Adolescent Services Center


104 Malton Rd.
Negaunee, MI 49866
(906) 228-4692
Fax (906) 228-2830

Adolescent Services Center

Treatment works. People recover.

When you, or somebody you love, is struggling with a substance use disorder, don’t wait. Get your questions answered now by calling (906) 228-9696 or toll free at (855) 906-GLRC(4572).

Upon your arrival at our Adolescent Services Center in the rustic and beautiful Upper Peninsula of Michigan, you will be greeted by one of our professionals and after a guided paperwork session, you’ll assure your teen that you will see them soon and be in constant contact. They will immediately start orientation to get settled in and break the ice with the other residents. Most often, another resident will take on an active role in helping your teen get acclimated.

Their stay begins with the development of an individualized treatment plan designed to fit their unique circumstances and involves the family when it comes time to make decisions about things like schooling and living situations. The goal is to set your teen up to achieve a successful, life-long recovery.

Residential treatment includes:

— Art Therapy
— Equine Therapy
— Music Therapy
— Recreational Therapy
— Individual, Family, and Group Therapy sessions
— Personal Expression
— Service Learning

We pride ourselves on providing our clients with a home-like experience during their stays, which include:

– keeping up with school in our year-round classroom
– social meal times
– strolls through our 10 acre wooded lot
– access to our library
– our enclosed courtyard
– semi-private room (with bathrooms)
– TV lounges, an outdoor basketball court, a greenhouse and more!

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Parents/guardians can call any time and encouraged to remain in constant contact with the counselors at GLRC. However, we tend to restrict direct contact with your teen for the first week while they get settled.

When the time comes for your teen to come home, we will celebrate their accomplishments as a group recognize their completion of the program with a medallion and finally bid them farewell and encourage them to follow up with their counselors, attend outpatient sessions and come back to share their stories of success with new residents.

Accepted funding sources include Michigan Medicaid, MI Child, Access to Recovery (ATR), Indian Health Services (IHS), Courts, State of Michigan DHS, Self-Pay, most Blue Cross plans, and other insurances.

Michigan PIHPs – Contact your Regional Entity for assistance

– Medicaid, MIChild, etc.

– Low-income families

– Uninsured families

State of Michigan DHHS – Contact your local DHHS office for assistance

GLRC is considered a Juvenile Justice placement

— Non-Secure building
— No restraining or seclusion

– Abuse/Neglect cases must file for exception prior to placement

Tribal Services – Contact your local Tribal Behavioral Health office for assistance

Access to Recovery (ATR)

Available to citizens of the collaborating tribes and citizens of other federally recognized, state-recognized, and Canadian tribes residing in the service area.
Non-Native family members and descendants are also eligible.

Indian Health Services (IHS)

-Available to federally recognized American Indian and Alaska Natives in the United States.
-Must utilize health insurance benefits (if available) first.

Blue Cross/Blue Shield and other insurance plans

Contact the GLRC Call Center to verify benefits and coverage – (906) 228-9696 or (855) 906-4572.

To help ensure the adolescent will qualify for services GLRC considers the following:

— The adolescent has been unsuccessful with their recovery efforts at the Outpatient level
— Their home environment is undermining their recovery efforts
— There’s evidence of doing harm to self/others due to continued use of substances
— Co-occurring mental health issues that interfere with recovery efforts

– Families can opt to pay out of pocket for services. They should contact the GLRC Call Center for more information – (906) 228-9696 or (855) 906-4572

– GLRC is also willing to contract with County Courts for payment of treatment services.

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