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.

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.

Woman's Hope Relapse Prevention


Women experience overall life, mental health and substance misuse concerns in ways that are unique to them. For women looking for a successful journey, a woman only intervention program may be the best option for the journey. Mindfulness-based relapse prevention is a Cognitive Behavior Therapy that uses trauma informed tools to manage automatic and unhelpful reactions to triggers. Our goal is to provide women a safe, supportive environment in which to heal on their journey.

Program Goal

The goal of the program is to assist women in successfully completing court requirements by completing quality of life goals.

Program Services

  • Mindfulness-Based Relapse Prevention 10 Week Group (or individually on a case-by-case basis)
  • Case Management / individual sessions
  • Bus tickets and transportation
  • Milestone Celebrations
  • Specific Assistance
  • Childcare

  • Eligibility Criteria

  • Women that may benefit from trauma informed care may be referred from Mental Health Court, Drug Court, may have exposure to or experienced domestic violence or may be in need of anger management interventions.
  • Women referred by other community correction partners.
  • Women without a history of a Substance Use Diagnosis that may benefit from Trauma Informed Care
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    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

      If it is after business hours, and you need to reach your Case Manager, please call BFDI’s “After Hours” phone number at (313) 330-2849.
    • In School Collaborative Partners

      Brenda Scott Academy
      Ecorse High School
      George Washington Carver
      Grandport Elementary Academy
      Hope Academy
      New Paradigm - University Yes Academy
      Osborn High School
      Ralph J. Bunche Academy
      Ronald Brown Academy
      Schulze Academy for Technology and Arts
      University Prep Art & Design: Middle High School
      University Prep Art and Design: Elementary School

    Business Hours

    Our hours of operation:
    24/7 Availability

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

    On Call Mobile Health Team : 1-844-SEE-HOPE

    BFDI Hope is Here App