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Substance Use Disorder Resources

Recovery IS possible with the right treatment, tools, and supports

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About Addiction/SUD

SUD, also known as addiction, is defined as “a chronic, relapsing brain disease that is characterized by compulsive drug seeking and use, despite harmful consequences.” It is considered a brain disease because drugs change the brain; they change its structure and how it works. These brain changes can be long lasting and can lead to many harmful, often self-destructive, behaviors. 


However, SUD can be successfully treated when people are able to access the resources they need. 

Local Treatment Resources

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Dial Help

Great Lakes Recovery

NorthCare Network

Free Safety Net Program to help find and access treatment and support sobriety--contact Dial Help at 800-562-7622

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NorthCare Network

Great Lakes Recovery

NorthCare Network

Manages funding to help pay for treatment--contact NorthCare at 888-333-8030 for an assessment

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Great Lakes Recovery

Great Lakes Recovery

Great Lakes Recovery

Has a variety of inpatient and outpatient SUD treatment  options--contact GLRC at 855-906-GLRC (855-906-4572)

Other Supports

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Alcoholics Anonymous

Alcoholics Anonymous

Alcoholics Anonymous

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Narcotics Anonymous

Alcoholics Anonymous

Alcoholics Anonymous

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Smart Recovery

Alcoholics Anonymous

Smart Recovery

Friends & Family Resources

For Friends & Family of People with SUD

Al Anon is a recovery group for people who have a friend or loved one with SUD. You can find an Al Anon group in your county here, or by contacting Dial Help.


Many who come to Al-Anon are in despair, feeling hopeless, unable to believe that things can ever change. Members share their own experience, strength, and hope with each other. You will meet others who share your feelings and frustrations, if not your exact situation. 


Al-Anon groups come together to learn a better way of life, to find happiness whether the person dealing with addiction is still actively using or not.

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Adult Children of Alcoholics/Addicts

Adult Children of Alcoholics (ACA)/Dysfunctional Families is a Twelve Step, Twelve Tradition program of men and women who grew up in dysfunctional homes.  You can find an Al Anon group in your county here, or by contacting Dial Help


ACA meets to share experiences of growing up in an environment with abuse, neglect, and trauma. Often the impact of this upbringing affects people into adulthood, and influences how they deal with all aspects of their lives. This group is confidential and anonymous. 


The only requirements to attend a meeting are that you identify with the Laundry List of Traits for ACA.

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