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Addiction

Substance Abuse Counseling

Program Components:

  • Comprehensive Individual Assessment
  • Treatment Planning
  • Individual and Group Therapy
  • Community Support
  • Family Therapy

Treatment is designed to deal with issues which hinder a person from moving forward in their life and to enhance their ability to develop healthy daily functioning.

Co-Occurring Disorders:  At times, some alcohol and drug abusers also experience a diagnosed mental health disorder.  Trained therapists are able to work with individuals experiencing dual diagnosis.  A client with a dual diagnosis, when determined necessary, may be referred to the agency psychiatrist for a psychiatric assessment and medication monitoring.

New client forms MUST be filled out, printed and handed in to the receptionist at first appointment.  LCCC will NOT accept paperwork by e-mail, USB drive or other means.

Appointments

For an appointment call 517-545-5944 and an Intake Coordinator will assist you with scheduling your appointment.  If it is an urgent matter or after hours, contact Community Mental Health at 800-615-1245 or go to the nearest emergency room.

Cost and Fees

LCCC participates with many major insurance companies, managed care programs and specialized grant programs.  LCCC also provides a sliding scale fee (based on total household income) for persons who are uninsured and who do not qualify for services through a managed care or grant program.

Counseling Staff

All Mental Health/Substance Abuse Treatment Therapists are Master-Level Social Workers, Psychologists, or Counselors and are licensed by the State of Michigan. The Psychiatrist is licensed by the State of Michigan.

Engagement Group

  • Tuesdays 6:00p – 7:30p in-person 10 maximum
  • Wednesdays 10:00a – 11:30a via Zoom
  • Fridays 10:00a – 11:30a via Zoom

Additional Substance Abuse Resources

Area Substance Abuse Support Groups:

St. Patrick:    12 Step Groups – Schedule
St. Joseph:     Narcotics Anonymous – Thursdays at 7:30pm
AA & Alanon – Saturdays at 8:00pm

Recipients of substance abuse services have rights protected by the state and federal laws and promulgated rules. You may request a brochure outlining these rights. Upon engaging in services, a Know Your Rights brochure will be given to you as part of your orientation. For information or assistance, contact: Suzi Snyder at 517-545-5944 or Recipients Rights Coordinator, Michigan Department of Community Health, Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services, Bureau of Substance Abuse, 320 South Walnut St., 5th Floor, Lansing, MI 48913