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Substance Abuse and Mental Health Concerns (Dual Diagnosis)

CSTS offers many opportunities to obtain services and learn more about substance abuse, mental health and issues that occur when you or a loved one find themselves affected by both issues at once (Dual Diagnosis).

These groups and lecture series are free and available to CSTS consumers, their families, friends, and any member of the Washtenaw County community. You dont need to make a commitment to attend weekly; there is no official referral process.

You can drop in for help or simply to learn more about substance abuse and how it affects physical, mental and social aspects of lives as well as get support and encouragement.

Whether you are precontemplative (resisting change), contemplative (change on the horizon) or just curious, there is something available for you.

You can visit a group in the Washtenaw County area The following list of resources and education series might be helpful to you, and you may always call (734) 544-3050 or (734) 544-3000 to ask for additional information and services available.

Co-Occurring Disorders Treatment Services at CSTS

Education Lecture Series

Adult Dual Recovery Services
 in Washtenaw County 

Dual Recovery Speakers Bureau

Additional Community Resources for Substance Abuse issues

 

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