Treatment Services
GHS is committed to bringing effective substance use treatment to Genesee County. We offer research-proven treatment programs.

Types of Treatment Services Available

Sub Acute Detoxification:  Medically supervised care provided to manage the effects of withdrawal from alcohol and other drugs. The program typically lasts three to five days.

Residential:  Planned individual and/or group counseling provided as part of an intense, organized daily schedule including overnight accomodations.

Outpatient Services:  Scheduled counseling sessions provided in a walk-in clinical setting including assessments, individual, group, and family therapy for up to eight hours per week. 

Day Treatment
:  Outpatient services are provided five days per week for four hours or more.

Intensive Outpatient Services:  Services are three hours or more, at least three days per week.

Methadone Maintenance Therapy:  A synthetic narcotic medication, Methadone is strictly administered under the care of a physician to supplement treatment for addiction to heroin and other opiate medications.

Recovery Housing:  Safe, structured, drug- and alcohol-free housing with peer-led groups.

Jail Based Treatment:  Individual and group counseling is provided in the jail setting.

Specialty Services for Adolescents, Adults, Pregnant Women and Women with Families:  Adolescent outpatient and residential treatment services are available. Women and family services are provided by trained specialists and emphasizes primary medical care as part of treatment.

Co-Occurring Disorder Services:  Integrated services for individuals experiencing dual substance use and mental health disorders.

Check Yourself

You may have a problem with drugs or alcohol if:

  • You can't predict whether or not you will use drugs or get drunk.
  • You believe that in order to have fun you need to drink and/or use drugs.
  • You turn to alcohol and/or drugs after an argument, or to relieve bad feelings.
  • You drink more or use more drugs to get the same effect that you got with smaller amounts.
  • You drink and/or use drugs alone.
  • You remember how last night began, but not how it ended.
  • You have trouble at school or work because of you drinking or drug use.
  • You make promises to yourself or others that you'll stop getting drunk or using drugs.
  • You feel alone, scared, miserable, and depressed.

If you have experienced any of the above problems, take heart because help is available. Contact us at:

  • 810-257-3740
  • TTY 810-232-6310
  • Toll-Free 877-346-3648