Regional Provider Directory

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Provider Services

Available for the

Individuals We Serve

Information in this directory is subject

to change without notice.

Regional Provider

Directory

Para la traducción en Español, consulte al interior de la portada.

Our providers are ready to walk beside

you on your journey through recovery

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Table of Contents

Regional Provider Directory

Table of Contents

Access Alliance of Michigan ………..……….………..……. Pg. 1 Your Contact Information ……….... Pg. 2 Emergency Services and After-hours Access to Services ……….….…..… Pg. 3 About this Provider Directory ………..……..……….… Pg. 4 Community Mental Health Service Definitions ……….… Pg. 6 Substance Use Disorder Service Definitions ………..… Pg. 8 Community Mental Health Providers by Service .………..… Pg. 10 Primary Care Providers ……….………..……….…… Pg. 10 Post Stabilization Services ………...……….… Pg. 11 Inpatient Psychiatric Hospitals ……….……….…. Pg. 12 Specialized Residential Services ………...………..……….… Pg. 13 Community Living Support Services ………...………..………. Pg. 17 Peer Delivered or Operated Support Services ………...………...…...……… Pg. 18 Psychosocial Rehabilitation Services ………...……….…….. Pg. 19 Supported Employment Services ……..………....……….………. Pg. 19 Skill Building Services ………..……….………..………..….. Pg. 20 Substance Use Disorder Providers by Service ……….……… Pg. 21 Substance Use Disorder Prevention Services ………... Pg. 21 Sub-acute Detox Services …………...….… Pg. 22 Methadone/Other Medication Supported Services ……..…..………..……… Pg. 22 Substance Use Disorder Outpatient Services/Case Management/Peer

Recovery Services ………..………..… Pg. 23

Women’s Specialty Services ………...……….…..………. Pg. 25 Residential Treatment …….…….……….………..…..……. Pg. 26

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We are a member of the Access Alliance of Michigan, a family of community mental health and substance use disorder providers joined together to give you excellent, quality care. Access Alliance of Michigan (AAM) and Riverhaven Coordinating Agency (RCA) are divisions of the Bay-Arenac Behavioral Health Authority. AAM and RCA manage public mental health and substance use disorder services.

Bay-Arenac Behavioral Health Authority is the Pre-paid Inpatient Health Plan (PIHP) for persons with Medicaid.

The AAM also includes Huron Behavioral Health, the Montcalm Center for Behavioral Health, Shiawassee County Community Mental Health Authority, and Tuscola Behavioral Health Systems.

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Access Alliance of Michigan

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Your Contact Information

Your Contact Information

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Your Regional Customer Services

Access Alliance of Michigan

P.O. Box 882

Bay City, MI 48707-0882 (989) 497-1302 or toll free (888) 482-8269 TDD/TTY: (800) 891-2119

Your Community Mental Health Agencies

Bay-Arenac Behavioral Health Authority

201 Mulholland Bay City, MI 48708

(989) 892-2300 OR toll free (800) 327-4693

Non-English Languages Spoken: Spanish, Sign Language TDD/TTY: (989) 895-2295

Web: www.babha.org

Huron Behavioral Health

1108 S. Van Dyke Bad Axe, MI 48413

(989) 269-9293 OR toll free (800) 356-5568 TDD/TTY: (989) 269-8966

Web: www.huroncmh.org

Montcalm Center for Behavioral Health

611 N. State St. Stanton, MI 48888

(989) 831-7520 OR toll free (800) 377-0974 Non-English Languages Spoken: Spanish TDD/TTY: (989) 831-7540

Web: www.montcalmcenter.org

Shiawassee County Community Mental Health Authority

1555 Industrial Dr. P.O. Box 428

Owosso, MI 48867

(989) 723-6791 OR toll free (800) 622-4514 Non-English Languages Spoken: Spanish TDD/TTY: (989) 723-6791 OR (800) 622-4514 Web: www.shiacmh.org

Tuscola Behavioral Health Systems

323 N. State St. (Administrative Offices) 1332 Prospect Ave (Clinical Services) P.O. Box 239

Caro, MI 48723

(989) 673-6191 OR toll free (800) 462-6814 TDD/TTY: (989) 672-4780 or (866) 835-4186 Web: www.tbhsonline.com

Your Substance Use Disorder

Coordinating Agency

Riverhaven Coordinating Agency

201 Mulholland Bay City, MI 48708 (989) 497-1344 or toll free (800) 327-4693 Web: www.riverhaven-ca.org

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A “mental health emergency” is when…

 a person is experiencing a serious mental illness, or a developmental disability, or a child is experiencing a serious emotional disturbance and can reasonably be expected in the near future to harm him/herself or another, or because of his/her inability to meet his/her basic needs is at risk of harm,

 or the person’s judgment is so impaired that he or she is unable to understand the need for treatment, and that

 their condition is expected to result in harm to him/herself or another individual in the near future.

You have the right to receive emergency services at any time, 24-hours a day, seven days a week, including holidays, without prior authorization for payment of care.

An emergency service is a crisis intervention program with staff trained to help persons with an emergency mental health condition. In the event of an emergency, you have the right to use any emergency service provider or any other setting for care.

If you are in a life-threatening situation, you should call 911 right away, or you can go to your local hospital emergency room. We have

emergency services available for each of our counties.

