Drug & Alcohol Detox Centers in Grand Rapids, MI

River City residents grapple with substance use daily. And though the rest of Michigan also is faced with an epidemic of drug and alcohol abuse, the opioid-related death rate in Kent County is higher than the rate throughout the rest of the state. People are in crisis, and the best way to help them is treatment in a detoxification facility.

If you or a person you treasure are ready to lead a happy, healthy life, it’s time to learn about drug and alcohol detox centers in Grand Rapids, MI. Call 800-483-2193(Who Answers?) 24/7 and speak to an addiction specialist who can match you to a program that will help you put an end to substance abuse.

  • Pine Rest Christian Mental Hlth Servs Grand Rapids MI

    Pine Rest Christian Mental Hlth Servs

    300 68th Street SE
    Grand Rapids, MI 49501
    Details
    Pine Rest offers a full continuum of addiction services that range from residential detoxification to traditional outpatient services. All of the service components in the continuum welcome those who also have mental health disorders. We believe that there should be no wrong door for individuals to access substance use disorder treatment.
  • Sanford House at Cherry Street Grand Rapids MI

    Sanford House at Cherry Street

    540 Cherry Street SE
    Grand Rapids, MI 49503
    Details
    Sanford House at Cherry Street is a residential and non-residential treatment facility for women.
  • Cherry Street Health Services Southside Health Center/MATP Grand Rapids MI

    Cherry Street Health Services Southside Health Center/MATP

    2303 Kalamazoo Avenue SE
    Grand Rapids, MI 49507
    Details
    Cherry Health is an independent, non-profit Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) with a primary focus of providing high quality health services to those who have little or no access to health care, regardless of income or insurance status.
  • Cherry Street Health Services Grand Rapids MI

    Cherry Street Health Services

    100 Cherry Street SE
    Grand Rapids, MI 49503
    Details
    Cherry Health is an independent, non-profit Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) with a primary focus of providing high quality health services to those who have little or no access to health care, regardless of income or insurance status.
  • Salvation Army Turning Point Programs Grand Rapids MI

    Salvation Army Turning Point Programs

    1215 Fulton Street
    Suite E
    Grand Rapids, MI 49503
    Details
    The Salvation Army Turning Point Programs have provided professional and comprehensive treatment of substance use disorders for the West Michigan area since 1973. The Salvation Army is the oldest continuing provider of addictions treatment in the United States.

Get Help Today

Don't allow addiction to take away another minute of your life. Michigan detox centers can help you get well by providing you with a safe, clean, focused treatment environment that you can begin to heal in. If you're ready to get sober, call 800-483-2193(Who Answers?) today for help.

Choosing Grand Rapids Detox Centers that are Right for You or a Loved One

In 2006, Michigan paid 3.5 billion dollars for excessive drinking among residents, according to the Michigan Department of Community Health. That includes healthcare, productivity, and motor vehicle accident costs.  And this doesn’t even begin to cover the financial cost to the people abusing alcohol or the emotional costs paid by the people around them. It’s vitally important that these people have access to Grand Rapids alcohol detox. Without professional intervention, most people can’t make it through the withdrawal symptoms and relapse to substance abuse.

There isn’t a single type of detox that is the best for every patient. You need to consider what’s available to you and match the services and interventions of Grand Rapids drug detox to your issues and needs. A lot of people need the intensity of inpatient detox, which requires them to reside at the facility. In some cases, this is akin to dorm living. In others, like hospital-based inpatient detox, it means round-the-clock medical supervision. Other people prefer to live at home and arrive at the facility for regularly scheduled treatment activities. This is called outpatient treatment.

In the case of people who need to detox from heroin or other opioids, medication-assisted treatment using buprenorphine, naltrexone, or methadone may be appropriate. It can be dispensed both inpatient and outpatient.

How Will I Pay for Drug and Alcohol Detox in Grand Rapids, Michigan

Detox centers in Grand Rapids range in price from free programs run by state government and nonprofits to private luxury facilities that require clients to pay out-of-pocket. if you are concerned with financing your detoxification, consider:

  • Entering a facility that uses a sliding-fee scale
  • Entering a facility covered by your insurance
    • Most Grand Rapids drug detox programs accept private insurance, as well as government-funded options, like Medicaid, Medicare, military insurance, and tribal insurance
  • Entering a facility that will help you establish a financing plan with a payment schedule
  • Entering a facility that offers you a grant or scholarship

If you use private insurance, be sure to check if you have an HMO or PPO. And HMO will require you to use a facility in your network. A PPO generally will not. And, if your insurance is through the Healthcare Marketplace, most, if not all, of your treatment will be covered because it is considered one of the ten essential benefits.

You deserve the best care possible, and we want to help you find it.

Choosing the Best Detox Centers in Grand Rapids

A trained and experienced group of addiction counselors is waiting for you to call 800-483-2193(Who Answers?) 24/7. Get all of your questions answered and get connected to the perfect Grand Rapids alcohol detox and drug detox. It’s time to start your new, healthy life.