GLRC in the News

GLRC Receives Donation from the Veridea Group

The Veridea Group recently honored Great Lakes Recovery Centers (GLRC) as a recipient of its 2022 Christmas Fundraiser for Community Good. Veridea’s annual Christmas Party and Raffle, in which it […]

Local Health Care Professionals Offer Solutions for Seasonal Affective Disorder

Many experience seasonal affective disorder (SAD) at around this time of the year when sunshine is rarely seen.Hear from health care professionals including GLRC Nurse Practitioner Natalie Walker on solutions […]

Marquette County to Receive Opioid Settlement Funds

Marquette County will receive $1.9 million as part of a multi-state opioid settlement. Hear from GLRC CEO Greg Toutant as he describes how GLRC will be working closely with the […]

Spending Time Outside This Winter Could Improve Your Mental and Physical Health

In this TV6 article, GLRC Nurse Practitioner Natalie Walker speaks about the benefits of getting outside in the winter for mental and physical health. Read the full article here. 

GLRC talks Dry January and a Sober New Year

GLRC Outpatient Supervisor Rene Campbell spoke with TV6 on tips for starting the new year sober and the “Dry January” resolution that many have for 2023. Read the article here. 

Local Business Sells Merchandise Fundraising for Great Lakes Recovery Centers

After the unexpected loss of his lifelong friend after his battle with mental illness, Mike Pearson, owner of local business Brick + Mortar, developed a custom icon featuring the online […]

New Year’s Eve Celebrations Pose Challenge for those in Recovery

The holiday season can be challenging for those in recovery when it comes to large gatherings with alcohol. TV6’s article on strategies for staying sober at New Year celebrations features […]

The Great Lakes Recovery Centers Presents Songs for the Journey Concert

GLRC presents its first benefit concert with the Cedar Tree Institute when Grammy-nominated musician Mary Gauthier will perform with Jaimee Harris for Songs for the Journey on December 8 at […]

GLRC Sees Increase of Patients Reporting Fentanyl Addiction

Amy Rynn, Great Lakes Recovery Center Outpatient Director has been featured in a recent TV6 article describing the recent increase in outpatients reporting a fentanyl addiction over the past two […]

Highlighting the Importance of Post-Hospitalization Care

Great Lakes Recovery Centers CEO, Greg Toutant has been featured in this recent Flintside article about medical respite facilities in Michigan and the importance of post-hospitalization care for those living […]

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GLRC is a non-profit organization that specializes in providing treatment and prevention services.

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Submissions for West End Suicide Prevention's LIVE Art & Word Contest are open!High school students can submit their artwork to the contest today to help raise mental health awareness and for a chance to win the Grand Prize of $500 along with other placed prizes in each category. Visit for more STUDENTS - Submit your artwork to The LIVE Art & Word Contest. The contest is open to any high school student in Upper Michigan, including homeschool students and those studying virtually. This is the third year of the contest by Great Lakes Recovery Centers, Inc.Students may enter any form of original artwork, including, but not limited to: poetry, collage, song, photography, sculpture, graphic art, jewelry, quilting, dance, printmaking, mosaic, theater, paintingThe Grand Prize for this year’s contest is $500, with six additional cash prizes including 1st and 2nd place prizes in each of the following categories: Visual Art, Written Word, Song/Dance/Theater.Each entry must address the theme: Mental Health Awareness.Submit your art online by February 15th! Follow the link for details. ... See MoreSee Less
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