Substance Use Disorders
According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), an estimated 10 million people ages 12 to 20 report drinking alcohol during the past month; approximately 23 million Americans are using illegal drugs.
Behavior associated with addiction can include: regular/daily use of a substance, failed attempts to stop using, illegal or dangerous activities, and increased time/energy spent on using. OCHN's substance use services team offers expert, professional support to assist people with recovery.
- Alliance of Coalitions for Healthy Communities
- Prevention Program Review 2016 - 2017
- Prevention Weblinks
- Preventing Marijuana Use Among Teens and Adults - DEA Summary
- SUD Strategic Prevention Framework Needs Assessment Report 2016 - 2019
- Access and Eligibility
- Program and Treatment Services Brochure
- Licensed Substance Abuse Use Program Listing
- Rights and Complaints
- RISE (Recovery, Information, Support, and Education) Center
- Sober Support Unit (SSU)
The first step towards long-term substance use treatment services.
- Treatment Program Review 2016 - 2017
- NOTE: Pregnant and parenting women are a priority for admission to treatment services.
Naloxone for Law Enforcement
- LERN Program: Select to Order Naloxone Nasal Spray Kits (for Law Enforcement Only)
- Naloxone Demographic Form (for Law Enforcement only)
Naloxone for the Community
Naloxone Standing Order - helps to ensure individuals in the State of Michigan who are at risk of experiencing an opioid-related overdose, or who are family members, friends, or other persons who are able to assist an individual a risk to obtain Naloxone.
OCHN Substance Use Disorders Oversight Policy Board (OPB)
Additional SUD Information
- Prevent Prescription Drug Misuse (Oakland County)
- State of Michigan SUD website
- Economic Costs of Drinking (State of Michigan)
- Youth Binge Drinking (State of Michigan)
- Michigan Regional Poison Control Center at Children's Hospital of Michigan - Health Alert
- (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)