Bay-Arenac Behavioral Health Authority

201 Mulholland Bay City, MI 48708 1-989-895-2300 1-800-327-4693 TTY: 1-989-895-2295

Huron Behavioral Health

1108 S. VanDyke Bad Axe, MI 48413 1-989-269-9293 1-800-356-5568 TTY: 1-989-269-8966

Montcalm Center for Behavioral Health

611 N. State St. Stanton, MI 48888 1-989-831-7520 1-800-377-0974 TTY: 1-989- 831-7540 Shiawassee County

Community Mental Health Authority

1555 Industrial Drive Owosso, MI 48867 1-989-723-0710 1-800-622-4514 TTY: 1-800-622-4514

Tuscola Behavioral Health Systems

1332 Prospect Ave (Clinical Services) Caro, MI 48723

1-989-673-6191 1-800-462-6814 TTY: 1-866-835-4186

Emergency Services

Emergency and After-Hours Access to

Services

If you have a mental health emergency, you should seek help right away. At any time

during the day or night call:

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About this Provider Directory

Why a Directory?

This directory has been created to help you make an informed decision in selecting a service

provider. You have probably already been working with your current provider to decide what services will work for you and suit your unique and specific needs. Then, you must locate a provider to make those services available to you.

A provider is any organization or licensed independent practitioner currently meeting the credentialing guidelines and under contract to deliver behavioral health services to the persons we serve.

It’s up to you to decide who you want to provide the services you need. You can choose the providers you and your service provider like and determine to be most suitable for you, or you can make your own informed choice. It’s up to you.

“What are behavioral

health services?”

“What types of

behavioral health

services are available —

a residential group

home, outpatient

mental health

treatment and more?”

“What behavioral health

services are located in

my community?”

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You have the freedom to know about and choose from any of the appropriate contracted service providers in our region. These providers work beside you as you start making your own Person-Centered Plan which maps out how you will get better (recovery), leads you to have as much freedom and choice as possible, helps you find ways to become part of where you live and work, and helps you reach having the best life that you possibly can.

The directory is to help you find what you are looking for. It shows you all of our available behavioral health services, providers and where they are located. This directory answers the question, “If I need a service such as outpatient therapy, which ones are available and is there one near me?” So, you can look up what you need by the type of service needed and see where the services are located.

This directory also includes information about non-English languages and sign language spoken by our providers. Please note that this information is not meant to imply that staff are certified language interpreters. However, at no cost to you, an interpreter can be arranged on your behalf if necessary for you to access care. This directory includes information about many different types of service providers. It is

important to know that all primary care providers (pages 10-11) are accepting new patients. In addition, inpatient hospitalization services are available to all persons on a 24 hour per day/7 day per week basis. However, the availability of specific hospitals or other

specialty service providers (pages 10-26) will vary depending on individual provider capacity

and possibly the type of funding that is used for your services.

Many of the community mental health and substance use disorder services and providers are available to individuals of all ages (infancy through elderly).

This directory gives you options to help you be sure that you’ve made the best decision about your services based on what is best for you and available.

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If you have questions or want

assistance, please talk with your

service provider or contact Customer

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Primary Care Providers

Primary care providers are responsible for providing direct assessment, person-centered planning, intervention, periodic monitoring and evaluation to persons receiving mental health or developmental disability services. This includes outpatient therapists, physicians, case managers, supports coordinators, assertive community treatment and home based programs. Primary care providers are the most important

components of care as they also serve as the gatekeeper for access to the larger continuum of specialty mental health services and supports. The focus of treatment is to support each person’s one-of-a-kind needs in reaching his or her own recovery goals.

Inpatient Psychiatric Care

Inpatient Psychiatric Care may be used to treat persons who require care in a 24-hour medically structured and supervised facility. The Severity of Illness (SI)/Intensity of Service (IS) criteria for admission are based upon the assumption that the person is displaying signs and symptoms of a serious psychiatric

disorder, demonstrating functional

impairments and manifesting a level of clinical instability (risk) that either individually or collectively are of such severity that

treatment in an alternative setting would be unsafe or ineffective.

Post-Stabilization Services

These are services related to a recent emergency mental health condition that are provided after a person has been stabilized in order to maintain the stabilized condition or improve or resolve the person’s condition.

Specialized Residential Services

These are personal care services provided to a person living in a licensed Adult Foster Care Home, certified by the State to provide a

Specialized Residential Program. The residential services are individualized depending upon the needs and preferences of the person, but

typically include additional staffing resources for purposes of treating physical, psychiatric and/or behavioral conditions.

Community Living Support

Services

Community Living Supports (CLS) are supports used to increase personal self-sufficiency, facilitating personal achievement of goals of community inclusion and participation,

independence or productivity. The support staff may be provided in the person’s residence (i.e., licensed facility, own home, family home, apartment) or community settings.

Community Mental Health Service Definitions

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Psychosocial Rehabilitation

Services

Psychosocial rehabilitation services is a community-based program in which the

beneficiaries (also called clubhouse “members”), with staff assistance, are engaged in operating all aspects of the clubhouse, including food service, clerical, reception, janitorial and other member supports and services such as

employment, housing and education. In addition, members with staff assistance participate in the day-to-day decision-making and governance of the program and plan community projects and social activities to engage members in the community.

