Recovery from alcohol and drug addiction is a lifelong journey that we support every step of the way. Services include advocacy, individual and family therapy, peer support, crisis intervention, and case management services. Pregnant and parenting women are a priority for admission to treatment services.
213 Hubbard St.
Allegan, MI 49010
P: (269) 673-1896
F: (269) 686-2011
Monday & Thursday
Tuesday & Wednesday:
1060 W. Norton Ave.
Muskegon, MI 49441
P: (231) 777-2222
F: (231) 777-2066
232 East 82nd St.
Newaygo, MI 49337
P: (231) 652-1780
F: (231) 652-1786bus route info
412 Century Lane
Holland, MI 49423
P: (616) 396-2301
F: (616) 396-8070bus route info
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Our Women’s Services help women and their families access support and treatment for substance use issues. These in-home services allow parents and children to learn together, while also removing barriers to recovery, such as transportation and other basic needs.
substance use assessments
We offer complete, low-cost substance use assessments that include ongoing treatment recommendations. In addition to drug and alcohol assessments, we offer driver’s license assessments and Alcohol Highway Safety Education.
Recovery Management Services offers long-term support for individuals who have struggled with addiction. Through a combination of individual therapy, peer support and case management services, individuals develop skills and create the pathway to recovery that is best for them. Pregnant and parenting women are considered a priority for admission to treatment.
recovery group counseling
We provide outpatient group services for those recovering from substance use. Groups include Intensive Outpatient Counseling (IOP), early recovery and relapse prevention, and more. Please contact us to learn more.
We assist inmates in Allegan, Kent, and Newaygo County Correctional Facilities who have mental health or substance use concerns. Through counseling, case management and peer support, our goal is to give inmates the resources they need to re-enter society and start over upon release.