Acknowledging one’s own addiction and then committing to seeking treatment help are crucial but often-difficult decisions made in early recovery.
Click here to learn more about the treatment resources available both inside and outside Washtenaw County
For Friends and Family
It may seem counter-intuitive or even selfish, but finding a way forward from the chaos and pain of addiction for your family starts with getting help for yourself—regardless of whether your loved one seeks treatment for substance use.
You've already taken the most important step. You are looking for answers and resources. And you've come to the right place.
For Providers and Prescribers
Looking for resources to better serve your patients? Managing pain is a challenge. Click below for prescribing guidelines and other useful tool-kits made specifically for medical professionals.
Need more details? Contact the Opioid Project
We are here to help people get involved in ending the opioid epidemic.
Opioid addiction is a chronic disease, like heart disease or diabetes, that can be managed. A person with addiction can regain a healthy, productive life. In order to make this shift into long-term recovery, most people seek help. Below is additional information about treatment options and support programs in the local community.