Why Dawn Farm?
Your goals are our goals. When you or your loved one enter treatment you want more than just stopping using drugs and alcohol you want them back–restored to wholeness. That’s our goal too.
A better approach. Choosing a treatment program can be overwhelming and confusing. One question can cut through all of this confusion, “What kind of treatment would a doctor get?” Addicted physicians get the gold standard of care and experience outstanding outcomes. We model our programs after the kind of care that addicted physicians receive.
Affordable care. Insurance often does not cover the kind of care people actually need and most treatment programs are extraordinarily expensive. Dawn Farm works hard to deliver top notch care that families can afford. Our fees are transparent so that families can plan for the expense.
Dawn Farm offers two residential programs–Dawn Farm and Dawn Farm Downtown. Living on community with other recovering individuals offers residents a chance to build healthy relationships and practice cooperation. Before completing treatment, residents secure employment and housing and join or six month aftercare program.
Spera Recovery Center
Our detox program provides a safe environment for alcoholics and addicts who wish to withdraw. Trained staff monitor symptoms of detoxification, introduce principles of 12-step programs, and assist in creating a treatment plan.
Clients can continue to attend daily drop-in groups after their detox admission ends.
Dawn Farm Transitional Housing provides structured settings where newly-sober addicts and alcoholics learn basic skills for drug-free living. Participants hold a job, help maintain the household, attend mutual aid meetings, and participate in the community. These houses and apartments provide a simple way to build recovery capital.
Dawn Farm offers individual and group therapy at an outpatient setting. Outpatient offers less intensive treatment, accountability and support for the newly-recovering individual.
We will help you decide upon the best option for you or your loved one. Please call our Intake Team at 734.669.8265
Meet Our Clinical Director
Anna Byberg, LMSW, CAADC
Anna is the Clinical Director at Dawn Farm. As Clinical Director, Anna oversees all direct service delivery, including withdrawal management, outpatient services, short and long-term residential treatment, and transitional housing. She has worked at Dawn Farm across our continuum of treatment and recovery support services since 2005.
Anna has been part of the Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Motivational Interviewing (MI), and other staff development teams at Dawn Farm. She presented the monthly Family Education Program for more than ten years, and has also presented on topics including opioid use disorders, tobacco recovery, family interventions, how communities can support recovery, hope, and the basics of addiction and recovery.
Anna currently serves on the COVID-19 Protect Michigan Commission on behalf of NASW-Michigan, the Washtenaw County Prosecutor’s Addiction Working Group, the Washtenaw County Sheriff’s Office Reentry Task Force, and the Michigan Opioid Prescribing Engagement Network (OPEN) Interdisciplinary Advisory Board.
Anna obtained her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Michigan in 2001, then completed a six month student exchange program in London, England. She earned her Master of Social Work from Eastern Michigan University in 2012, and is currently a Certified Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor (CAADC).