Samaritas provides Substance Use Disorder Services to those who struggle with the impact of drugs and alcohol. Our SUD treatment model includes: individual and group counseling, medication assisted treatment, case management and recovery coaching for adolescents and adults. We are, now more than ever, committed to combating this public health crisis.

Programs & Services

Address

128 S. Cochran Ave
Charlotte, MI 48813

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Motivational Interviewing and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy are core evidenced-based practices, providing our clients with the skills they need to live their best life.

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SUD Outreach offers an in-home model designed to help treat individuals where they live, where they experience triggers, and where they need to be sober.

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Research shows a strong correlation between trauma and substance use. Therefore, understanding and treating trauma is paramount for many of our clients.

Case Management

Case Management

Case Managers provide clients with the support and tools they'll to begin rebuilding the most basic areas of their lives.
Case Management
MAT

MAT

Medication Assisted Treatment - A combination of medication and intensive counseling that provides a “whole-patient” approach to treating substance use disorders.
MAT
Recovery Coach

Recovery Coach

Assists someone work through similar triggers, sharing support, offering hope, helping individuals manage daily stressors, and filling free time with life generating sober activities.
Recovery Coach
Group Therapy

Group Therapy

Group Therapy allows a person to relate to others (and oneself) in a healthy way, practice giving and receiving support, and helps people to realize they aren’t alone.
Group Therapy
Intensive Outpatient

Intensive Outpatient

Provides the opportunity for those that require a higher level of care the ability to obtain intensive treatment but still remain at home.
Intensive Outpatient

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Components of Effective Treatment

Readily available

Treatment doesn’t need to be voluntary to be effective

Staying in treatment long enough is critical

Treatment should address other possible mental disorders

Effective treatment is holistic 

Tailoring services to fit people’s needs is important