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To be sure we are recommending the best facilities, our team of researchers developed five core metrics to determine the quality of each treatment center. These metrics cover key aspects such as cost, treatment approaches, and rehab services provided. For more information, read the full breakdown of our filtering process and ranking methodology.
The 5 best rehab facilities Lansing, MI are:
913 West Holmes Road, Suite 200
Lansing, MI 48910
Mid-Michigan Recovery Services is a men’s and women’s substance abuse rehabilitation center with 24-hour care located in the city of Lansing. The center offers individualized services tailored to each client. It features confidential therapies, such as moral recognition therapy, group-based therapy, individual therapy, and more. Their Safe Haven Recovery Program focuses on providing transitional services to those struggling with chronic addiction. 12 Step meetings and networking are a part of recovery. Stress and anger management, nutrition, parenting classes, and life skills training are also available. Recovery coaching services assist patients working to build a new life. Spiritual, mental, and physical health supports are offered to all patients as well as access to help locate housing and obtain financing to ensure a successful recovery.
What patients are saying:
One client’s five-star review wrote, “Today was my last session at Mid-Michigan Recovery Services. They have helped me regain my true self back. They have shown me that life without drugs is possible. I have experienced more joy in my life than I ever believed was possible.”
252 South Waverly Road
Lansing, MI 48917
Prevention & Training Services, Inc. (P.A.T.S) is an outpatient substance abuse treatment program located in Lansing, MI. The level of treatment offered to each patient is determined by an assessment conducted by certified behavioral and mental health specialists. An alcohol and substance abuse education weekend is available for adults who have committed criminal offenses related to alcohol or substance abuse, involving an intense 6-hour session that includes alcohol and drugged driving laws, the effects these substances have on the brain, and prevention strategies. Women’s specific outpatient treatment is available, providing support for women’s issues, such as domestic violence and sexual and emotional abuse, related to addictions. Prevention & Training Services, Inc. is licensed with the State of Michigan and is a member of the Michigan Association of Drug Court Professions.
What patients are saying:
According to one five-star review from a former patient, “I am very thankful to this organization … I was in such a deep place and although the answers can be found within me, I needed help seeing that path. The therapy at P.A.T.S has been paramount in my recovery and I don’t think I would have made it without their help.”
3960 Patient Care Drive, Suite 104-117
Lansing, MI 48911
PAR Rehab Services, an outpatient center, has been treating all ages since 1981, providing comprehensive psychological services. Set in the Greater Lansing area, counseling, psychiatry, neuropsychological, and psychological testing are offered to children, teens, and adults. The center offers individual, group, and family counseling with its substance abuse services. After intake and assessment, a unique plan is drawn up for each patient. PAR’s staff consists of clinical therapists, psychologists, and psychiatrists. Medication management help is available. In addition to substance abuse help, the center also helps clients with eating disorders, PTSD, and pain management.
What patients are saying:
One reviewer stated, “The people at PAR Rehab go above and beyond for their patents.” A previous patient commented, “The best thing about PAR Rehab is that they have very smart doctors. They know psychology and the doctors in particular, really know their pharmacology.”
217 North Sycamore Street
Lansing, MI 48933
The RISE Recovery Community serves clients 18 years of age and older. This community is conveniently located in the heart of downtown Lansing — close to bus routes and other educational and resource providers. This is a nonprofit community with a mission to provide prevention, awareness, and post-treatment services. RISE offers nine certified recovery homes for patients and veterans exiting treatment facilities, and these comfortable, nurturing establishments and daily member activities contribute to a holistic healing approach. Peer Support from those who have graduated from the RISE program, along with the trained staff, is available 24 hours a day. Guidance for obstacles, such as legal issues, education, employment, and health care, is provided.
What patients are saying:
One five-star review was written by a mother, saying, “My son attended RISE after being an active user for ten years. This was the program he needed. They taught him so many things here. I would recommend this program to anyone who wants the tools to be sober.”
