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Youth and Family Services

Youth Outpatient Services

“Dawn Farm did for me what I could not do for myself””helped me to get into the community of sober people.” – Billy

Location:
315 N Main Street
Ann Arbor, MI 48104

How to Access Services:
Call 734.821.0216 and request to speak Kelli 

Description: This program includes one-on-one outpatient therapy, including education on the effects of drug use. Clients participate in random drug screening and have the opportunity to engage in family sessions when applicable.The duration of this program is flexible to meet the individual needs of our youth. Typically a teen will begin by attending weekly sessions for 3 months with a re-evaluation after that. 

Dawn Farm Family Support Program

Location:
St. Joe’s Education Center (Exhibition Room)
5305 Elliott Dr.
Ypsilanti, MI 48197

How to Access Services:
Programs will be held the first Wednesday of each month from 6-8pm beginning on September 4, 2019. This is a free event open to the public and registration is not required.

Description: The goal of this program is to provide support and education to the families of those struggling with addiction. Two therapists will familiarize participants with the disease of addiction, provide referrals to support groups within the community, and provide education about the ways in which people can set healthy boundaries with loved ones. Each session will begin with a presentation and will include an opportunity for participants to share and learn from each other. Participants will also have an opportunity to learn about the services Dawn Farm offers.

For more information, please call 734.769.7366

Family Sessions for clients in treatment

Location:
Location varies based on which program the client is a part of.

How to Access Services:
The need for a family session is determined by clients and their primary therapists once in treatment. 

Description: Typically, family sessions take place towards the end of a client’s treatment and focus on what the next step looks like for this client. Families learn about the ways they can support their loved one in recovery. This includes guidance in setting boundaries and expectations. There is also an opportunity to discuss how the clients addiction has affected the family and how to move forward together.  

 

Please check out our resource document for more information on available support, tools, and education for families of people with addictions. This is a great document to bookmark, as our staff continues to update it.