Through the activities of the ordered day, clubhouse decision-making opportunities and social activities, individual members achieve or regain the confidence and skills necessary to lead vocationally productive and socially satisfying lives.

Supported Employment Services

Supported Employment Services provide job development and initial and ongoing support services to assist persons in obtaining and maintaining paid employment that would be otherwise unachievable without such supports.

Support services are provided continuously as needed throughout the period of employment. Capacity to intervene to provide assistance to the individual and/or employer in episodic

occurrences of need is included in this service. Supported/integrated employment is provided in integrated work settings where the beneficiary works alongside people who do not have disabilities.

Skill Building Services

Skill-building assistance consists of activities that assist a person to increase his/her economic self-sufficiency and/or to engage in meaningful activities such as school, work and/or

volunteering. The services provide knowledge and specialized skill development and/or support. This includes but is not limited to: assistance with acquisition, retention, or improvement in self-help, socialization, adaptive skills and supports services. Services are aimed at preparing a person for paid or unpaid employment, but that are not job task-oriented. Activities included in these services are directed primarily at reaching habilitative goals, such as improving attention span and motor skills, not at teaching specific job skills.

Peer Delivered or Peer Operated

Support Services

Peer delivered or peer operated support services are programs that provide individuals with

opportunities to learn and share coping skills and strategies, move into more active assistance and away from passive patient roles and identities, and to build and/or enhance self-esteem and self-confidence. These services may be provided in many different settings, including the home or community.

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Substance Use Disorder

Outpatient Services

Outpatient Therapy may include one-on-one meetings with a clinician and the person seeking substance use disorder (SUD) treatment. Family members and other people close to this person may also be there if he/she chooses.

Group Therapy

Substance Use Disorder (SUD) group counseling is led by a therapist in a group setting of people dealing with many types of SUD issues. Group Therapy usually includes educational talks, helpful discussions, and other group activities.

Substance Use Disorder

Prevention Services

Prevention Programs are for people who do not yet require treatment for substance use disorders (SUD). Funded prevention services must be

provided in many different settings for both the general community and for those who may be at a high risk for developing a SUD.

Sub-acute Detox Services

Sub-acute Detox Service is medically supervised care provided in a substance use disorder residential setting to help a person stop using alcohol or drugs (withdrawal). As one goes through withdrawal, one usually feels physically sick. The detox services give a person a safe setting to manage these side effects.

Methadone/Other Medication

Supported Services

Methadone and various other medications may be used to help a person be successful in recovery. They may be used to assist in

detoxification and/or for continued medication maintenance. Medications are usually used once a person has tried other treatment and is not successful in staying in recovery.

Medications such as Methadone or Suboxone are used for opiate dependence. These medications are used with individuals that have developed serious addictions to opiates. They may be used for either detoxification (getting the drugs and/or alcohol totally out of a person's system in a short amount of time in a supervised inpatient setting) or maintenance (allowing a person to continue to take the drug over a longer period of time, while working with them to slowly get off of the

medication in an outpatient setting). These medications may have serious side effects and may be dangerous if not used according to doctor's orders. Methadone and Suboxone are usually only used once other options have been exhausted.

Methadone and/or Suboxone programs usually require an individual to travel on a daily basis to receive the medication, as well as other services

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such as: doctor visits, individual counseling sessions, group counseling sessions, urine drug screens. An individual that is thinking about entering into treatment with methadone or Suboxone must have reliable transportation and a serious commitment to their recovery.

Residential Treatment

Residential Treatment is a supervised live-in substance use disorder program. It includes several types of therapy: individual therapy, group instruction, and peer support all within this supportive environment. There are residential programs for men, women, and adolescents. Some specialized women’s residential programs allow children to live with them during treatment.

Case Management

The focus of case management services for people with substance use disorders is to help find, link, and use needed community resources. These resources improve one’s long-term

recovery. The community resources may include such things as housing, health care,

employment opportunities/trainings and other social services. Case management staff work alongside the person and the treatment team; together they support the one-of-a-kind needs to help a person reach his/her recovery goals.

Recovery Support Services

Recovery Support Services are most often services provided in the community outside the usual treatment agency. These services are intended to support long term recovery of a person with a substance use disorder whether that person is at the beginning, middle, or

maintenance stage of recovery. This may include

linking a person to community resources, assisting a person with basic needs (food, heat, clothing, etc.), providing support (talking with, listening to, and providing guidance) to this person, and acting as a positive role model.

Ancillary Services

Women’s Specialty Services

This is specific substance use disorder (SUD) treatment and other therapeutic interventions for women with SUD who are either pregnant or have dependent children. It helps with such issues as relationships, sexual and physical abuse, parenting and child care.

Women with children have many barriers to treatment. With Women’s Specialty services, those barriers are decreased. Women’s Specialty services include:

 referrals to primary medical care for women,  referrals for pediatric care for children,  child care for the children while the mother is

receiving services,

 transportation to and from treatment,  gender specific treatment,

 therapeutic interventions for children,  advocacy,

 case management services

Dual Diagnosis/

Co-occurring Treatment

Co-occurring disorder treatment are services provided to persons who have both substance use disorders and mental health issues. All contracted providers are trained and have skills to treat both issues at the same time for the best treatment success.

