Top 5 Drug Rehab Centers Near Mason, Michigan

Mason, Michigan is a small town about 8 miles south of Lansing. Mason is named after Michigan’s first governor, Stevens T. Mason. With about 8,500 residents, Mason has limited options for addiction treatment.

Rehab Centers In Mason, Michigan

Mason has one drug and alcohol rehab center within city limits: House of Commons.

House Of Commons Community Mental Health CEI, Mason, Michigan

The Community Mental Health Authority of Clinton Eaton & Ingham Counties (CEI) operates drug and alcohol treatment programs throughout the three counties. The House of Commons is a 40-bed residential drug and alcohol treatment program for men who refer themselves, located on Curtis Street in Mason. Fees are based on the ability to pay.

Rehab Centers Near Mason, Michigan

Mason is located approximately 8 miles south of Lansing on Highway 127. The state capital has over 15 drug and alcohol treatment programs within city limits.

Mid-Michigan Recovery Services Holden House, Lansing, Michigan

Holden House operates intensive and regular outpatient programs for substance use disorders. The organization offers residential treatment for drug and alcohol use for men and women including Holden House, located on South Pennsylvania Ave., and Glass House, located on North Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd in Lansing.

Mid-Michigan Recovery Services accepts insurance and self-pay and offers assistance for people seeking recovery who lack the ability to afford treatment.

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WAI-IAM, Inc. & Rise Recovery Community, Lansing, Michigan

The RISE Recovery Community offers structured supportive housing for individuals with drug and/or alcohol use disorders. The organization offers a 5-phase program, including transitional housing, for participants who are seeking to recover from substance use disorders and transition back into society while maintaining recovery.

Holy Cross Services Patricia Evelyn Bertsch Residential/Detox Behavioral Health, Lansing, Michigan

Holy Cross Services operates a center for women’s recovery from drug and alcohol use disorders on Old Lansing Road in Lansing. The program offers detox and residential treatment for women age 18 and over. Holy Cross Services also offers programs for teens and men, including outpatient services and counseling.

Henry Ford Allegiance Addiction Recovery Center, Jackson, Michigan

Henry Ford Allegiance Medical Center’s residential detox and recovery program is located on West Washington Ave. in Jackson, Michigan. The program offers short-term and long-term residential treatment, intensive outpatient and partial hospitalization programs, and medically supervised detox services.

Substance Abuse In Mason & Ingham County

Ingham County includes Mason and Lansing along with other communities. According to the Lansing City Pulse, county first responders used naloxone to reverse 281 overdoses in 2017.

Drug overdose deaths became the leading cause of accidental death in Ingham County in 2017, according to an Ingham County Health Officer. More than 100 people died from opioid overdoses in 2018 in Ingham County, according to Sparrow Hospital reports:

  • An average of 6 to 7 people a month died of opioid overdoses in Ingham County in 2017 and 2018.
  • Fentanyl caused 50% of the county’s overdose deaths, and heroin caused about 25%.

How To Find Addiction Treatment

Mason residents have access to one residential substance use disorder treatment facility within city limits. They can access additional treatment facilities in Lansing and Jackson. Residents may need to travel outside central Michigan for treatment for special needs.

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