Recovery Resources


Committed to Recovery

Munson Healthcare and our many partners offer a wide variety of support and resources for people navigating the journey of recovery from substance use disorder. Whether you’re seeking inpatient or outpatient treatment options, peer support, or emergency help, support is nearby.

If you need immediate help with Narcan or basic needs such as food, housing, or transportation, click on the options below.

Narcan Nasal Spray

Narcan Lifesaving Medication

During an overdose, a person’s breathing can be dangerously slowed or stopped. Narcan (Naloxone) quickly restores normal breathing to save lives.

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Help with Basic Needs

Focusing on recovery can be difficult if you are worried about meeting your basic needs like housing, childcare, or transportation. Free, local help is available to help.


Munson Healthcare Recovery Resources

Munson Healthcare’s Behavioral Health office | 231-935-6382

Our clinic offers individual and group therapy, Medication for Opioid Use Disorder, Psychiatry, and Recovery Coaching. To schedule an appointment for assistance with substance use, or for help determining the right care for you or a loved one, please call our Traverse City office at 231-935-6382, option 2. 

Monday - Thursday, 8 am – 5 pm
Friday, 8 am – 4 pm

In addition to one-on-one appointments and coaching, our clinic offers many special programs:

Intensive Outpatient Treatment for Substance Use Disorder

Intensive Outpatient Treatment (IOP) is an evening outpatient program that includes 10 hours of engagement a week (9 hours of groups and 1 hour of individual or family therapy a week). IOP treatment includes group, individual and family sessions and is intended to treat substance use disorders and is co-occurring capable.

Virtual Outpatient Group Treatment Options 

Along with individual therapy for the treatment of mental health and substance use disorders. Munson Outpatient Behavioral Health also offers a number of group therapy options focused on both mental health and substance use disorders.

Peer Recovery Coaching 231-935-6382

Connect directly with a certified peer recovery coach who has personally battled substance use disorder and can offer you a unique type of support, along with the best resources and tools to help you through your own recovery.

Recovery coaches also host a weekly All Recovery Peer Support Group. This is a free weekly support group facilitated by a Peer Recovery Coach focusing on supporting multiple pathways in recovery, honoring that each person’s path is unique, sharing hope, and connecting with others who are interested in, starting, and maintaining a recovery lifestyle.

Community Resources

I Need Help Now - Crisis Hotlines

If you or someone you know is in immediate danger, go to the nearest emergency room or call 911 now. 

988 Suicide lifeline

Community Recovery Resources

Addiction Treatment Services Recovery Center 

Addiction Treatment Services Recovery Center offers several online supports to help you during the stay-home order.  You are also invited to join their Facebook group.

 231-633-5401 |

Bear River Health

Bear River Health offers several pathways and programs to recovery. Withdrawal Management, Residential Recovery, MAT, Outpatient, and Intense Outpatient programs available.

231-535-2822 |

Catholic Human Services (CHS)

Comprehensive outpatient Alcohol and Drug Recovery services

231-775-6581 |

Drug Free Northern Michigan

800-834-3393 |

NMSAS Recovery Center and Coaches (20 County Northern Michigan) 

With over 200 trained Peer Recovery Coaches in Northern Michigan, NMSAS can assist by connecting you with a coach close to where you live.

989-732-1791 |

Northern Lakes Community Mental Health

Serves adults with serious mental illness, persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities, children with serious emotional disturbance, and persons with co-occurring substance use disorders in six counties: Crawford, Grand Traverse, Leelanau, Missaukee, Roscommon, and Wexford

North Country Community Mental Health

Serves adults with serious mental illness, persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities, children with serious emotional disturbance, and persons with co-occurring substance use disorders in six counties: Antrim, Charlevoix, Emmet, Kalkaska, and Otsego Counties.

Northern Michigan Regional Entity (NMRE) Confidential Access Center

Connect with a Care Manager who will ask questions to determine what services are appropriate for you and if you qualify for funding.

1-800-834-3393 |

Michael’s Place

With over 20 years of experience, Michael’s Place provides grief support to families, teens and children, including virtual and in-person programs, meals, workshops and events. 

231-947-6453 |

Michigan State Police Angel Program

Allows individuals struggling with a substance use disorder to walk into a Michigan State Police Post during regular business hours to ask for assistance.                            

To locate a Michigan State Police Post near you, visit


SAFE CHOICES (Stop the Addiction Fatality Epidemic):
SAFE Communities partners with communities nationwide to be more resilient and responsive to the impacts of mental health and substance use disorders.

Recovery Meeting Support

Finding a community to support you is an essential step in recovery. You are not alone in this journey. Find a local or virtual recovery meeting to develop relationships with neighbors experiencing similar challenges.

Gambling Support

Michigan Problem Gambling Helpline | 800-270-7117

Open for crisis intervention and referral to treatment. Trained and experienced counselors are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week by phone or virtually to provide immediate help to address issues related to gambling disorder, including screening services and referrals to treatment or support groups.