Recovery is Real
Welcome to Great Lakes Recovery Centers (GLRC). We are a non-profit agency that provides a variety of Behavioral Health services across Michigan's Upper Peninsula. Our mission is to empower recovery through hope and change.

We currently operate 10 outpatient offices and four residential treatment facilities- women's and men's New Hope Houses in Sault Ste. Marie, Adolescent Services Center in Negaunee, and Adult Residential Services in Marquette. We are the only adolescent residential facility for Substance Use Disorder treatment in Michigan's Upper Peninsula.

Our dedicated team of professionals are here to guide you through the recovery process with a personalized, supportive approach. No two paths to recovery are the same. That’s why GLRC’s programs are carefully tailored to you. Call for a confidential conversation at (906) 228-9696 (or toll free at 855-906-4572). Many insurance plans accepted.

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Outpatient Locations

The availability of clinicians and services are different at each location, please call (906) 228-9696 or toll free at (855) 906-GLRC (4572) for services that work for you.

Testimonials
When I first came to GLRC, I was desperate. I begged the counselors not to teach me another method to recover, but to help me to PRACTICE the things I know; and that's what they did. The counselors here LIVE recovery, they are inspiring and the holistic (mind, body and soul) approach works well; learning, exercising, working and exploring spirituality distract me from my addiction and give me something positive to focus on.
Anonymous
I struggled depression and a lifelong addiction to alcohol. I've had my children taken from me; I'm a nurse and I lost my career, I lost my marriage, I've been incarcerated and spent time in various recovery settings.
Anonymous
I'm a recent graduate from ARS and I just want to express my gratitude. Things are going much better for me and one of the most amazing things is that my son wants to be around me again.
Comments from an Adult Residential Services Client
I'm 15 years old and I'm an addict. I've been sober for 73 days. I like it here (at GLRC). The staff is helpful and I've learned a lot about myself; about respecting myself, and learning to love myself. I've also learned how to find good friends that are good for me. I've learned to express myself through art during Art Therapy.
Comments from a 15-year old Youth Residential Services (Youth) client
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GLRC News

Upcoming MHFA Classes

What is Mental Health First Aid? – Mental Health First Aid is an 8-hour training course that teaches you how to help someone who has a mental health problem or is experiencing a mental health crisis. – MHFA is an evidence based program through SAMSHA. – MHFA helps you know how to identify, understand and […]

Employment Opportunity

Would you like to help us empower recovery through hope and change? GLRC is currently hiring a Food Services Coordinator. The ideal candidate should demonstrate basic knowledge and/or advanced training in planning weekly nutritious balanced menus; preparing meals for up to 16 clients; value purchasing; budgeting food costs; supervision of food service delivery systems; knowledge […]

“Written Off” Film Screening

Join us for another free community screening of the film “Written Off” on January 17th from 12-2 pm. Along with the film, we will provide people with take-away resources, local treatment information, and address the destructive stigma of addiction. Lunch will be provided. Please RSVP to ttankersley@greatlakesrecovery.org to ensure we have enough food. About the […]