1500 East Michigan Avenue
Lansing, MI 48912
Al-Anon Family Group is primarily an international alcoholism mutual support program in cities across the world for families or friends walking alongside a loved one going through addiction recovery. Family members can connect with others supporting an alcoholic spouse/partner, child, parent, sibling, grandchild, or friend. The One Day at a Time program’s basic principle is of connecting and anonymity. Meetings are confidential and personal information is never disclosed. Notice or written referral is not required for an individual to attend any of the walk-in meetings.
What members are saying:
One member reviewer stated, “I knew my son had a drinking problem even though he didn’t drink in front of me. My daughter‑in‑law suggested I go to Al‑Anon. I was nervous and afraid the day I walked into my first meeting. The warmth and kindness with which I was greeted made me realize that I had made a valuable decision.”
According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration (SAMHSA), there are 18 substance abuse treatment centers in the Lansing area. To determine which provide the highest quality of treatment and the most resources for recovery, we used the following five core metrics to evaluate each facility.
For more information, feel free to read a full breakdown of our filtering process and ranking methodology.
To determine your best options for a rehabilitation center, it is important to first learn about your health insurance coverage. Reach out to your private or healthcare marketplace insurance provider to find out which substance abuse treatment centers are available to you. Regardless of the type of coverage you have, both public and private insurance companies must cover substance abuse treatment for qualified individuals.
To learn more about addiction and the rehabilitation process in your state, read our guide to rehab in Michigan.
The tool below lists all of the treatment centers in the state of Michigan recognized by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). Enter your zip code and select the filter icon to find relevant treatment centers near you.
Substance abuse and addiction have high costs, often adversely affecting work performance, personal relationships, and your physical health. To help you determine if you may be addicted, the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs has an Alcohol Use Screening and a Substance Abuse Screening to help you find out.
Different programs and levels of addiction require different program lengths. Common rehab lengths are:
Pricing depends on the program, services, and amenities offered. Typically, outpatient programs are cheaper than inpatient, and live-in inpatient facilities are the most expensive. To learn more, read our guide on The Cost of Rehab.
Rehab is made up of four basic steps:
To learn more about the rehab process and each step, read our guide to The Addiction Rehabilitation Process.
One of the most important steps in the rehabilitation process is aftercare – the continuing support and accountability offered through counseling and 12-Step programs such as Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA).
To find an AA or NA meeting near you, use the directory below.
|24 Hour Hotline||Battle Creek||AA||(269) 964-7577||N/A|
|A.A. Of Greater Detroit||Ferndale||AA||(877) 337-0611;(248) 541-6565||N/A|
|A.A. Of Oakland County||Pontiac||AA||(248) 332-3521;(248) 332-6116||N/A|
|Area 34 District 1 Answering Service-Berrien & Cass County||Stevensville||AA||(800) 837-4247||N/A|
|Battle Creek Area NA||Battle Creek Area (Battle Creek, Hastings, Coldwater)||NA||(800) 230-4085||N/A|