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Community Mental Health Services

Primary Care Providers

Bay-Arenac Behavioral Health

Authority Main line (989) 895-2300  Community Treatment Services:

916 Washington St.

Bay City, MI 48708 (989) 895-2340  Assertive Community Treatment (ACT):

1010 North Madison St.

Bay City, MI 48708 (989) 895-2200  Arenac Center

1000 West Cedar (M-61)

Standish, MI 48658 (989) 846-4573  William B. Cammin Clinic (Children’s,

Geriatrics, and Psychological Services):

1010 North Madison St.

Bay City, MI 48708 (989) 895-2240

Non-English Languages Spoken: Spanish, Sign Language

Crossroads Center for Recovery 1001 Mulholland Street

Bay City, MI 48708 (989) 391-9900 Huffman, Laura R., Ph.D.

4572 S. Hagadorn

East Lansing, MI 48823 (517) 337-9554 Huron County Health Dept.

1142 S. Van Dyke

Bad Axe, MI 48413 (989) 269-9721

Huron Behavioral Health

1108 S. Van Dyke (989) 269-9293 Bad Axe, MI 48413 (800) 356-5568 Johnson, Terrance, Ph.D.

802 W. King St., Suite P

Owosso, MI 48867 (989) 723-1120 Kukulis, Diane, ACSW, RPT-S

4798 Wenmar Dr.

Saginaw, MI 48604 (989) 790-2005 List Psychological Services

443 N. State St.

Caro, MI 48723 (989) 672-6160

Non-English Languages Spoken: Spanish

(Clinics also in Bay City)

MPA Group

1217 S. Euclid Ave.

Bay City, MI 48706 (989) 667-9661

Non-English Languages Spoken: German, Spanish, Italian, Russian

MBPA (McLaren Bay Psychiatric Associates) 690 S. Trumbull

Bay City, MI 48708 (989) 922-4900

Non-English Languages Spoken:

Spanish, Norwegian, German, French, Telugu, Sign Language, Hindi, Gujarati

Mid-Valley Interim Healthcare 5155 Hampton Place

Saginaw, MI 48604 (989) 791-5100 Montcalm Center for Behavioral Health 611 N. State St. (989) 831-7520 Stanton, MI 48888 (800) 377-0974

Non-English Languages Spoken:

Spanish

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Primary Care Providers

Nutrition for Wellness 2121 E. Stewart

Midland, MI 48640 (989) 600-6888 Professional Counseling Services

117 S. Port Crescent St. P.O. Box 142

Bad Axe, MI 48413 (989) 269-5180 Shiawassee County Community Mental Health Authority

1555 Industrial Dr.

Owosso, MI 48867 (989) 723-6791

Non-English Languages Spoken: Spanish

Syed, Jain, MD 714 S. Trumbull

Bay City, MI 48708 (989) 892-6333 Synergy Medical Education Alliance

1000 Houghton Ave.

Saginaw, MI 48602 (989) 583-6986 Taylor Life Center

123 S. Washington St.

Owosso, MI 48723 (989) 723-0330 Tuscola Behavioral Health Systems

323 N. State St.

Caro, MI 48723 (989) 673-6191

Bay-Arenac Behavioral Health Authority 201 Mulholland St.

Bay City, MI 48708 (989) 895-2300

Non-English Languages Spoken: Spanish, Sign Language

New Passages/Saginaw Meadows CRU 3353 Hospital Rd.

Saginaw, MI 48608 (989) 746-9633

Post Stabilization

Services

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Inpatient Psychiatric Hospitals

Inpatient Psychiatric Hospitals and Post Stabilization Services

Alpena Regional Medical Center 1501 W. Chisholm St.

Alpena, MI 49707 (989) 356-7242

Bay Regional Medical Center 1900 Columbus

Bay City, MI 48708 (989) 894-3911

Carson City Hospital 406 E. Elm St.

Carson City, MI 48811 (989) 584-3971 Center for Forensic Psychiatry

8303 Platt Rd.

Saline, MI 48176 (734) 429-2531 Forest View Psychiatric Hospital

1055 Medical Park Dr. SE

Grand Rapids, MI 49546 (800) 949-8439 Harbor Oaks Hospital

35031 23 Mile Rd. New Baltimore, MI 48047 (586) 725-5777 Havenwyck Hospital 1525 University Drive Auburn Hills, MI 48326 (248) 373-9200 HealthSource Saginaw 3340 Hospital Rd. Saginaw, MI 48603 (989) 790-7700 Hurley Medical Center

One Hurley Plaza

Flint, MI 48503 (810) 257-9000 Lapeer Regional Medical Center

1375 N. Main St. Lapeer, MI 48446 (800) 334-4673 Memorial Healthcare 826 W. King St. Owosso, MI 48867 (989) 723-8101

MidMichigan Regional Medical Center 4005 Orchard Dr.

Midland, MI 48640

(989) 839-3000

Pine Rest Christian Mental Health Services 300 68th St. SE

Grand Rapids, MI 49548 (800) 678-5500

Sparrow Hospital/St. Lawrence 1210 West Saginaw

Lansing, MI 48915 (517) 364-1000 St. Mary's Health Care

200 Jefferson Ave. SE

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Almont Home

Standish, MI (989) 846-9648 Alternative Services, Inc.

