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Addiction Relief and
Supported Recovery Inc
1151 Michigan Avenue, Room 118,
East Lansing, MI48823
(517) 242-1944

Intake Phone Numbers:
(517) 242-2120

Services Offered: Substance abuse treatment

Residency: Outpatient

Payment Accepted: Self payment

Lee Ann and Dave Beatty, the co-founders of Addiction Relief and Supported Recovery, Inc. had a dream of helping people who much of society had discarded. One day during a conversation at a gas station they came up with a short term solution to the financial problem of performing the most important work. They traveled expressways and back roads picking up bottles and cans that people had tossed out of their car windows. They also asked for and accepted donations of bottles and cans from their friends and acquaintances. They received donations of garage sale items and hosted three garage sales to raise more money. Word of what they were doing spread and they received a few cash donations to help with their efforts. Eventually they put together a Volunteer Board who would brainstorm fundraising activities to support the goal of assisting homeless alcoholics and addicts find sober housing and recovery.

ARSR is a non-profit 501 (c) (3) corporation. Support for the operation is growing, but financial help is needed for the ever increasing population of homeless alcoholics/addicts needing this vital assistance. Won't you make a donation?
Mission Statement:

To assist individuals in maintaining sobriety by providing safe/sober housing and support services.
Community Mental Health Authority of
Clinton Eaton and Ingham Counties
706 Curtis Street,
Mason, MI48854
(517) 244-0393

Services Offered: Substance abuse treatment

Residency: Residential short-term treatment (30 days or less), Residential long-term treatment (more than 30 days)

Payment Accepted: Self payment, Medicaid, Medicare, State financed insurance (other than Medicaid)

Payment Assistance: Sliding fee scale (fee is based on income and other factors)

Languages: ASL or other assistance for hearing impaired

Specializing in Men, DUI/DWI offenders

The Community Mental Health Board of Clinton-Eaton-Ingham Counties (CMHB) was formed in 1964, initially as a federally funded community mental health center, serving Lansing.

The organization moved towards its current legal structure, when the Community Mental Health Board of Clinton-Eaton-Ingham Counties was created, under the authority of Public Act 54 and the Urban Cooperation Act. PA 54 was superseded in 1974 when the Michigan legislature enacted Public Act 258, the new Michigan Mental Health Code. This state legislation transferred greater levels of responsibility for mental health services from state to local government. The Mental Health Code, the law which governs all state and local mental health programs in Michigan, was most recently revised in late 1995 (and is continually revised) and has moved even more responsibility from the state to the local level.

Starting in the 1970s, the major theme that drove Michigan’s CMH system was de-institutionalization – allowing persons who formerly lived in state hospitals and DD centers, to live in the community. This theme provided the impetus for the transfer of thousands of Michigan residents from treatment in state facilities to treatment in their home communities, by the CMH system.

CMHA-CEI holds a vision of a community in which persons with a mental illness, emotional disturbance, developmental disability, and/or substance use disorder, have the opportunity - including the necessary services and supports - to participate, with dignity, in the life of the community, with its freedoms, responsibilities, rewards, and consequences.

CMHA-CEI's mission is to actively work to bring about this vision through these functions: Mental Health Service Provison, Community Development, Advocacy, and Health Plan Administration.