COMPONENTS: Our commitment to providing an excellent substance use disorder treatment program is seen in our pursuit and award of our formal State of Michigan License to provide Substance Abuse Treatment and Prevention Services.
Intervention Services is a process in which families and loved ones learn how to intervene on the progression of the disease of addiction. The benefits of the Intervention Service include the provision of education regarding the physical, psychological and neurological nature of addiction that hold the addict and family hostage. Friends and family are taught to collectively approach their suffering loved one in a compassionate yet firm manner.
Medically Assisted Treatment is the use of medications in concert with counseling and behavioral therapies, which can be effective in the treatment of opioid use disorders and can help some individuals to sustain recovery. The medical component of our program is overseen by a physician who is a certified addictionologist.
Substance Use Disorder Intensive Outpatient Treatment Program is designed to address various addictions and dependencies in a format that allows the client to continue with their normal day-to-day lives in a manner that residential treatment programs do not. Our program will provide an intensive multiday per week experience that includes individual and group counseling as well as many educational and prevention oriented opportunities.
SPECIFIC TRAINING REQUIREMENTS: The director of the substance abuse program is Phil LaCourse, M.A., L.L.P., C.A.A.D.C., C.C.S.R. Mr. LaCourse brings forty-one years of clinical experience in the field of mental health and substance use disorder treatment, and has previously held the position of Chief Administrator for the Oakland County Health Department, Office of Substance Abuse Treatment for twelve years. Additional staff working under Mr. LaCourse will hold masters’ degrees and be appropriately licensed in the State of Michigan.