If you are experiencing a medical emergency, Dial 911
Access to Treatment and Mental Health Services
If you need treatment for substance abuse or your mental health, contact the organizations listed below
|Macomb County Community Mental Health Access Center||(586) 948-0222|
|National Suicide Prevention Hotline||(800) 273-8255|
|Hope Not Handcuffs||(833) 202-4673|
|CARE of Southeastern Michigan Peer Recovery Program||(586) 541-2273|
|Macomb Family Services||(586) 226-3440|
Get trained on how to use Narcan/Naloxone to save the life of an overdose victim. Free training is available through the organizations listed below.
|CARE of Southeastern Michigan||(586) 541-2273|
|Clinton Counseling Center||(586) 307-9570|
|Families Against Narcotics (Narcan)||(586) 808-4999|
Support Groups for Individuals and Loved Ones
Learning about addiction is important, especially if you are a friend or family member of someone with substance abuse problems. You can get the support you need through these organizations.
|Narcotics Anonymous||(248) 543-7200|
|Alcoholics Anonymous||(877) 337-0611|
|Families Anonymous||(800) 736-9805|
|Families Against Narcotics (Meetings)||(586) 438-8500|
|Project Vox – Addiction 101||(586) 541-0033|
Federal, state and local funding has been provided through the Macomb County Community Mental Health Office of Substance Abuse and other funding sources to support project costs.
Recipients of substance use services have rights protected by state and federal law and promulgated rules.
For more information, contact:
CARE of Southeastern Michigan Recipient Rights Advisor
31900 Utica Road
Fraser, MI 48026,
Telephone: (586) 541-2273
State Recipient Rights Coordinator
P.O. Box 30664
Lansing, MI 48909