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Drug & Alcohol Rehab Near Silver Lake, Michigan

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Treatment Centers near Silver Lake, MI

West Michigan Community Mental
105 Lincoln Street Hart, MI 49420
- 6 Miles Away
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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

House of Commons

Plenty of food and candy, able to talk on phone, counselors help with setup for getting out, small facility Counselors don't spend any time with family and not even a daily visit with patient, patients rarely get to go outside, no literature available to read They'll only let you stay 60 days if you have medicaid, 90 days are reserved for prison exits... seems dumb since most withdrawals take 60 days and they have no detox program.

- Kncb
4 out of 5
Mason, MI

The Elizabeth Upjohn Community Healing Center

numerous recovery tools. group meetings are awesome. we are all there for the same purpose. to learn how to prevent relapse.

- Anonymous
5 out of 5
Kalamazoo, MI