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Drug & Alcohol Rehab Near Pellston, Michigan

If you’re looking to help yourself or someone you love struggling with substance abuse issues in Pellston, MI, houses large online database of inpatient clinics, as well as a wealth of other alternatives. We can assist you in finding substance abuse treatment facilities for a variety of addictions. Search for a highly-rated rehab facility in Pellston now, and launch on the road to a sober life.

Treatment Centers near Pellston, MI

Harbor Hall Residential & Main Office
704 Emmet Street Petoskey, MI 49770
- 14 Miles Away
Bear River Health Outreach
8486 M-119 Harbor Springs, MI 49740
- 11 Miles Away
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Latest Reviews of Rehabs in Michigan

Mid-Michigan Recovery Services Glass House

Close to home, female only. In need of many things such as exercise activities, healing, one on one counseling etc. They teach you just how to live a normal daily routine while attending only one AA meeting a day, and if your lucky one NA meeting a month.

- Aimee
3.7 out of 5
Lansing, MI

Great Lakes Rehabilitation Center

My son agreed to go to Best Drug Rehab after this last time he overdosed on heroin. He had overdosed once before but refused to go to treatment at the time. This time we found him passed out in the bathroom of our home during his little sister’s birthday party. It was a nightmare to say the least. I’m not sure what made he finally agree to go to treatment, whether he was just scared he was going to die if he kept it up or realizing that he was killing the people around him just as surely as he was killing himself. My husband and I had been researching treatment centers since we realized that our son was using heroin. We had talked to the intake counselors before but couldn’t really do much without our son’s agreement to go. It looked like such a great place and every time I spoke to someone on the phone they were extremely helpful in giving me advice on how to get my son to realize he needed help. As soon as he was checked out of the hospital he flew straight to BDR. The intake counselor had given us a list of what to put in his suitcase so we didn’t to stop anywhere for him to pack and change his mind. When he got to Best Drug Rehab he was so severely underweight that it was hard to look at him. He had gotten a little better in the hospital but I was still worried about his overall health. One of the reasons we picked Best Drug Rehab was that they had a personal trainer that works there and meets with all the patients. I was assured that once my son finished detox and moved to the main building he would meet with the trainer and work out an exercise routine along with the right kind of diet so that he could gain his weight back while still remaining healthy. I’ve always believed that a healthy body helps you keep your mind in a good place and I really like that they work on everything at Best Drug Rehab. Mind, body and soul. Before my son went there and I watched all the videos of Best Drug Rehab and talked to the intake counselor, it made so much sense to me to not just work on the addiction but instead really work on every aspect of the patient’s life. Hearing the difference in my son’s voice as he called us throughout his program was amazing. He started to actually talk to his father and I and wasn’t calling for the sole purpose of asking for money. I really appreciate the different programs they have there and that all of them are done without giving my son different drugs. I’m finally able to talk to my son when he’s completely sober and I haven’t been able to do that since he was 17. We went to visit him a couple weeks ago and it’s unbelievable how much he’s changed for the better. He’s back up to the weight he’s supposed to be at and he looks fantastic. He’s smiling and good natured again and yet he’s told us what his plans are and how he is going to accomplish them. It’s incredible what this rehab has been able to do for my son. I’m so happy we were able to find such a great place for him to go.

- CB
5 out of 5
Manistee, MI

A Forever Recovery

Thank you to Forever Recovery I have been free from drugs for 5 years. I started using drugs around the 8th grade when I moved to a new school. I was a very shy person who was not very confident so it was easy for me to fall into the not so good crowd at my new school. At the time, I thought it was the easiest way to fit In. I began like most kids, smoking pot and drinking. By 10th grade, I was taking acid and doing cocaine and anything else that was going around the school at the time. I am from a small town outside of Philadelphia where drugs were very much an extracurricular activity. I came from a very solid ‘normal’ family with my parents together and was given a lot of love. They caught wind of my bad choices very early, from the first time in 8th grade when I got caught drinking so my life was no secret to them. I was often grounded and in trouble, this went on all through high school and when I tried to go away to college. My parents tried to keep a close eye on what I was doing but there was not much they could do when I was in another town. Summer before my sophomore year, I moved back home to make some extra money working for my uncle. During that time, I had been doing tons of cocaine and I was introduced to pills as they were all over my town. By the end of the summer, my addiction had spiraled out of control. I had yelling and crying fights with my family because they were trying to help and I did not want help. I was causing turmoil within my brothers and sisters and breaking my family’s hearts. After that summer, my parents sent me to my aunt to get away from drugs. I quickly found the next group of people to get high with. They did not know what to do with me. By this time, I was heavily into pills and had done heroin a few times. I went back home for my birthday while my parents had me on lock. The second night home, I snuck out, got high and overdosed at my friend’s house. When I came to, my mother was crying and screaming. I was completely cloudy but will never forget that moment. I had gone in and out of detox twice and a very short stint at a local rehab before finally being sent to Forever Recovery. It was far from easy and the first week all I wanted to do is leave, but I was blessed with a special support group at the detox center and things started looking up. The education, love, support and friendships at Forever hands down is what saved me. Full circle, I have found my passions, I go to schools in the area where I grew up and speak to the kids, share my story and hope that I can help anyone who is struggling with everything from fitting in at school to addiction to self love.

- FG
5 out of 5
Battle Creek, MI