ST. JOSEPH MERCY CHELSEA BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES
Inpatient Program
775 S. Main Street, Chelsea, MI 48118
Website: www.stjoeschelsea.org/BehavioralHealthServices
Medical Director: Etienne Dehoorne, MD
Department Administrator: Nancy Siegrist, MPA
Services include inpatient hospitalization for adults with primary psychiatric diagnoses and/or co-occurring substance abuse disorders. Outpatient Clinics are staffed with board certified psychiatrists, specializing in child and adult psychiatry as well as master’s prepared, licensed therapists. Wide range of expertise in child, adolescent, adult and older adult psychiatric and substance abuse disorders. Available services include medication management, individual, family, and group therapy and group education. Both inpatient and outpatient ECT services available. For information and admission, contact our Outpatient Behavioral Health Clinic Assessment Services: 734-593-5251 or 1-800-328-6261
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ST. JOSEPH MERCY CHELSEA BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES
Outpatient Services
350 North Main Street, Suite 150, Chelsea, MI 48118
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ST. JOSEPH MERCY DEXTER BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES
Outpatient Services
7089 Dexter-Ann Arbor Road, Dexter, MI 48130
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ST. JOSEPH MERCY CHELSEA OLDER ADULT RECOVERY CENTER (ARC)
350 North Main Street Suite 150        
Telephone:
(734) 475-4029593-5251, toll free 800-328-6261
Website: www.stjoeschelsea.org/OlderAdultRecoveryCenter
Primary Therapist: Martin Hoekstra, LMSW

Provides services to adults, 40 years of age and older, experiencing problems with the abuse of alcohol, prescription medication, and/or other drugs.  The program places a major emphasis on providing older adults with substance abuse education, recovery tools and strategies for maintaining long term recovery and continued support.  Services include intensive outpatient and standard outpatient treatment. The intensive outpatient program is offered Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays from 10am to 12pm. The OARC also utilizes peer counselors as important resources for participants.   Assistance with detoxification services can be arranged.  Assessment, treatment and referral services are available for adolescents and adults. For general information as well as admission contact our centralized assessment services: 734-593-5251.  

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