Top Alcohol & Drug Rehab Centers in Rochester Hills, MI & Free Treatment Resources

 Rochester Hills Michigan Drug Alcohol Rehab
Rochester Hills, Michigan is a city in Oakland County, about 27 miles north of Detroit. It was voted one of the best places to live in the country; however, much like many other cities in the U.S., substance abuse is a major issue. Between 2013 and 2018, opioid overdose fatalities in Oakland County more than doubled.1 Fortunately, there are nearly 250 accredited alcohol and drug rehab centers in Rochester Hills and nearby neighborhoods, including detox, dual diagnosis, outpatient rehab, and residential care. Many of these facilities accept private insurance, Medicaid, Medicare, and military insurance. For those without insurance, treatment is still accessible thanks to programs that offer sliding scale fees, payment plans, financial assistance, and even free treatment.

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Rochester Hills Drug and Alcohol Abuse Statistics

Below are recent statistics about substance abuse, overdose, and treatment in Rochester Hills and Oakland County:1

Getting to and Around Rochester Hills, Michigan

Whether you are visiting a loved one in treatment in Rochester Hills or you are considering traveling there for drug and alcohol rehab, you’ll want to know the best ways to get there, how to get around, and various things to do there. Here’s an overview:

Resources

  1. Nicholas, C. (2020). OCHN Three-Year Substance Use Disorder Strategic Plan: 2021-2023. Oakland Community Health Network.