Livonia, MI (248) 471-4880 Arbela Home Millington, MI (989) 871-4850 Arlington Home Caro, MI (989) 672-4090

AuGres Care Center

AuGres, MI (989) 876-7811 Bangor Road Home

Bay City, MI (989) 684-8019

Bay House Home

Bay City, MI (989) 391-9000 Bay Human Services, Inc.

Standish, MI (989) 846-9631 Beechwood Home

Bay City, MI (989) 667-3682

Birchview Ranch Home

Pigeon, MI (989) 453-2280 Breezy Memories Home

Vestaburg, MI (989) 268-5690 Brookwood Home

Bay City, MI (989) 686-1999

Candlestick Home

Bay City, MI (989) 667-0829 Central State Community Services

Midland, MI (989) 631-6691 Charryet House Home

Millington, MI (989) 871-5090 Circle Drive Home

Fairgrove, MI (989) 693-6632 Consumer Services, Inc.

Mason, MI (517) 833-8100 Corlisa Jade Home

Edmore, MI (989) 427-3244 Country Meadows Home

Gowen, MI (616) 548-5238 Elm Home

Standish, MI (989) 846-9700 Field of Dreams Home

Millington, MI (989) 871-3282

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Specialized Residential Services

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Field of Dreams AFC Home

Lakeview, MI (989) 352-6780 Fisher Road Home

Bay City, MI (989) 684-1272 Fitzhugh Home

Bay City, MI (989) 894-0769 Genesis Home

(Huron Behavioral Health)

Ubly, MI (989) 658-8721 Georgetown Home

Auburn, MI (989) 662-7047 Greenville Acres Home

Greenville, MI (616) 754-5673

Grove Home

Standish, MI (989) 846-9709 Gun Club

(Tuscola Behavioral Health Systems)

Caro, MI (989) 672-1031

Harbor House Home

Bay City, MI (989) 391-9100 Hope Network Southeast

Pontiac, MI (248) 334-3454 Hopkins 20th Ave. Home

Sears, MI (231) 734-6846 Horizon Home

(Bay-Arenac Behavioral Health)

Essexville, MI (989) 316-2200 Hunt Home

Cass City, MI (989) 872-8746 Hurford Acres Home

(Huron Behavioral Health)

Ubly, MI (989) 658-8301 Independence Home Bay City, MI (989) 893-0856 Jackson Home Bay City, MI (989) 895-7068 Janet’s Villa Caro, MI (989) 673-7135 Jean Road Home

Bay City, MI (989) 684-3270 Jefferson Home

Bay City, MI (989) 895-3809

Jefferson North Home

Bay City, MI (989) 892-4361 Kasemeyer Home

Bay City, MI (989) 667-0470

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Kilchermann Home

Edmore, MI (989) 427-5245 Knight Road Home

Essexville, MI (989) 892-8600 Dennis Langley Home

Filion, MI (989) 874-5780 Kirk Langley Home

Port Austin, MI (989) 874-5780 Liberty Home

Bay City, MI (989) 892-4243 Liberty Living, Inc.

Bay City, MI (989) 892-0247 Litchfield House Home

Bay City, MI (989) 893-4910

Lucia House Home

Bay City, MI (989) 894-0769

Malkowski Home

Mayville, MI (989) 843-6517 Maple Ridge Home

(Tuscola Behavioral Health Systems)

Caro, MI (989) 672-8098 Martin Home

Lennon, MI (810) 621-4721

Mason Street Home

Bay City, MI (989) 894-0312

Matthews Home

Owosso, MI (989) 723-3554 McBride Quality Care Services

Mt. Pleasant, MI (989) 772-1261

Non-English Languages Spoken: Spanish

Meadow Brook Home

Fairgrove, MI (989) 693-6171 Meadows Home

Bay City, MI (989) 671-9354 Michigan Community Services, Inc.

Bay City, MI (989) 893-9001 Michigan Home Bay City, MI (989) 893-1332 Middleton Home Owosso, MI (989) 723-2871 Moncman Home Mayville, MI (989) 843-5524 Nadeau Home Coral, MI (231) 354-6564 Nebobish Home Essexville, MI (989) 892-0948 Northview Home Caro, MI (989) 672-2384 The Oaks Home

Caro, MI (989) 672-0127

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Specialized Residential Services

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Orchard Bay Home

Standish, MI (989) 846-4666 Parker Street Home

Essexville, MI (989) 894-5482 Premier Care Assisted Living Home

Bay City, MI (989) 295-7641 Pineland Home

(Tuscola Behavioral Health Systems)

Caro, MI (989) 672-2414 Red Hawk Residential Services

Mt. Pleasant, MI (989) 772-9235 Riverview Home

Cass City, MI (989) 872-1223 Rose Hill Center

Holly, MI (248) 634-5530 Rose Home

Auburn, MI (989) 662-4595

Secluded Pines Home

Sheridan, MI (989) 291-3963 Shady Acres Assisted Living Home

Bad Axe, MI (989) 269-7658 Simpson’s Home Sandusky, MI (810) 648-2398 Slade Home Cass City, MI (989) 872-1102 Stanton Home Stanton, MI (989) 831-4510 State Road Home

Morrice, MI (517) 625-4787 Todd's Place

Edmore, MI (989) 427-2844 Union Home

Bay City, MI (989) 671-2910 Valley Residential Services, Inc.

