Psychiatric Services

Great Lakes Recovery Centers works with hospitals, medical centers, health organizations, schools and law enforcement agencies all over Michigan’s Upper Peninsula community to provide Psychiatric Services.

GLRC's Psychiatric Services are by referral only. Contact the Access Center for more information: (906) 228-9696

Medication Assisted Treatment

Medication assisted treatment (MAT), combined with counseling, has been shown to be effective in the treatment of opioid disorders. GLRC’s Medication Assisted Treatment clinic provides medication that can help control cravings and the chemical impacts of substances.

Buprenorphine-based medications are now considered best-practice for treating individuals with opioid dependence. GLRC believes that when combined with comprehensive evidence based therapies, a continuum of supportive auxiliary services and stringent operational controls, medication assisted treatment can be an effective pathway to abstinence, reducing the negative impact of opioid abuse for individuals and the community at large.

The target population for this treatment program includes those adult clients dealing with moderate to severe Opioid and/or Alcohol Use Disorder. Clients will be thoroughly screened to assess risk and appropriateness for compliance with all program rules and guidelines. Only those patients who can fully comply with the established program components will be accepted for treatment.


GLRC clinicians are able to refer an open, active client for MAT services by completing a MAT referral form. The clinician making the referral sends the form to the access center to start the official screening process.

Alternatively a future MAT client can call the access center to get a referral to one of our many outpatient clinics. From there the client will meet with a clinician, begin treatment, and from there is potentially eligible to be referred to the MAT clinic.


The intake is completed by the MAT nurse/case manager before the client is able to meet with the physician. The nurse/case manager provides a MAT program orientation and reviews the MAT treatment agreement before having the client sign. The nurse/case manager provides an information sheet on what to expect when receiving MAT services to the client. The nurse/case manager then completes the GLRC MAT medical history and PE form with the client in a structured interview.

The nurse/case manager answers any questions about the process that the client may have. A drug of abuse urine screening (12 panel) is completed to be utilized as a baseline. The client then sees the physician who reviews the intake documentation, medical history form and drug screening results before prescribing medications as indicated. The physician gives the client the GLRC MAT protocol for follow up appointments form and determines the client’s next appointment frequency.

Locations Available

Medication Assisted Treatment is offered in the following locations:

Marquette Outpatient
1009 W Ridge St Suite C
Marquette, MI 49855
(906) 228-6545

Negaunee Integrated Care Clinic
100 Malton Rd, Suite 7 & 8
Negaunee, MI 49866
(906) 485-2347

Iron Mountain Outpatient
1115 S Hemlock St #1
Iron Mountain, MI 49801
(906) 774-2561

Other Services

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.

The following services are by referral only:

Crisis Mental Health Screening

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.


Sexual Addiction Services

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.

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