Great Lakes Recovery Centers works with hospitals, medical centers, health organizations, schools, and law enforcement agencies all over Michigan’s Upper Peninsula and the Midwest.
These services are by referral only. Click the links to the right for more information.
Call (906) 228-9696 to speak to a person about GLRC’s Detox Services. The result of a collaboration with local hospitals and the Superior Health Foundation, Great Lakes Recovery Centers offers facilities in both Marquette and Sault Ste. Marie for clients, experiencing “sub-acute detox”, to reside for a shortened time frame. Sub-acute detoxification refers to clients who are experiencing intoxication or withdrawal symptoms that are severe enough to cause impairment, but are not so severe that they require medical attention. Here they have access to shelter, supervision and support until their symptoms subside.
Great Lakes Recovery Centers works with local hospital emergency departments to provide screenings for patients who have been admitted to the ER and may be suffering from a mental health disorder. When ER personnel identify a patient who is exhibiting symptoms of a mental health disorder, they contact the on-call GLRC clinician who screens the patient while they are still in the ER. The GLRC clinician can then determine the level of mental health care that the patient needs. Call (906) 228-9696 for more information.
Call GLRC at (906) 228-9696 for more information about our Jail In-Reach Services. GLRC Staff works with in-mates of the local Jail facilities in the Marquette area (Marquette County Jail and the Magnum Farm Community Correctional Facility). For those individuals who request or are referred to substance abuse treatment services, we offer a number of evidence based practices on both a group and individual basis. Treatment often includes such practices as:
- Thinking Matters, a Cognitive Restructuring program that forces individuals to examine the core attitudes and beliefs that motivate their thinking patterns and dictate their behaviors.
- Moral Reconation Therapy, a systematic treatment strategy that seeks to decrease recidivism among juvenile and adult criminal offenders by increasing moral reasoning.
Call the GLRC Administrative Office at (906) 228-9696 for more information about Prison In-Reach Services conducted by GLRC. Great Lakes Recovery Centers has a presence in all eight of the state correctional facilities in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. GLRC staff work within the facility to provide substance abuse programming to the inmates. The programs consist primarily of 14 person group sessions, meeting 16 times during a span of 8 weeks.
For information about Offender Success programming at GLRC, call (906) 228-9696.
GLRC works with people coming out of prisons and their parole agents in the Upper Peninsula to procure basic needs. The purpose of the program is to create safer communities by connecting former prisoners with local agencies. When former prisoners receive this support, they commit fewer crimes.
Available Support Services Include:
- Employment and job training
- Substance abuse services
- Mental health services
- Medical services
- ID, Birth Certificate, and Drivers License Application
- Faith based assistance
- Other services as needed
Additionally, resource specialists conduct assessments and monthly workshops within the prison environment in order to establish a connection and make the transition as seamless as possible.
Call (906) 228-9696 for Sexual Addiction Services at the Ishpeming Outpatient office.
Great Lakes Recovery Centers, Inc. offers specialized sex addiction assessment and treatment for adolescents, adults and couples. We offer therapy on an individual, group, couple and family basis.
Between 12 and 15 million Americans suffer from symptoms of sex addiction and it is often accompanied by other addictions. Indications that you might have a sex addiction include:
- Using sex to numb negative feelings or achieve a fleeting high
- Hiding sexual behaviors from your spouse
- Feeling that you’ve lost control over your sexual behavior
- Failing to heed self-imposed limits on your sexual behavior
- Finding that your sexual behavior has caused you to lose a relationship, fail at your job, or spend less time with your friends and family
- Knowing that your sexual behaviors could lead to problems in your life if people knew about them
- Realizing that you can’t permanently quit harmful sexual behaviors
If you, or someone you love, is struggling with sex addiction, you are not alone. Treatment works! Call (906) 228-9696 for more information today.
GLRC provides a transitional program for sex offenders who are either paroled or have completed their prison sentence. The program includes a support group as well as assistance with obtaining housing and employment. Call (906) 228-9696 for more information.