Standish, MI (989) 865-9997 Willow Home Pinconning, MI (989) 879-2022 Wilson Home Bay City, MI (989) 894-8592 Windmere Manor Bay City, MI (989) 894-2223

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Alternative Services, Inc.

Livonia, MI (248) 471-4880 Bay Human Services

Standish, MI (989) 846-9631

Non-English Languages Spoken:

Bulgarian, Russian, German, Filipino, Spanish

Blend Street SIP

Bay City, MI (989) 529-5869 Christian Home Services

Mt. Pleasant, MI (989) 772-1261 Consumer Services, Inc.

Mason, MI (517) 676-5405 Disability Network of Mid-Michigan

Midland, MI (989) 835-4041 Expert Care Management Services

Troy, MI (248) 205-7225 Faith

Flushing, MI (810) 659-4211 Fifth Street SIP

Bay City, MI (989) 893-9001 Fulton Residential Corp.

Caro, MI (989) 673-3969 Gladwin Industries Gladwin, MI (989) 426-6300 Gonzales, Maria Bad Axe, MI (989) 269-9293 Guardiantrac LLC Sturgis, MI (877) 659-4500 Helping Hands Grand Blanc, MI (810) 606-8400 Hopkins 3 Mile Evart, MI (231) 734-5936 Huntington SIP Essexville, MI (989) 893-9001 Huron Behavioral Health

Bad Axe, MI (989) 269-9293 Huron County Health Dept.

Bad Axe, MI (989) 269-9721 Lutheran Social Services

Midland, MI (989) 839-5993 Madison SIP

Bay City, MI (989) 894-0518 McBride Quality Care Services

Mt. Pleasant, MI (989) 772-1261

Non-English Languages Spoken: Spanish

Community Living Support Services

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MCSI North SIP

Bay City, MI (989) 671-8950 Midland Manor SIP

Bay City, MI (989) 893-9001 Mid Michigan Industries

Mt. Pleasant, MI (989) 831-8334 Moore Living Connections

Lansing, MI (517) 393-2103 New Passages Behavioral Services

Pontiac, MI (248) 338-7458 Resident Advancement Inc.

Fenton, MI (810) 750-0382

SIAP Program

Bay City, MI (989) 893-9001 Tuscola Behavioral Health Systems

Caro, MI (989) 673-6191 Westview SIP

Bay City, MI (989) 893-9001 Wilson, Stuart T., C.P.A.

Midland, MI (989) 832-5400 Whaley Support Services, Inc.

Bay City, MI (989) 893-5474 Community Living Support Services and Peer Delivered or Operated Support Services

Peer Support Services (PSS) or Peer Operated

Services (drop-in center)

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Bay-Arenac Behavioral Health Authority (PSS) 201 Mulholland

Bay City, MI 48708 (989) 895-2300

Non-English Languages Spoken: Spanish, Sign Language

Chores R Us (business) 315 14th Street, Suite B

Bay City, MI 48708 (989) 922-4888 Flashpoint Center, Inc.(PSS; drop-in center) 1299 Sand Beach Rd.

Bad Axe, MI 48413 (989) 269-1916 Montcalm Center for Behavioral Health (PSS) 611 N. State St.

Stanton, MI 48888 (989) 831-7520

Non-English Languages Spoken:

Spanish

New Directions Drop-in Center (drop-in center) 510 S. Washington

Owosso, MI 48867 (989) 725-1945

Shiawassee County Community Mental Health Authority (PSS)

1555 Industrial Dr.

Owosso, MI 48867 (989) 723-6791

Non-English Languages Spoken: Spanish

Standish Friends Society (PSS; drop-in center) 401 E. Beaver Rd.

Standish, MI 48658 (989) 846-0781 Opportunity Center (PSS)

(Touchstone Services, Inc.) 1301 N. Madison

Bay City, MI 48708 (989) 895-9080

Non-English Languages Spoken: Spanish, Sign Language

Tuscola Behavioral Health Systems (PSS) 1332 Prospect Ave

Caro, MI 48723 (989) 673-6191 Tuscola Peer Center (drop-in center)

146 W. Lincoln

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Heartland Clubhouse

(Montcalm Center for Behavioral Health) 611 N. State St. (989) 831-7520 Stanton, MI 48888 (800) 377-0974

Non-English Languages Spoken: Spanish

Opportunity Center

(Touchstone Services, Inc.) 1301 N. Madison

Bay City, MI 48708 (989) 895-9080

Non-English Languages Spoken: Spanish, Sign Language

Psychosocial Rehabilitation Services

Alternative Services

Livonia, MI (248) 471-4880 Arenac Opportunities, Inc.

Standish, MI (989) 846-4441 Do-All, Inc.

Bay City, MI (989) 894-2851

Non-English Languages Spoken: Sign Language

Goodwill Industries

Greenville, MI (888) 560-6008 Huron Behavioral Health

Bad Axe, MI (989) 269-9293 Mid Michigan Industries

Mt. Pleasant, MI (989) 831-8334 New Dimensions

Bay City, MI (989) 892-8883

Non-English Languages Spoken: Sign Language

Personal Independence Center (PIC) (Tuscola Behavioral Health Systems)

Caro, MI (989) 673-6191

Shiawassee County Community Mental Health Owosso, MI (989) 723-6791

Non-English Languages Spoken: Spanish

Thumb Industries, Inc.

