The SHARE support group offers concerned family members and friends of those addicted to alcohol or drugs the chance to talk about their feelings...
West Bloomfield, MI 48322
Monday - Friday: 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Admissions by appointment only. No visitation permitted at this time.
Henry Ford Maplegrove Center is the premier addiction treatment facility in metro Detroit, offering residential rehabilitation, detoxification and the full scope of outpatient care, including virtual care options. For nearly 40 years, our experienced team has been using the latest evidence-based treatment and personalized programs to treat the whole person – body, mind and spirit. We help thousands of patients every year by providing the support, tools and knowledge they need for long-term recovery. Our experienced team of board-certified addiction specialists are ready to guide you every step of the way. Nestled in a peaceful wooded setting, our newly remodeled center offers private and semi-private room options, warm welcoming spaces, and a safe and stable environment to initiate recovery. Maplegrove Center accepts most major commercial health plans. Private pay options are also available. We do not currently accept Medicaid or Medicare for residential treatment.
Safe Care During COVID-19
Maplegrove Center has always adhered to the strictest levels of quality and safety. In response to the COVID crisis, we’ve enhanced our standards to ensure the safety of our patients and staff. We are accepting patients for residential care by appointment only, Monday through Friday. At this time, we are not able to accommodate walk-in requests. Call us at (248) 661-6100 to arrange for an admission or learn more how we are keeping you safe during COVID-19.
Henry Ford Maplegrove Center offers 24-hour residential inpatient care and outpatient services to patients in need of addiction treatment. Led by a team of addiction specialists, our patient-centered approach has been a cornerstone of Maplegrove since our doors opened in 1981. We treat the person, not the addiction, creating a personalized care plan that meets each patient’s unique needs. We treat the whole person – body, mind and spirit.
Our residential (overnight) and outpatient programs help patients and families recognize and navigate the challenges of addiction. Our holistic approach includes a careful review of beliefs, daily routines and personal vulnerabilities. During treatment, patients identify relapse risks, develop recovery skills and commit to a relapse prevention plan suited for their needs. A comprehensive patient evaluation that looks at medical, biological, psychological, past trauma, and social factors is the starting point for all care.
It’s common for patients with addiction to also have depression, anxiety or other mental health symptoms. Effective care requires a plan that addresses both addiction and related mental health conditions. Psychiatric consultations are available to address mental health conditions and review treatment options, which can include medications that are safe for patients in addiction recovery.
Mindfulness is an important part of our residential program. We offer activities like yoga, guided meditation and physical exercise, which promote a healthy connection between the mind and body. We also incorporate art therapy, games, music therapy, and wellness walks into the treatment day. Patients can also add integrative medicine therapies like acupuncture and massage to their treatment plan. We also have a dedicated therapy dog onsite.
Henry Ford Maplegrove Center offers a wide array of treatment options for adults and teens designed around a patient’s unique needs.
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