Addiction Conditions

Caring for people who struggle with substance-use disorder

Addiction, also called substance-use disorder, is a complex medical problem. It’s a disease that causes changes in the brain over time.

Addiction is not simply a lack of willpower or an unwillingness to stop using a drug. Patients often need professional help in order to get better. Our addiction team provides specialized care for people who are struggling with these challenges.

For an addiction assessment appointment, contact us:
  • Southeast Michigan: (248) 661-6100 or complete this form
  • South Central Michigan: (800) 531-3728

We care for patients who use a variety of addictive substances, including:

Many of our patients use more than one substance. Addiction involving the use of multiple substances is called polysubstance-use disorder. Teens and younger adults are especially at risk for polysubstance-use disorder. This may be because young people who begin using addictive substances early are more likely to experiment with more substances and spend time with those who do.

Treatment Options

We offer specialized care plans to help you overcome your addition.

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If this is an emergency, call 911 or go to your nearest emergency department.

For your safety, please select a MyChart video visit on demand or call our MyCare Advice Line at 844-262-1949 before scheduling if:

  • You currently have a temperature greater than 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit
  • In the past 21 days, you have been diagnosed with COVID-19
  • In the past 14 days, you have had contact with anyone diagnosed with COVID-19
  • You are experiencing a new loss of taste and/or sense of smell
  • If you have experienced two or more of the following symptoms in the last 3 days:
    • fever
    • chills
    • drenching sweats
    • new cough
    • shortness of breath
    • body aches
    • headache
    • sore throat
    • runny nose or nasal congestion
    • nausea/vomiting/diarrhea

Henry Ford Health System is committed to ensuring our Deaf or hard-of-hearing patients and visitors have equal access to all services. We provide the appropriate auxiliary aids and services, including qualified sign language interpreters, TTYs and other assistive listening devices, at no cost. To request assistance, call 313-916-1896 or email CommunicationAccess@hfhs.org.

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