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Online assessments and screenings:
e-CHUG is an online, personalized, brief screening tool that lets you see how your drinking, family risk and campus norms affect your life and future. The program is available to U-M students, faculty and staff.
e-TOKE is an online, personalized, brief screening tool that lets you see how your marijuana use, family risk and campus norms affect your life and future.
UM Counseling and Psychological Services offers free, online assessments for a variety of mental health issues, including alcohol.
Screening, counseling and treatment:
UHS Care Manager screens for alcohol problems.
BASICS (Brief Alcohol Screening and Intervention for College Students) is a two-session non-judgmental alcohol assessment and education program offered free to all University of Michigan students who want to explore their alcohol use.
Individual Marijuana Education Program is a free program for U-M students to help them learn strategies to reduce marijuana use or quit altogether.
Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS)
3100 Michigan Union
Free, confidential services for U-M students including:
Assessment of substance abuse patterns (ASAP)
Short-term therapy for individuals or couples
Workshops for changing patterns of behavior
Sexual assault counseling
Referrals for additional help
UM Faculty and Staff Assistance Program (FASAP)
1009 Greene St.
Free, confidential services for staff, faculty and their immediate family members including:
Short term counseling services on personal, emotional, family and work place issues
Critical incident, trauma and grief counseling
Educational Presentations on a variety of emotional and mental health topics
UM Addiction Treatment Services
Rachel Upjohn Building
4250 Plymouth Rd
734-232-0600 or toll-free 800-828-8020
Outpatient assessment and treatment services. Fee-for-service; most insurance and public funding accepted.
"Assists addicts and alcoholics in achieving long term recovery" and offers an Educational Series .
MHealthy Alcohol Management Program
A brief, confidential educational program that helps you eliminate drinking problems by reducing your drinking or stopping altogether.You decide which is better for you: moderation or abstinence. Fee-for-service, however fee is waived for U-M faculty and staff.
734-998-2017 or 800-222-5145, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Hopelinks.net lists Michigan treatment programs; see local zip codes for locations near Ann Arbor
Helping a Friend
(links to separate page)
U-M Alcohol and Other Drug Prevention Program:
Sexual assault assistance:
Support for recovery:
U-M Collegiate Recovery Program
Students for Recovery
This student group, advised by UHS, provides information, support, and sober events for students recovering from substance use disorders. "Our hope is to reach out to all of our fellow Wolverines who are in recovery, as well as people who simply want to support students in recovery."
"We all need to lean on one another in order to keep our sobriety, this website was created to do just that. Find groups, chat, forums, articles and more to help the new comer or the veteran with years of a clean sober life to connect with the same. This is not just for people in AA or NA, sobriety.org is for Everyone that enjoys a life free from alcohol and drug abuse."
Alcoholics Anonymous and Alateen for younger members (national website)
or Huron Valley Area Intergroup, Inc. (local website)
Free support for maintaining sobriety, plus support for friends, partners and family members; campus meetings Monday-Friday at noon at Guild House Campus Ministry (behind the UM Law School at the corner of Oak and Monroe)
Free support for remaining drug-free
For local meetings, click on "Find a Meeting"
Ann Arbor Women's Group
Creates opportunities for women recovering from alcohol and drug addiction to develop and sustain a healthy, sober lifestyle.
Women for Sobriety
Dedicated to helping women overcome alcohol and other addictions.
Maintaining Resiliency and Sustaining Recovery: Ensuring That Recovery Lasts a Lifetime
This webcast is part of Recovery Month's Multimedia Series
Local detoxification options:
Detoxification is required when a person is physically dependent on alcohol or other drugs. Medical monitoring can minimize the physical and psychological symptoms that occur when a person is deprived of a drug. Detoxification prepares a person to take the next step in their treatment process.
University of Michigan Addiction Treatment Services
Toll-free 800-525-5188 (for intakes)
Accepts most insurance, offers sliding fee scale
734-669-8265 (detox program) or 734-485-8725 (residential program)
544 N. Division St.
Ann Arbor, MI 48104
Detox program is free
Brighton Hospital Detoxification Program
Toll-free 800-523-8198 or 810-220-5514
Complete online form and fax it
Accepts most insurance and offers sliding fee scale
National information and referral resources:
National Clearinghouse for Alcohol and Drug Information
Treatment referral 800-662-4357
National Institutes of Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism
Rethinking Drinking - A valuable, research-based resource. What do you think about taking a look at your drinking habits and how they may affect your health?
National Institute of Drug Abuse (NIDA)