The city of Warren, Michigan has support from Macomb County Community Mental Health and its designated coordinating agency for substance abuse services, The Macomb County Office of Substance Abuse (MCOSA).The Office of Substance Abuse is responsible for:

    • Subcontracting community agencies to provide publicly funded prevention and treatment services
    • Management of covered substance abuse services
    • Providing support services in prevention program development, quality assurance, training, recipient rights, etc.

    MCOSA manages around $13 million in federal, state, and local funds to provide services for the community in preventing and treating substance abuse. Priority in treatment is given to women who are pregnant or parenting and struggling with drug addiction.

    Substance Abuse Recipient Rights

    Every person receiving alcohol or drug treatment services is protected by the Substance Abuse Recipient Rights. Some of these rights include:

    • The right to confidentiality (privacy)
    • The right to be free from abuse and neglect
    • The right to services the meets one’s needs
    • The right to be treated with dignity and respect.

    These rights are written out in the Administrative Rules for Substance Abuse Programs in Michigan and in other State and Federal laws.

    Angel Program

    Michigan State Police decided to implement the Angel Program in 2016 as an effort to combat addiction rather than placing more people in jail without recovery. The MSP Angel program allows a person struggling with drug addiction to walk into any MSP post during business hours and ask for assistance in recovery rather than facing arrest or jail time. During the intake process an “Angel” volunteer is present to support the individual and provide transportation to the appropriate treatment facility. The Angel Program relies on the local community for volunteers and donations in order to keep their services running.

    Find Addiction Treatment in Warren

    Alcohol and drug addiction tears thousands of families apart each year. In a community where drug use is increasing, it can be difficult to maintain abstinence, but help is out there. Many agencies and programs exist in Michigan to combat substance abuse; however, some may choose an inpatient program outside of their home state. If you need help finding the best rehabilitation center for you or a loved one, reach out to a treatment professional today.

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      Government Programs

      Find local government programs that promote sober living and will help you find peace in your day to day life.

      Michigan Service Office of NA, Inc.726 Livernois Avenue
      Ferndale, MI 48220
      Area 33: Southeast MichiganP.O. Box 2843
      Southfield, MI 48037-2843

      College Programs

      Counseling Center

      Trinity Lutheran College

      You’ll establish new approaches and techniques which you will have unmarked. In the counseling session, you’ll set objective, describe your required outcome, and find out your role in creating those changes. Some target areas include: (1) Relationships: ante nuptial, marital, divorce bar, social relationships; parent, adolescent and family. (2) Parenting education: transition to adulthood, parenting through the life cycle, step-parenting. (3) Grief and loss issues: loss of a lover, divorce recovery, job loss, health problems. (4) Life challenges: depression, anxiety, elevated stress, monetary tensions.

      38900 Harper Ave.
      Clinton Township, MI 48036

      Psychological and Counseling Services

      University of Detroit Mercy

      Clinical psychologist, clinical social workers and mental health counselors who are licensed in the state of Michigan at the highest level of practice are available for counselling services. The treatment is available to students by professional outpatient counseling and psychotherapeutic free of cost.

      4001 W. McNichols Rd.
      Detroit, MI 48221

      Counseling Services

      Marygrove College

      Counseling is a collaborative process which involves the development of a unique, confidential, and supportive relationship. In helping students better understand themselves, their relationships with others and their feelings and behaviours, counselors act as facilitators. Counseling provides an invaluable forum to discuss concerns, problems, and decisions with an objective professional. To deal with challenges such as anxiety, depression, and relationship issues counseling assists in the development of insight and coping skills.

      8425 W. McNichols
      Detroit, MI 48221

      Drug or Alcohol Abuse Education Programs

      Sacred Heart Major Seminary

      The college offers assistance for Substance Abuse treatment and prevention programs through Catholic Social Services of Wayne County. We also provide an employee assistance program for drug or alcohol abuse which focus on drug abusers, alcoholics and their families.

      2701 Chicago Boulevard
      Detroit, Michigan 48206


      College for Creative Studies

      To providing a secure, healthy learning community for all its members is the duty of The College for Creative Studies as they are dedicated for it. The College acknowledges that the improper and excessive use of alcohol and alternative medication might interfere with the College’s mission by negatively moving the health and safety of scholars, college and workers. thanks to the damage caused by excessive and dirty use of alcohol and alternative medication, the faculty features a unconditional interest in establishing polices to ban unlawful behavior and sanctions to handle policy violations by members of the CCS community.

      201 East Kirby
      Detroit, MI 48202

      Counseling & Psychological Services

      Wayne State University

      CAPS provides all the students in the university community with counseling services to support the health, wellbeing and academic success of the students. We strive to achieve our goal of high ethical standards, quality of services, creativity and resourcefulness via our progressive development and Counseling and Psychological services.

      Room 552 Student Center Building
      Detroit, Michigan 48202

      Clinical Counseling Services

      Lawrence Technological University

      At the Clinical Counseling Services, we offer custom solutions to each student based on their requirements and their goals. All our students who require help and support or are going through a crisis of some sort are encouraged to contact for a meeting.

      21000 West Ten Mile Road
      Southfield, MI, 48075-1058

      OU Counseling Center

      Oakland University

      The Counseling Center offers short-term counseling for a range of issues. To talk confidentially with a counselor about personal concerns and to facilitate personal growth is provided at Individual counseling. To reach mutually agreed upon goals the counselor and client work together to define and discuss personal issues.

      408 Meadow Brook Road
      Rochester, MI 48309-4452

      Counseling Services

      University of Michigan-Dearborn

      Counseling Services is focused on making a domain in light of our estimations of multicultural, multi-disciplinary and multi-hypothetical practices that permit our various student bodies to access care, receive high quality services and take positive pathways to emotional well-being. We likewise endeavor to discover innovative methods for connecting with student and the UM-Dearborn community to sustain and build up a proactive, reestablished feeling of engagement all through the campus.

      4901 Evergreen Rd
      2157 UC, Dearborn, MI 48128-1491

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