Great Lakes Recovery Centers provides access to help for anyone who needs it, including those with limited financial resources.
GLRC welcomes self-referrals, calls from concerned individuals and referrals from physicians, other professionals, community and human service agencies. GLRC's Access Center staff offer information about services and funding options in a warm, understanding and professional way. Contact today at (906) 228-9696.
Great Lakes Recovery Centers believes that a substance use disorder is a disease that impacts the individual, family members and the community and that there are multiple pathways to recovery. The treatment of this illness can best be addressed with an array of services provided by caring professionals and the involvement of support systems, a person’s family and their community.
Mental Health services are offered in a number of GLRC outpatient services 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, abuse, trauma (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder), attention, conduct and educational issues, sexual disorders and other issues.
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 procedures.
GLRC offers a variety of services specific to children and adolescents. This includes outpatient counseling, psychiatric services, residential treatment for teens with substance use disorder and trauma assessments.
Residential substance use treatment refers to a short-term (30 day) or long-term (more than 30 day) arrangement, where clients live in a therapeutic environment, alongside other clients, with 24-hour supervision and access to on-site clinicians. GLRC operates three residential treatment facilities for adults with substance use disorder.
The Adolescent Services Center is a 16-bed residential treatment facility for youth ages 12 – 17 with a substance use disorder and/or a co-occurring disorder. While in care, clients attend daily group sessions, participate in weekly individual therapy, attend school on site, take part in both indoor and outdoor recreational activities.