Bad Axe, MI (989) 269-9229

Non-English Languages Spoken: Spanish

Opportunity Center

(Touchstone Services, Inc.)

Bay City, MI (989) 895-9080

Non-English Languages Spoken: Spanish, Sign Language

Supported Employment Services

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Arenac Opportunities, Inc.

Standish, MI (989) 846-4441 Arnold Center

Gladwin, MI (989) 426-6300 Midland, MI (989) 631-9570 Chores R Us, Inc.

Bay City, MI (989) 922-4888 Do-All, Inc.

Bay City, MI (989) 894-2851

Non-English Languages Spoken: Sign Language

Goodwill Industries

Greenville, MI (888) 560-6008 Human Development Commission

Caro, MI (989) 673-4121 Huron Behavioral Health

Bad Axe, MI (989) 269-9293 Mid Michigan Industries

Mt. Pleasant, MI (989) 831-8334 New Dimensions

Bay City, MI (989) 892-8883 Non-English Languages Spoken:

Sign Language

North Bay

(Bay-Arenac Behavioral Health Authority) Kawkawlin, MI (989) 684-2531

Non-English Languages Spoken: Spanish, Sign Language

Shiawassee County Community Mental Health Owosso, MI (989) 723-6791

Non-English Languages Spoken: Spanish

Opportunity Center

(Touchstone Services, Inc.)

Bay City, MI (989) 895-9080

Non-English Languages Spoken: Spanish, Sign Language

Personal Independence Center (PIC) (Tuscola Behavioral Health Systems) Caro, MI (800) 462-6814

(989) 673-6191 Thumb Industries, Inc.

Bad Axe, MI (989) 269-9229

Non-English Languages Spoken: Spanish

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Skill Building Services

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Bay Regional Medical Center - Neighborhood Resource Center 709 Ninth St.

Bay City, MI 48708 (989) 895-3510

Boys and Girls Club of Bay Co. 300 W. Lafayette

Bay City, MI 48706 (989) 892-6723

Catholic Charities of Shiawassee & Genesee Counties

120 W. Exchange St., Ste. 204

Owosso, MI 48867 (989) 723-8239

Huron County Health Dept. 1142 S. Van Dyke

Bad Axe, MI 48413 (989) 269-9721

Non-English Languages Spoken: Spanish, French

Life Guidance Services 129 E. Main St.

Stanton, MI 48888 (989) 831-4591 List Psychological Services

651 N. State St.

Caro, MI 48723 (989) 673-5700

Non-English Languages Spoken: Spanish

Neighborhood Resource Center 709 Ninth St.

Bay City, MI 48708 (989) 895-3510 Shiawassee County Circuit Court -

Family Division 110 E. Mack St.

Corunna, MI 48817 (989) 743-2372 Sacred Heart—Bay City Outpatient

1106 Washington

Bay City, MI 48708 (989) 894-2991

Non-English Languages Spoken: German, French, Spanish, Albanian

Sterling Area Health Center 725 E. State St.

P.O. Box 740

Sterling, MI 48659 (989) 654-3501

Substance Use Disorder Services

Substance Use Disorder Services (Prevention Services)

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1016 Treatment Center 2885 Health Parkway, Ste. 2

Mt. Pleasant, MI 48858 (989) 775-0604

Non-English Languages Spoken: Spanish, Arabic, French

DOT Caring Center Freeland Hotel 6840 Midland Rd.

Freeland, MI 48623 (989) 692-2160

Kairos Healthcare (Adolescent only) 3400 S. Washington (989) 755-1072 Saginaw, MI 48601

Sacred Heart Rehabilitation Ctr. 400 Stoddard Rd.

P.O. Box 41038

Memphis, MI 48041-1038 (810) 392-2167 The Recovery Center

810 W. Saginaw

Lansing, MI 48915 (517) 267-7623

Sub-acute Detox Services

ProAction Behavioral Health 822 Cherry St. SE

Grand Rapids, MI 49506 (616) 776-0891 Sacred Heart Rehabilitation Ctr./Clearview 1406 Eighth St.

Port Huron, MI 48060 (810) 987-1258 Victory Clinic

4902 S. Cedar

Lansing, MI 48910 (517) 394-7867 Victory Clinical Services IV

508 Shattuck Rd.

Saginaw, MI 48604 (989) 752-7867

Substance Use Disorder Services

(Detox Services and Methadone/Other Supported Services)

Methadone/Other Medication Supported

Services

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Substance Use Disorder Outpatient/

Case Management/Peer Recovery Services

Substance Use Disorder Services

(Outpatient Therapy, Case Management, and Peer Recovery Services)

Arenac County

Sterling Area Health Center 725 E. State St.

Sterling, MI 48659 (989) 654-3501

Bay County

Bay Psychological Associates 1420 Center Ave.

