Embracing a holistic approach to well-being, the Detroit Recovery Project offers integrated support for those grappling with substance use disorders, mental health challenges, or both. Our comprehensive care includes primary healthcare, outpatient treatment, mental health recovery support, and prevention services, all tailored to empower individuals on their path to recovery.
Substance Use Disorder Outpatient Treatment
Our Substance Use Disorder Outpatient Treatment program offers a comprehensive approach to recovery. Our experienced staff provide a variety of therapeutic approaches, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, and Substance Use Therapy, to help individuals work through their thoughts and feelings, learn new coping skills, and reach their sobriety goals.
Mental Health Outpatient Treatment
Our Mental Health Outpatient Treatment program is designed to help individuals manage their mental health symptoms and integrate into the community. We provide a variety of therapeutic approaches to help individuals navigate their thoughts and feelings, learn new coping skills, and reach their mental health goals.
Targeted Case Management
Our Targeted Case Management (TCM) program provides individuals with an advocate and partner to link them with resources and monitor their progress. Our Case Managers work one-on-one with individuals to connect them to community resources, including employment, housing, and physical healthcare.
Michigan Prisoner Re-Entry Initiative
The mission of our Michigan Prisoner Re-Entry Initiative (MPRI) is to reduce crime and enhance public safety by helping offenders transition back into the community. We provide support and resources to help individuals reintegrate into society and lead productive lives.
Youth and Family
Recover N.O.W. (No Opportunities Wasted)
Our Recover N.O.W. program is a youth-focused initiative that empowers young individuals to seize every opportunity for growth and recovery. We provide a supportive environment where youth can explore their potential, develop resilience, and learn valuable life skills that will aid them in their journey towards recovery and beyond.
Our Strengthening Families program is designed to fortify family bonds and improve family dynamics. We provide resources and interventions to help families navigate challenges, improve communication, and foster a supportive environment for all family members. This program aims to create stronger, healthier family units that can effectively support each other in times of crisis and everyday life.
Physical Health Services
Integrated Medical Services
Our Integrated Medical Services offer a comprehensive approach to healthcare, combining physical and mental health services. We believe that mental and physical health are interconnected, and our team works collaboratively to provide holistic care that addresses all aspects of our clients’ wellbeing.
Primary Care Services
Our Primary Care Services provide routine check-ups, screenings, and treatment for common illnesses. We believe that regular primary care is essential for maintaining good health and detecting any potential health issues early.
Our Psychiatric Services are designed to diagnose, treat, and prevent mental health disorders. Our experienced psychiatric team provides assessments, medication management, and ongoing support to help individuals manage their mental health and improve their quality of life.
Medications for Opioid Use Disorder (MOUD)
Our Medications for Opioid Use Disorder (MOUD) program provides medication-assisted treatment for individuals struggling with opioid addiction. This evidence-based approach combines medication with counseling and behavioral therapies to treat the whole person and support long-term recovery.
Mobile Medical Services
Our Mobile Medical Services bring healthcare directly to those who may have difficulty accessing traditional healthcare settings. This service ensures that all individuals, regardless of their circumstances, can receive the medical care they need.
At DRP, we believe every life is important.
Our goal is for zero suicides. We offer services to all, regardless of insurance or ability to pay. If you or someone you know needs help, reach out to us at (833)-DRP-HEAL. Your life matters, and you matter to us.
Substance Use Disorder Peer Recovery Support Services
Our Substance Use Disorder Peer Recovery Support Services provide individuals in recovery with the opportunity to connect with others who have walked the same path. Our peer recovery specialists, who have personal experience with substance use recovery, offer guidance, support, and understanding, helping individuals navigate the challenges of recovery and maintain sobriety.
Mental Health Peer Support Services
Our Mental Health Peer Support Services connect individuals with peers who have lived experience with mental health challenges. These peer support specialists provide understanding, empathy, and practical strategies for managing mental health, fostering a sense of community and shared resilience.
Harm Reduction (Onsite and Mobile)
Detroit Recovery Project’s harm reduction program is an evidence-based model that actively seeks to minimize harm, infectious diseases, and fatalities. We provide people who use drugs with safe using equipment, access to HIV and Hepatitis-C (HCV) testing, overdose reversal medication and training for how to use it, and linkage to substance use disorder treatment, mental health services, or medical services.
We provide rapid-result antibody tests for HIV and Hep-C. Testing is available during business hours at both our East side and West side locations. The test takes 20 minutes, and immediate confirmatory tests are available as well as linkage to care.
Michigan is now a Hep-C Free State, meaning many previous barriers to treatment have been removed so that individuals can receive treatment and cure for Hep-C.
HIV is treatable, and knowing your HIV status can help you take steps to keep yourself and others safe. Through testing and treatment, people living with HIV can live long and healthy lives.
If you are negative for HIV and Hep-C, DRP offers lots of supplies – from safe sex, to safe use, to PrEP and PEP education – to help you remain HIV- and Hep-C-free.
If you have any questions or need to know where the Mobile Unit will be located today please call or text:
Onsite Location Days and Hours:
Monday – 10am to 4pm
Tuesday – 10am to 4pm
Wednesday – 10am to 4pm
Thursday – 10am to 4pm
Friday – 1pm to 4pm
Prevention Community Training
Our Prevention Community Training offers comprehensive programs to equip individuals and families with the knowledge, skills, and resources they need to prevent Substance Use Disorder and maintain healthy lives. Our training includes Strengthening Families, SexEd, Narcan Training, and Harm Reduction.
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