Sustance Abuse Services

Assessments; parent education sessions; Alcohol Tobacco and other Drugs (ATOD) abuse individual, family, and group counseling; home management training; HIV/AIDS education; women’s specific services; crisis intervention; mental health referrals; prevention; case management; advocacy service; person and family centered treatment planning; home-based model.

Jail Plus Program

Overview

The Jail Based Program welcomes all individuals who are identified by the Drug and Mental Health Courts. We provide relapse prevention, group sessions and intensive case management services to court referred persons supported by Southeastern Michigan Community Alliance (SEMCA).

Program Goal

The goal of the program is to assist client in successfully completing the drug court and mental health treatment program, as evidenced by attainment of treatment goals and negative results on random alcohol/drug testing and successful termination from the Jail Base Program.

Program Services

Person served through the J-PLUS Program will receive comprehensive recovery oriented care. The services will include but are not limited to the following:
  • Relapse Prevention Drug and Mental Groups
  • Case Management Services:

  •    -Assessment
       -Service Plan Development
       -Linking
       -Coordinating
       -Referrals
       -Monitoring
       -Follow up
       -Transportation
       -Advocacy

  • Aftercare (post treatment discharge) linkages, monitoring and follow up referrals as needed
  • Referrals and Education on self-help programs
  • Recovery/Peer Support
  • Individual and group education on co-occurring disorders

    Court referred consumers will receive Saturday relapse prevention and mental health groups. Operation Get Down referred consumers will received Saturday relapse prevention group and other services listed. All services include a combination of educational, therapeutic and recovery management strategies delivered in a clinical setting.

    Eligibility Criteria

    Referred by the Wayne County Drug and Mental Health Court Judges, attorneys, staff, or Operation Get Down

    HOPE and Substance Use Disorder Outpatient & Intensive Outpatient Treatment


    Program Services

    Clinic and home-based substance abuse treatment provided through individual and group counseling services

    Eligibility Criteria

    Adults or adolescents, and their family members facing substance use disorders who live in Wayne County who have Medicaid insurance.

    Community-based treatment, to address the impact of co-occurring substance use and mental health symptoms.

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    Business Hours

    Our hours of operation:
    24/7 Availability

    Monday-Friday: 9am to 5pm
    Weekends: Community Meetings

    Our Offices

    • Administrative Office

      2995 E. Grand Blvd
      Detroit, MI 48202
      Phone: 313-758-0150
    • Samaritan Center

      5555 Conner Ave. Ste 1038
      Detroit, MI 48213
      Phone: 313-308-0255
    • In School Colaborative Partners

      Osborn High School
      Brenda Scott Academy
      Hope Academy
      Ralph J. Bunche Academy
      Ecorse High School
      Grandport Elementary Academy

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