Treatment Centers in Michigan
One of the few things in the world that has the power to completely destroy a life is addiction. Drug and alcohol addiction can take your home, your family, and your life, if you do not seek treatment in time.
Fortunately, treatment centers can help. A few of the programs in a qualified treatment center are the Michigan 12 Step Programs. These programs give you the support that you need to conquer your addiction.
During treatment, you will participate in meetings like the Michigan NA Meetings. These meetings will give you the opportunity to share your story and listen to the stories of others. Call us now at 800-653-7143. We can help.
- Ann Arbor
- Auburn Hills
- Battle Creek
- Bay City
- Benton Harbor
- Big Rapids
- Bingham Farms
- Center Line
Is My Addiction Covered?
There is an excellent chance your addiction is covered. There are both single drug 12 Step Groups and category 12 Step Groups.
The main category 12 Step Programs are:
The main individual drug 12 Step Groups are:
- Alcoholics Anonymous
- Methamphetamine Anonymous
- Cocaine Anonymous
- Heroin Anonymous
- Marijuana Anonymous
These are just a few of the Anonymous 12 Step Groups. Many more exist.
Where Should I go for Help?
You should find a qualified addiction treatment center. Most addiction treatment facilities offer 12 Step Groups in Michigan. The 12 Step Group offers support and help when you need it as well as valuable real world advice.
Unfortunately, 12 Step Meetings like Michigan NA Meetings cannot end your addiction on their own. You need counseling and medical support to ensure success. You can find this at a full treatment center right alongside the 12 Step Program.
There are treatment centers in most small towns like Algonac and large cities like Detroit. To find the treatment center that best suits your needs and has 12 Step Groups in Michigan, call 800-653-7143. We can help.
Understanding the Different types of 12 Step Meetings in Michigan
There are two basic types of 12 Step Meetings in all 12 Step Programs including Michigan AA Meetings. These two types are:
- Open meetings, where anyone is welcome
- Closed meetings, where only members and newcomers are welcome
There are a variety of subtypes of meeting including sharing and speaker meetings.
12 Step Programs are a bit different from other community support groups. These community support groups are more focused on fault and addiction as a personal choice than addiction as a disease.
To find treatment, all you have to do is call 800-653-7143. We can help you locate a treatment center and 12 Step Group that is right for you.Submit a new center or provide corrections to an existing one ›