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Families Against Narcotics – Ingham County

Families Against Narcotics – Southwest Oakland & Livingston County

Families Against Narcotics – Montcalm & Ionia County

General Resources (list courtesy of Families Against Narcotics)

Alcoholics Anonymous
Al-Anon Family Groups
Ala-Anon Information Services in Michigan
Narcotics Anonymous
Drug Free America
Women for Sobriety
Smart Recovery
The National Institute on Drug Abuse-National Institute of Health
Partnership at Drug Free
The Recovery Connection
Ingham Substance Abuse Prevention
Pill Identifier, Drug list/effects
How Drugs Work in the Brain
Street Drugs-Use symptoms-treatment
National Site for Services

Local Substance abuse programs (list courtesy of Families Against Narcotics)

Clinton, Ingham, Community Mental Health Authority, PHP Coordinating Agency
812 E. Jolly Rd., Lansing MI  48911
Phone (517) 346-8375

Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Services

812 E. Jolly Rd.
Lansing, MI 48911
Phone: (517) 346-8200

A multi-phased drug treatment program organized under the Clinton, Eaton, Ingham Community Mental Health Board.  A prevention program that provides information and education on the misuse and or abuse of drugs including alcohol.

Clinton County Counseling Center (CCCC)
1000 E. Sturgis, Suite 3
St. Johns, MI 48879
Phone: (989) 224-6729      Fax: (989) 224-2342

Provides outpatient treatment services to residents of Clinton County as well as screening, assessment and referral for alcohol and drug related offenses. Also provides prevention services to youth.

Correctional Assessment and Treatment Services (CATS)
630 N. Cedar Street
Mason, MI 48854
Phone: (517) 676-2431

Provides outpatient treatment and aftercare for individuals in the Ingham County jail who have a diagnosis of drug and alcohol abuse.

Southland Counseling Center
812 E. Jolly Rd.
Lansing, MI 48911
Phone: (517) 346-8270

Provides outpatient treatment services for individuals with drug and alcohol problems. Methadone maintenance is also provided to individuals with chronic opiate addictions.

Cristo Rey Substance Abuse Program
1717 N. High Street
Lansing, MI 48906
Phone: (517) 372-4700

An outpatient counseling and prevention program designed to meet the needs of the minority communities in the area. Services include: substance abuse education, individual and family counseling, outreach to homeless individuals, a medical clinic and supportive services referrals.

Eaton Substance Abuse Program
1033 Healthcare Dr.
Charlotte, MI 48813
Phone: (517) 543-2580   Fax:  (517) 543-8191

An outpatient drug and alcohol treatment program which offers education and assessment services along with individual, group, and family counseling. Services for adolescents as well as outreach substance abuse services are available.

Gateway Community Services
2875 Northwind Dr. Suite 105
East Lansing, MI 48823-4125
Phone: (517) 351-4000

A human service provider offering a wide range of services to families, adolescents, and young adults including: family, group or individual counseling, crisis intervention, parent education and support and emergency shelter.

National Council on Alcoholism/Lansing Regional Area (NCAILRA)
3400 S. Cedar St. Suite 200
Lansing, MI 48910
Phone: (517) 887-0226

NCAILRA is a substance abuse treatment agency that provides services for people experiencing problems with alcohol or other drugs. Offerings include information, education and treatment on an outpatient, intensive  outpatient or long-term residential basis. Special programming is available for women and families.

Rise Sober Living
Transitional Sobriety Housing (short or long term) —
Men and women’s homes available.  Downtown Lansing locations.
Phone 517-703-3389

Glass House

419 N. Martin Luther King Blvd.
Lansing, MI 48915
Phone: 517-482-2028

A long-term residential program for women with chronic chemical dependency including alcoholism and other drug addictions. This program is part of the continuum of services operated by the National Council on Alcoholism/Lansing Regional Area.

Holy Cross Services
3410 Old Lansing Rd
Lansing Mi.
Phone: 517-657-2980

A Women’s Specialty Residential Program that has staff trained to deal with both mental health and substance abuse problems.   They provide individual and group therapy and Recovery Coach services  along with meetings related to recovery. They accept children of mothers who are attending the program and review each situation on an individual basis to ensure the well-being of all.

Christ Centered, residential, community based, sober living home.
1 year program
528 N. Pine Street  Lansing Mi.

Holden House
3300 S. Pennsylvania
Lansing, MI 48910
Phone: (517) 394-0004

A long-term residential treatment program for men with chronic chemical dependency including alcoholism and other drug addictions. This program is part of the continuum of services operated by the National Council on Alcoholism/Lansing Regional Area.

House of Commons
706 Curtis Street
Mason MI 48854
Phone: (517) 244-0393, Fax: (517) 244-9155

Services offered: Men’s Short-term and Long-term Residential. Medicaid provider.

The Recovery Center
810 W. Saginaw
Lansing MI 48915
Phone: 517-267-7623, Fax: (517) 853-2878.

Services offered: Clinically Monitored Detoxification. Medicaid provider.

Rise House
217 N. Sycamore Lansing Mi 48933
Phone   517-703-3389

The Rise recovery community includes both men’s and women’s homes.  The homes are designed for those in post rehab recovery and are designed to help members uncover or rediscover their dreams and goals, and gain life skills for an opportunity to live as clean and sober productive members of society.  This, while living the motto “we insist on enjoying life.

The Traveler’s Club
Michigan State University’s Collegiate Recovery Program
Contact:  Rebecca Allen    ATOD Health Educator

The Traveler’s Club is a MSU student organization for Spartans committed to recovery from drug or alcohol addiction.  The program provides peer support and fellowship, substance free on and off campus recreational and leisure opportunities, information, referral and advocacy, service learning opportunities, and health education/promotion.