|Bay County Unity Intergroup||Bay City||AA||(989) 894-1949||N/A|
|Big Rivers Area NA||Big Rivers Area (Spring Grove)||NA||(866) 579-7534||N/A|
|Blue Water Area NA||Blue Water Area (St Clair, Port Huron)||NA||(877) 338-1188||N/A|
|Capital Area NA||Capital Area||NA||(517) 371-8606||N/A|
|Central Detroit Area NA||Central Detroit Area||NA||N/A|
|Detroit & Wayne County Office||Detroit||AA||(313) 831-5550;(313) 831-2555||N/A|
|Detroit East Area NA||Detroit East Area||NA||(248) 543-7200||N/A|
|Detroit West Area NA||Detroit West Area||NA||N/A|
|Dist. 10 Answering Service||Owosso||AA||(989) 723-5711||N/A|
|Dist. 10 Intergroup||St. Charles||AA||(989) 723-5711||N/A|
|Dist. 16 Answering Service||Riverdale||AA||(800) 821-3014||N/A|
|Dist. 18 Answering Service||Marquette||AA||(800) 605-5043||N/A|
|Dist.12-Area 34 Answering Service||Gaylord||AA||(866) 336-9588||N/A|
|District 20 Midland County||Midland||AA||(989) 698-2975||N/A|
|District 26 Unity Council Answering Service||Houghton Lake||AA||(866) 227-0015||N/A|
|District 28 Unity Council Answering Service||Alpena||AA||(989) 354-2728||N/A|
|District 8 Livingston County Answering Service||Howell||AA||(800) 612-5096;(517) 540-9533||N/A|
|Flint Area NA||Flint Area||NA||N/A|
|Flint Area Unity Council 24||Flint||AA||(810) 234-0815||N/A|
|Grand Rapids Area NA||Grand Rapids Area||NA||(800) 230-4085||N/A|
|Greater Muskegon Area NA||Greater Muskegon Area||NA||N/A|
|Huron Valley Intergroup Inc.||Ypsilanti||AA||(734) 482-5700;(734) 482-0707||N/A|
|Jackson Area Answering Service||Jackson||AA||(517) 789-8883||N/A|
|Kalamazoo Area Intergroup||Portage||AA||(269) 382-5244;(269) 349-4410||N/A|
|Kent County Central Office||Grand Rapids||AA||(616) 913-9149||N/A|
|Lansing Central Office||Lansing||AA||(517) 377-1444||N/A|
|Livingston County Area NA||Livingston County Area||NA||(800) 230-4085||N/A|
|Macomb Area NA||Macomb Area (Warren, Roseville, Macomb, Sterling Hts)||NA||(248) 543-7200||N/A|
|Metro-Detroit Region NA||Metro-Detroit Region||NA||(877) 338-1188||N/A|
|Michigan Region NA||Michigan Region||NA||(800) 230-4085||N/A|
|Monroe Intergroup||Monroe||AA||(734) 240-4844||N/A|
|North East Wisconsin Area NA||North East Wisconsin Area (Escanaba)||NA||(866) 285-7830||N/A|
|Northwestern Michigan Area NA||Northwestern Michigan Area (Kalkaska, Grand Traverse, Leelanau, Benzie, Wexfor)||NA||(800) 230-4085||N/A|
|Northwoods Area NA||Northwoods Area (Sault St Marie, Gaylord, Alpena, Petoskey)||NA||(800) 230-4085||N/A|
|Oakland County Area NA||Oakland County Area||NA||(248) 543-7200||N/A|
|Saginaw Bay Area NA||Saginaw Bay Area||NA||(989) 698-2977||N/A|
|Saginaw Valley Answering Service||Saginaw||AA||(989) 776-1241||N/A|
|Sanilac County Hotline||Sandusky||AA||(810) 366-0324;(810) 366-0048||N/A|
|Southern Mid-Michigan Area NA||Southern Mid-Michigan Area||NA||N/A|
|Southwest Central Intergroup||Sturgis||AA||(616) 467-1107||N/A|
|Southwest Michigan Area NA||Southwest Michigan Area (Kalamazoo)||NA||(800) 230-4085||N/A|
|Thumb Area NA||Thumb Area (North Branch, Caro)||NA||(800) 230-4085||N/A|
|Traverse City AA Central Office (Area 34 District 11)||Traverse City||AA||(231) 946-8823||N/A|
|Tri-City Area NA||Tri-City Area||NA||N/A|
|Upper Peninsula Area NA||Upper Peninsula Area (Marquette, Munising, Escanaba, Iron Mountain, Gwinn, Manist)||NA||(866) 506-6557||N/A|
|Washtenaw Area NA||Washtenaw Area||NA||(734) 913-9839||N/A|
|West Shore Area NA||West Shore Area (Holland, Zeeland, Hudsonville)||NA||N/A|
|Western Wayne Area NA||Western Wayne Area (Wayne, Lincoln Park, Garden City)||NA||(877) 338-1188||N/A|
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