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Helping Hand
​MAT (Medication Assisted Treatment) Program:

Our Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) Program aims to provide a safe place to receive treatment for opioid and/or alcohol use disorder. Utilizing a combination of medication and counseling we are working to help individuals succeed in regaining control of their lives. To get confidential information on how we can help, please call us today. 


Understanding Medication Assisted Treatment:

The ultimate goal of MAT is full recovery, including the ability to live a self-directed life.  Addiction cannot be cured but can be managed. Most people cannot recover alone. MAT combines the use of medication and behavioral therapy to treat people who have a substance use disorder, such as opioids and/or alcohol, regain optimal functioning and healthy living.  Therapy can help work through the psychological aspects of dependence. Medication can help address the physical aspects in the brain and lessen cravings; providing the individual with a substance use disorder the chance to focus on their recovery.


For more information:

Vivitrol-medication to treat alcohol and/or opioid dependence

Suboxone-medication to treat opioid dependence

Sublocade- medication to treat opioid dependence​

Information on Opioid Health Homes
Opioid Health Home (
Treatment for detoxification and/or residential

For Macomb County residents with Medicaid/Healthy Michigan Plan or uninsured: 
Macomb County Community Mental Health Access Center

(586) 948-0222

Hope Not Handcuffs
(833) 202-HOPE (4673) 


Recovery group websites

Alcoholics Anonymous:

Narcotics Anonymous

Celebrate Recovery

Refuge Recovery

SMART Recovery

Live Rite Recovery Center:

Recovery United Community Center:

In The Rooms:

Dual Recovery Anonymous:


Support groups for friends & families


Al-Anon/Alateen Family Groups Al-Anon Family Groups

Families Against Narcotics (FAN):

The Addict’s Mom:
Adult Children of Alcoholics:

Emergency Crisis Resources

Macomb Crisis Line: (586) 307-9100 
Macomb County Access Center (mental health and Substance abuse): (586) 948-0222
National Suicide Prevention Hotline: 988 Lifeline (

Suicide Awareness-Crisis Text Line: text 741741

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration

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