Bay City, MI 48708 (989) 686-1990 List Psychological Services

126 Washington Ave.

Bay City, MI 48708 (989) 684-7977

AND

3720 Wilder Rd., Unit B

Bay City, MI 48706 (989) 460-1000

Non-English Languages Spoken: Spanish

Sacred Heart — Bay City Outpatient 1106 Washington

Bay City, MI 48708 (989) 894-2991

Non-English Languages Spoken: German, French, Spanish, Albanian

Huron County

List Psychological Services 170 North Caseville Road

Pigeon, MI 487555 (989) 975-0651

Montcalm County

North Kent Guidance Services 106 S. Greenville West Dr.

Greenville, MI 48838 (616) 754-2364

Non-English Languages Spoken: Spanish

Shiawassee County

Catholic Charities of Shiawassee & Genesee Counties

120 W. Exchange St. Ste. 204 Owosso, MI 48867

(989) 723-8239 DOT Caring Center

510 S. Washington St., Ste. 204

Owosso, MI 48867 (989) 725-2229 Taylor Life Center

123 S. Washington

Owosso, MI 48867 (989) 723-0330

Tuscola County

List Psychological Services 651 N. State St.

Caro, MI 48723 (989) 673-5700

AND

467 N. State St.

Caro, MI 48723 (989) 673-5700 New Light Consultants

8361 Ellis Rd. Millington, MI 48746 (989) 871-9047

Additional Locations

1016 Treatment Center 220 N. Main, Ste. 202 Midland, MI 48640 (989) 631-0241

Non-English Languages Spoken: Spanish, Arabic, French

AND

2885 Health Parkway, Ste. 2

Mt. Pleasant, MI 48858 (989) 773-9655

Please note: Many of the providers above also offer Case Management and Peer Recovery Services. For current service offerings, please contact the providers.

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Additional Locations (continued)

ProAction/Outpatient Services 822 Cherry St., SE

Grand Rapids, MI 49506 (616) 776-0891

AND

ProAction/ Women’s Recovery Center 200 Eastern Ave., SE

Grand Rapids, MI 49503 (616) 776-0891 Kairos Healthcare Family Care Center 1321 S. Fayette

Saginaw, MI 48602 (989) 792-8000

AND

3400 S. Washington (989) 755-1072 Saginaw, MI 48601

DOT Caring Centers, Inc. 3190 Hallmark Ct.

Saginaw, MI 48603 (989) 790-3366

Please note: Many of the Providers above also offer Case Management and Peer Recovery Services. For current service offerings, please contact the providers.

Substance Use Disorder Services

(Outpatient Therapy, Case Management, and Peer Recovery Services)

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Outpatient WS Services

Catholic Charities of Shiawassee & Genesee Counties

120 W. Exchange Street, Ste. 204

Owosso, MI 48867 (989) 723-8239 List Psychological Services Bay County 126 Washington Ave.

Bay City, MI 48708 (989) 684-7977

AND

3720 Wilder Rd., Unit B

Bay City, MI 48706 (989) 460-1000

Non-English Languages Spoken: Spanish

List Psychological Services Tuscola County 651 N. State St.

Caro, MI 48723 (989) 673-5700

AND

467 N. State St.

Caro, MI 48723 (989) 673-5700 Sacred Heart — Bay City Outpatient

Bay City, MI 48708 (989) 894-2991

Non-English Languages Spoken: German, French, Spanish, Albanian

ProAction/ Women’s Recovery Center 200 Eastern Ave., SE

Grand Rapids, MI 49503 (616) 776-0891

Residential WS Services

ProAction/ Women’s Recovery Center 200 Eastern Ave., SE Grand Rapids, MI 49503 (616) 776-0891 Clearview 1406 8th St. Port Huron, MI 48060 (810) 987-1258 Kairos Healthcare 3400 S. Washington (989) 755-1072 Saginaw, MI 48601 Our Hope 324 Lyon NE Grand Rapids, MI 49503 (616) 451-2039

Women’s Specialty Services (W/S)

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Residential Treatment

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1016 Treatment Center 1016 Eastman Ave.

Midland, MI 48640 (989) 835-3466

Non-English Languages Spoken: Spanish, Arabic, French

Clearview 1406 8th St.

Port Huron, MI 48060 (810) 987-1258 DOT Caring Center

Freeland Hotel 6840 Midland Rd. Freeland, MI 48623 (989) 692-2160 House of Commons 630 1/2 N. Cedar Mason, MI 48854 (517) 244-0393 Kairos Healthcare 1321 S. Fayette Saginaw, MI 48602 (989) 792-8000 AND 3400 S. Washington (989) 755-1072 Saginaw, MI 48601

Our Hope Association 324 Lyon NE

Grand Rapids, MI 49503 (616) 451-2039

Non-English Languages Spoken: Spanish, Odawa

Pine Rest 523 Lyon St. SE

Grand Rapids, MI 49503 (616) 281-0061 Proaction Men’s and Women’s Recovery Center

200 and 220 Eastern Ave. SE

Grand Rapids, MI 49503 (616) 776-0891 Sacred Heart Rehabilitation Ctr.

400 Stoddard Rd. P.O. Box 41038

Memphis, MI 48041 (810) 392-2167 Turning Point Recovery Centers

6727 Sherman Drive

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201 Mulholland Bay City, MI 48708

1-888-482-8269 Fax: 989-497-1320 www.access-alliance-mi.org

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October, 2012

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