State & National Harm Reduction Resources
MDHHS Change at Your Own Pace Campaign
SAMHSA Opioid Overdose Prevention
Harm Reduction Coalition
If and when you are ready for treatment, please call Lenawee ACCESS: 517-263-8905
Pathways Engagement Center: 517-920-4416
Monday - Friday: 8 p.m. to 8 a.m.
Open 24 hours over the weekend (Friday through Sunday)
S.M.A.R.T. Recovery mutual aid groups daily during the week
from 7 a.m. and 8 p.m., and several times over the weekend.
If and when you are ready for treatment, please call Livingston ACCESS: 517-546-4126 or 800-615-1245
Stepping Stones Engagement Center: 517-376-6262
Hours: Monday-Friday 5pm to 9am and 24/7 on weekends
Naloxone is available free of charge for Livingston County individuals at the Stepping Stones Engagement Center at 517-376-6262 or by calling Diane Heinlein at 517-546-4126
Livingston EMS can also provide naloxone after EMS services to Livingston County individuals through the Washtenaw Livingston Medical Control Group Leave Behind Protocol after 6/1/21.
Monroe County Residents
If and when you are ready for treatment, please call Monroe Access: 734-243-7340 or 800-886-7340
St. Joseph Center for Hope Engagement Center: 734-357-8880
Peer Support available 24 hours / 365 days per year
Recovery Advocacy Warriors (RAW): 734-240-3850
Monroe County Substance Abuse Coalition
Secure your Cannabis media campaign- more information coming
Washtenaw County Residents
If and when you are ready for treatment,
please call based on your birth month (see below):
If you were born in an odd numbered birth month (January, March, May, July, September, November), please call
Dawn Farm at: 734-485-8725
If you were born in an even numbered birth month (February, April, June, August, October, December), please call
Home of New Vision at: 734-975-1602
If you have any questions, you can call either provider above.
Home of New Vision Engagement Center: 734-879-1101
The Engagement Center is a 24-hour facility.
Intakes occur from 9:00am-5:00pm.
Washtenaw County WRAP:
Washtenaw Recovery Advocacy Project (WRAP) is a Recovery Community Organization (RCO) that consists of people in recovery, family and friends of recovering persons, and other allies of recovery. Our mission is to advocate for those affected by substance use disorder to policy makers at all levels of government, open doors and break down barriers to recovery services and treatment, reduce the stigma associated with addiction through engagement and education, building recovery-friendly communities in the process, in turn changing the face of addiction to one of recovery.
Services available: specific to Harm Reduction include Naloxone trainings and distribution events, community outreach to individuals experiencing homelessness and who have a substance use disorder and providing recovery support services to community members who may be seeking recovery.
Washtenaw County ROOT:
Recovery Opioid Overdose Team- engaging overdose victime to engage in the early recovery process
Washtenaw County- Unified
Our team of harm reduction outreach specialists empower adults and youth who use drugs and engage in sex work, including transgender, non-binary, and gender nonconforming individuals, by establishing a safe space that allows for an exploration of the ways in which substance use can affect them both positively and negatively.
Services available: Case Management, Harm Reduction Therapist RIGS Harm Reduction Program, Syringe Service Program, Mental Wellness Services, and Support Groups