Residential Addiction Treatment
High-intensity care for substance-use disorder.
Residential (inpatient) treatment involves structured, supportive care for addiction (substance-use disorder) while you stay in our comfortable residential facility. Our addiction team provides this level of care exclusively at Henry Ford Maplegrove Center in West Bloomfield.
Who is a good candidate for residential addiction treatment?
In addition, we may recommend inpatient addiction treatment if you:
- Are unable to stop using addictive substances on your own
- Currently use high amounts of addictive substances and may require medical supervision to detox safely
- Don’t have a support system or home environment that can help your recovery
- Have additional medical conditions that need to be monitored, such as high blood pressure
- Are currently being treated for additional behavioral health disorders, such as depression
We offer residential care to adult patients only. Teens with substance-use disorders take part in our outpatient treatment programs. Learn more about addiction care for teens.
If you have serious untreated medical conditions, or if you’re having suicidal thoughts, you’ll be referred to your nearest Henry Ford hospital for immediate care and stabilization before being admitted to Henry Ford Maplegrove Center.
What to expect from residential (inpatient) treatment
The process starts with a thorough assessment, which includes both a physical exam and a psychosocial exam. Next, you and your loved ones will work with our addiction team to create a personalized treatment plan. The length of your stay will depend on your particular treatment plan and can vary from a few days to a couple of weeks.
During your stay, your care may include medically supervised detoxification and medication-assisted treatment, depending on your diagnosis. We offer individual, family, and group therapy as necessary for you and your loved ones. Our doctors are on call 24 hours a day, seven days a week to handle any emergencies that may arise in your care.
After treatment, we encourage you and your loved ones to take advantage of various education and support resources offered by our team and by 12-step programs in the community.