Call 911 in case of overdose or other emergency.
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- Recovery takes more than just physical detox. In fact, some won’t experience physical withdrawal at all. Treatment and recovery require attention to all aspects of our lives: physical, mental, emotional, spiritual and social.
- Treatment can provide the tools needed to deal with the desire to use, help control cravings and begin to heal. Staying connected to treatment and/or a recovery community supports long term recovery and the restoration of a life to be proud of.
- If you are addicted, please reach out to treatment services on our Resources tab or by calling the Shiawassee Health and Wellness 24 hour crisis line at (989) 723-6791 or (800) 622-4514.
Recovery for individuals and families is a process of change that impacts all areas of life. Sustained recovery includes:
Overcoming or managing one’s disease(s) as well as living in a physically and emotionally healthy way.
A stable and safe place to live that supports recovery.
Meaningful daily activities, such as a job, school, volunteerism, family caretaking, or creative endeavors, and the independence, income and resources to participate in society.
Relationships and social networks that provide support, friendship, love, and hope.
LOCAL TREATMENT RESOURCES:
Bay Area Consultants 989-893-1165
Bay Psychological Associates 989-686-1990
-outpatient counseling, case management, recovery supports
BCB Consulting, PLLC 989-233-2725
DOT Caring Centers 989-790-3366
-Suboxone, resid-ential, outpatient counseling
Journey Counseling Center 989-778-2323
- outpatient counseling
Kairos Healthcare 844-452-4767
-residential (mens and women's with children), outpatient counseling
List Psychological Services 989-684-7977
-outpatient counseling, recovery supports
McLaren Bay Psychiatric Associates 989-922-4900
Recovery Pathways 989-928-3566
-Suboxone, outpatient counseling, case management, recovery supports
Sacred Heart Rehabilitation Center 989-894-2991
Sandra Murray 989-295-2733
Ten Sixteen Recovery Network 989-835-3466
-residential, outpatient counseling, recovery supports
Victory Clinical Services (Saginaw) 989-752-7867
-methadone, outpatient counseling, case management, recovery supports
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Narcan is a prescription drug that can bring a person out of an overdose. Kits are available to have on hand for first responders, users and their families. To learn more about Narcan distribution, contact Recovery Pathways at 989-928-3566.
The NARCAN Now mobile app gives access to training and safety information. It can be downloaded on the App Store or Google Play. For more information, visit www.narcannasalspray.com.
*Get emergency medical help right away after using/administering Narcan, even if the person wakes up.
Intravenous drug users have a high risk of contracting diseases like HIV and Hepatitis C, which in turn puts the rest of the community at risk. To learn more health services such as free and confidential HIV testing, contact the Shiawassee County Health Department at (989) 743-2358.
Memorial Healthcare Hospital provides over the counter Narcan kits for $40 (no insurance required). To learn more about Narcan distribution, contact Memorial Healthcare Hospital at 989-723-5211.
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SUBSTANCE ABUSE PREVENTION
The Shiawassee County Prevention Network strengthens and supports local anti-drug efforts. We work to establish and support programs and partnerships to address unique community conditions. Strategies include providing education, training, and technical assistance to assist and empower community residents, partners and key leaders to address substance use prevention issues.
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LAW ENFORCEMENT/SUPPLY REDUCTION
We can’t do this without the help of the community.
If you have information on heroin/opiate overdoses please call 911 immediately.
To give a tip on a dealer, contact the Shiawassee Area Narcotics Enforcement Team (MAGNET) at (989) 725-7254.
You can also call Crimestoppers at 1-800-422-JAIL (5245).
ll tips will remain confidential.
Together we can make a difference in reducing the impact these drugs have on our communities.