Top 27 Alcohol & Drug Rehab Centers in Lansing, MI & Free Treatment Resources

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Lansing, the capital of Michigan, is a city in Ingham County with a population of about 112,000 in 2021.1 Located in the south-central part of the state where the Grand and Cedar rivers meet, Lansing is home to the Michigan History Museum, R. E. Olds Transportation Museum, and the Michigan State Capitol Building. Lansing is a great place for rehab because of its laws and funding options. Michigan’s Good Samaritan Law protects residents from criminal prosecution during a drug overdose situation.2 You do not have to struggle to pay for drug rehab in Lansing, Michigan. Many licensed rehabs accept Medicaid, Medicare, and insurance, while others provide free rehab services.

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Alcohol and Drug Use Statistics in Lansing

A significant number of people in Lansing and Ingham County use opioids, and many have gone on to experience a drug overdose. Here are some statistics on opioid overdose in Ingham County in 2021:3

Statistics for Region 5 in Michigan and Ingham County revealed the following drug and alcohol use for people older than 12 years between 2016 and 2018:4

In 2021:5

Paying for Alcohol and Drug Rehab in Lansing

Free Rehabs:
Lansing, Michigan, has numerous free or low-cost alcohol and drug rehab programs. Rehab options for people with low income and limited financial resources include state-funded rehabs, Medicare, Medicaid, and free drug rehab centers. Some rehab facilities in Lansing provide financial aid to offset the cost of therapy for people with low income. You may be able to receive some or all of your rehab for free if you receive financial aid.

The following rehabs in Lansing offer financial aid:

  • West Michigan Community Mental Health Lake County
  • Battle Creek VA Medical Center Lansing VA Outpatient Clinic/li>
  • Saint Vincent Catholic Charities

Rehab Scholarships: Rehab scholarships are another option for free rehab in Lansing. Facilities with rehab scholarships may cover all or part of the treatment costs. However, you need to ask about the conditions of the scholarship since some programs may revoke the scholarship if you stop treatment.

State-funded Rehabs: State-funded rehabs receive funding from the federal and state government to cover the cost of treatment for those who can’t afford the services.

Private Insurance, Medicare, and Medicaid

Private Insurance

Private insurance refers to insurance coverage that is not provided by the government. This includes health insurance that you purchase yourself or obtain through your employer. You may have all or some of your long-term and short-term rehab costs covered if you have private health insurance. The extent of coverage from private health insurance will depend on the company and the type of plan.

Many rehabs in Lansing, Michigan, accept employer and individual private insurance plans such as UnitedHealth, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Aetna, Cigna, and others. You can call your private insurance company using the information on the back of your card to find out about rehab coverage.

The following rehabs in Lansing accept private health insurance:

  • Michigan Therapeutic Consultants Lansing
  • Victory Clinical Services Lansing
  • Turning Leaf Residential Rehab Services

Medicare and Medicaid

Medicare is a federally funded health insurance coverage for people over 65. You may qualify for Medicare if you are under 65 and have a disability, chronic end-stage renal disease (ESRD), or ALS.6 You can expect to receive coverage for the following rehab services with Medicare:7

  • Alcohol misuse screenings
  • Outpatient rehab
  • Partial hospitalization
  • Telehealth
  • Opioid addiction treatment
  • Inpatient treatment

Medicaid is the state-funded option for residents of Lansing. Similar to Medicare, Medicaid is a government-funded insurance plan with funding from state and federal sources. However, Medicaid qualifications are determined by income and family size. You can expect to receive the following services in Lansing through the Ingham County Health Department:8

  • Inpatient treatment
  • Outpatient counseling
  • Harm reduction
  • Medication-assisted treatment

The following rehab facilities in Lansing accept both Medicare and Medicaid as funding options:

  • Michigan Department of Corrections
  • Easterseals Michigan Family Services Southfield
  • Cristo Rey Community Center

How Easy is it to Travel to and Within Lansing, MI?

michigan lansing city imageLocated near the lakes, rivers, and parks in south-central Michigan, Lansing is a great place for quality rehab. Whether you are thinking about traveling to Lansing, Michigan, to visit a friend or family member receiving addiction treatment or planning to receive treatment there, local information will help make your trip easier.


Lansing is a great place for rehab if you have family support there or are looking for treatment away from your current location. Lansing, Michigan, has a midwestern climate with four seasons, warm summers, and cold snowy winters influenced by the Great Lakes. Famous places to visit in Lansing include the Lansing Symphony Orchestra, Turner-Dodge House, Potter Park Zoo, Michigan State Capitol, and Impression 5 Science Center. You can expect to have a great experience in Michigan if you enjoy water sports because of the lakes and rivers in the region.


Traveling to and within Lansing, Michigan, is not too much of a hassle because of the extensive bus and train system as well as proximity to major airports. The Capital Area Transit Authority (CATA) provides affordable bus services throughout the city and to nearby communities. You can also travel by rail to and from Lansing using Amtrak services that connect to the bus system at the Capital Area Multimodal Gateway. If you prefer to fly to Lansing, you can use the Capital Region International Airport, the closest airport, or Bishop International Airport which is farther away.


You can choose to walk when running errands in Lansing if you live in one of the walkable neighborhoods, including the Stadium District, Old Town, and Fabulous Acres. There are numerous hotel options in Lansing and Ingham County. Many of these hotels are affordable, and you should be able to find one that meets your budget for your stay in Lansing, Michigan.


  1. United States Census Bureau. (n.d.). Quick Facts, Lansing city, Michigan.
  2. State of Michigan. (2022). Michigan’s Good Samaritan Law.
  3. Ingham County Health Department. (n.d.). Opioid Surveillance 2021 Annual Report.
  4. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (n.d.). 2016–2018 National Survey on Drug Use and Health Substate Region Estimates for Michigan.
  5. Michigan Substance Use Disorder Data Repository. (2018). Treatment Episode Data Set (TEDS).
  6. (n.d.). Getting started with Medicare.
  7. (n.d.). Mental health & substance use disorder services.
  8. Ingham County. (2022). Substance Use.

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