Great Lakes Recovery Centers (GLRC) has multiple outpatient clinics across the Upper Peninsula. Outpatient services are an opportunity for you to walk through the assessment process with a trained clinician to determine the treatment that is relevant for you. This may include any combination of individual and group therapy as well as referral to detox services or residential treatment.
For a comprehensive list of services available at GLRC, please visit the Clinical Services Page.
Call the Access Center to learn what services are available in your community: (906) 228-9696.
Substance Use Disorder services provide flexible, comprehensive treatment options for individuals struggling with SUD. These services include assessments, individual counseling services, links to community resources including Alcoholics and Narcotic Anonymous, Court and DMV assessments, and services specifically designed for women and families.
Mental Health services are offered in a number of our outpatient service locations. Clinicians are trained to recognize and personalize a treatment plan for adults, adolescents and children troubled by anxiety or depression, stress conflicts or relationship difficulties, trauma or abuse (PTSD), attention, conduct and educational issues, sexual disorders and addiction and other issues.
Adolescent Outpatient Services provide specialized outpatient services to children and adolescents for the treatment of mental health, addiction recovery therapy, and co-occurring disorders. Clinicians are specialized in the treatment of childhood trauma and hold specialty training and certification in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Intergenerational Trauma and Neuro-Developmental Trauma, as well as possessing Certified Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor designation.
To see which service is right for you and what is offered in each location, contact GLRC’s Access Center at (906) 228-9696.
Prospective clients will be referred to our program by our Access Center or a case manager.
Your case is reviewed and we talk with you to learn about your behavioral health history.
You are assigned to a GLRC program that best suits your needs and access to all services that you qualify for.
Call the GLRC Access Center at (906) 228-9696 for free, confidential information about Outpatient Services at GLRC.
A variety of group therapy sessions are held weekly at many GLRC Outpatient Services Locations. The groups provide a non-judgmental setting for individuals struggling with a substance use disorder. GLRC also facilitates AA and NA meetings at many of our outpatient offices.
Peer Recovery coaching is a peer-based addiction and dependency recovery support service. It is non-clinical and can be implemented concurrently with professional services. Peer interventions have been shown to improve engagement and retention of people seeking services and are effective in reducing incidents of return to use.
Peer recovery coaches are available to meet free of charge in public or at the peer recovery drop-in locations at various outpatient offices.
Women and Family Services provide specialized case management by a certified Women and Family Specialist to clients in Marquette and Chippewa Counties.
This case management program addresses housing, legal issues, financial, education, medical referrals and parenting skills. Funds are available to help with needed expenses including diapers and other essentials, as well as gas cards in some cases.
Great Lakes Recovery Centers provides readjustment counseling services and weekly support based out of the Negaunee Integrated Care Clinic and the Marquette Outpatient Services clinic for veterans in Marquette County.
GLRC also works closely with the VA to provide homeless veterans with a place to stay. Because homeless veterans suffer from substance use and mental health disorders at such a high rate, our program currently provides space for them in our residential service programs so that they get access to shelter as well as services that they might need.
Our hope is that in the future, we can provide veterans with a recovery residence where they can exercise greater freedom and self sufficiency, while still living in a more structured environment to help avoid relapses.
Medical programs are staffed by physicians and nurse practitioners who can provide medication assisted treatment along with treatment for health conditions, preventative care, education on health topics and minor office procedures.