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Referral Services

Referral Services and Education

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)

Education and treatment referral services for mental health conditions and substance use disorder.​

Screening Counsel Recovery

Screening, Counseling, and Recovery Groups

Washtenaw County Health Initiative

For Immediate Help. This is a hybrid hotline also used to support youth mental health. Calls are answered by licensed mental health and substance use professionals at Washtenaw County Community Mental Health, the county’s safety net provider, who can provide guidance on how to access services, give immediate screenings, and also give referrals to community-based providers. This hotline speeds up the process to seeking treatment, making it easier for youth or adults to access services when they’re ready to take that step.

  • Phone: 734-544-3050 for 24/7 substance use treatment support hotline.

The Corner Health Center

Provide Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) services and recovery groups, with a comprehensive approach for early identification and intervention regarding patterns of substance use that places health at risk. Also, specialize in mental health and physical health services for LGBTQ+ youth.​

Home of New Vision

Offers individual counseling for youth ages 14-17 to assist them in SUD recovery and developing healthy coping skills for long-term wellbeing.

Dawn Farm

Individual and family outpatient counseling services for youth.

Ozone House (Ann Arbor)

Provide Screening, Brief Intervention, Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) services, and recovery groups.

U of M Addiction Treatment Services

Specialize in working with adolescents, young adults and college students, including individuals with both mental health and substance use issues. Offer virtual appointments and specialized group therapy options.

Support for Parent Addict

Support if You Have a Loved One Experiencing Addiction

Al-Anon: Alateen Program

Resource for learning how your parent, guardian, or loved ones’ substance abuse can impact you and your mental health. Click below for the questionnaire to see if a family support group is right for you. 

More for Parents

More for Parents

AA online app

AA self-check for adults

Al-Anon: Alateen Program

Online resource for providing a support network for parents to realize how their behavior impacts their child’s mental health issue.


Steps to Approaching Conversations about Substance Abuse.

1 | Timing.

It doesn’t have to be a perfect time, but it should be a time and place that allows you to speak freely with privacy and minimal distractions, such as taking a walk.

4 | Encourage.

Understand that your loved one may need time or may not be able to accept what you’re saying in the moment, but it doesn’t mean your offer of support wasn’t helpful.

2 | Explain why you're concerned.

You can say something as simple as, “I’ve noticed you don’t seem like yourself lately” and offer one or two specific instances where you observed them behave out of character that caused concern. Then listen.

5 | Give it time.

Understand that your loved one may need time or may not be able to accept what you’re saying in the moment, but it doesn’t mean your offer of support wasn’t helpful.

3 | Validate.

Make it clear you’re listening without judgment and offer to explore options with them.

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