and Co‑occurring Mental Health Disorder Programs
The mission of our counseling program here at Holy Cross is to bring hope, promote change and help people live free, healthy and productive lives.
PHILOSOPHY OF TREATMENT
Holy Cross Services provides substance use and co‑occurring mental health disorder treatment through co‑workers who are highly trained and committed to individual wellness, family stability, and positive organizational change. We provide quality services by creating mutual benefit and balance between clients, co‑workers and payer’s needs.
Our counseling program here at Holy Cross is a comprehensive substance use disorder treatment program that is supportive of Recovery Oriented Systems of Care (ROSC) principles. We believe in treating the whole person in a welcoming, safe and secure environment. We provide individualized services when, how and where they are needed.
Recovery is a process, not an event. There are often periods of doubt, fear, and relapse. We help our clients learn to be adaptive, resilient, and to manage risk and protective factors to achieve recovery. Our treatment approach promotes a process of change to assist our clients in improving their own health and well‑being, to live self‑directed lives, and achieve their full potential.
Holy Cross Services offers quality treatment, and we offer the most important ingredient in recovery and wellness – HOPE!
HOW WE SERVE
The counseling program here at Holy Cross Services has been providing substance use disorder services since 1992. Our licensed programs provide a variety of services including:
- Outpatient Substance Use Disorder Services
- Recovery Housing
All locations serve individuals with co‑occurring substances use and mental health disorders, through simultaneous treatment models compatible with trauma informed care.
Our staff utilizes motivational enhancement therapy, the transtheoretical change model, and cognitive behavioral therapy.
Our clients utilize group, individual and family therapy.
Our treatment is comprehensive of the individual as a whole, not just the addiction.
HOPE FOR MICHIGAN FAMILIES