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Michigan Detox Centers for Drug & Alcohol Addiction

A lot of the things that mark life in Michigan are food and drink related. For instance, if you live in Grand Rapids, the smell of the Bimbo Bakery is one of the best parts of your day. And, no matter where you live, you are down with Faygo. We all know Vernors is a cure-all, not just a ginger ale. Sadly, Michigan residents with an addiction to drugs and alcohol don’t get to enjoy these silly communal joys. They become isolated by the disease and lose the ability to take pleasure in food and drink.

If you or someone you love has lost control because of addiction, there is help available. Michigan detox centers help people stop using drugs and alcohol every day; they can help you, too. Call 517-252-9977(Who Answers?) to learn more about detoxification and facilities across the state in cities like Saginaw and Warren.

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Why Choose Michigan Detox Centers?

There is no rule that says a person has to enter professional detox. However, the chances of relapsing are much lower among people who do. You know that wanting to quit is one thing, but getting through the withdrawal symptoms and the crippling cravings is another. You need and you deserve support during this time.

Detox center in Michigan support you by:

  • Alleviating your physical and psychological symptoms of withdrawal
  • Easing cravings
  • Simultaneously treating co-occurring mental and physical conditions
  • Offering emotional support
  • Preparing you for the transition to formal, structured rehab (which you need to go to because detox isn’t a substitute for a treatment program)

For your own wellbeing, you should choose one of the many quality Michigan detox centers, where trained, experienced staff will enable you to succeed in becoming sober.


Drug & Alcohol Detox Statistics

  • The rate of fatal drug overdose in the state of Michigan rose 13.3 percent between 2014 and 2015, which emphasizes the need for Michigan detox centers.
  • Between 2010 and 2014, 47,000 people a year were treated for alcohol abuse or dependence; this was a mere 8.2 percent of the people who needed those services.
  • Between 2010 and 2014, 40,000 people a year were treated for drug abuse or dependence; this was a mere 18.3 percent of the people who needed those services.
  • Of the people in Michigan addiction treatment on March 29, 2013, 0.6 percent were in outpatient detox, 3.5 percent were in inpatient detox, and 0.2 were in inpatient hospitalization detoxification.

Treatment Approaches

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Our helpline will ask you some simple questions and help you determine whether a particular detox center is right for you.


Caring treatment specialists will work with you to keep you comfortable during withdrawal to prepare you for recovery.


Therapy and counseling are provided to help you discover the core reasons behind your addiction and how to cope without drugs or alcohol.


Follow-up programs and continued attention to recovery assist you in maintaining a sober lifestyle following the treatment received in detox and rehab.

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How Long is Michigan Alcohol Detox?

Every person who enters alcohol detox in Michigan will have the length of their stay determined by their specific circumstances.

Factors that impact the length of time you need to remain in alcohol detox include:

  • Your overall health
  • Whether or not you have any co-occurring physical or mental conditions
  • Whether or not you have a support system
  • Whether or not you are abusing drugs as well as alcohol
  • Previous withdrawal periods, which can make detox harder and harder each time it is attempted

Call 517-252-9977(Who Answers?) now and learn more about what happens in detoxification and how long you may need to remain in treatment.

How Long is Michigan Drug Detox?

Just like alcohol detox, drug detox varies in length based on a number of factors. The most obvious consideration is the primary substance of abuse. The average heroin user is going to require more time in drug detox than a marijuana user, for example.

You will require a longer stay in drug detox if:

  • You are abusing multiple substances
  • You have mental and/or physical disorders that are complicated by withdrawal
  • You have a severe and/or long-term addiction
  • You experience homicidal, suicidal, or psychotic urges as part of withdrawal
  • Your health is fragile
  • You don’t follow the instructions you are given

A little research can help you get a general idea how much detox you may need, but be sure to discuss it with any detox Michigan facilities you are considering.

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Inpatient vs. Outpatient Detox Centers in MI

Most people choose to enter outpatient detox because it doesn’t require them to live at the facility during treatment. People who cannot miss work or neglect raising their children don’t have another option. They must be available outside of the detox facility.

However, many people can remove themselves from their daily lives, and inpatient treatment (which requires them to live full-time at the detox center) is a perfect way to eliminate distractions and focus completely on recovery. For those who have medical complications, inpatient medical treatment provides round-the-clock supervision form a hospital staff.

And, some people even opt for rapid drug detox Michigan, where they are placed in a coma while their body goes through withdrawal. This method is quite controversial.

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