Who We Are

Our main objective is to help our clients move through the problems of addiction so that they may lead positive, more productive lives.  We believe that change lies within each individual and we work to help each client realize their fullest potential by making positive lifestyle changes without the use of chemicals.

Our philosopy is that substance abuse is a primary treatable disease in which the chemically abusive or dependent individual, by completing treatment, aftercare and following through with Alcoholics Anonymous and/or Narcotics Anonymous, can lead a meaningful, productive and happy life without the use of alcohol and other mood altering drugs.

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Harbor Hall

Our Mission

Harbor Hall’s Mission is to provide quality substance abuse treatment services to individuals and their families who have experienced significant problems related to the disease of alcoholism/chemical dependency. Harbor Hall strives to promote a higher quality of life and functioning for individuals experiencing problems related to substance use.

What We Do

Harbor Hall’s treatment is designed for clients to learn to become responsible for their own actions. Our highly skilled, multi-disciplinary team focuses on client strengths through strength-based, solution-focused, cognitive-behavioral and motivation driven approaches. If the individual remains honest, open and willing, the person will benefit by learning and putting into use tools and principles for living a drug and alcohol free lifestyle.

The treatment programs at Harbor Hall provides Sub-acute Detoxification and long term Residential Treatment for adult males, and outpatient services for male and female adults and adolescents in two locations (Petoskey and Cheboygan, Michigan) Sober Living Residences (Petoskey, MI). Harbor Hall provides a range of clinical services that encompasses the American Society of Addiction Medicine’s (ASAM) levels of care. Harbor Hall’s Continuum of Care approach addresses substance use issues from prevention perspectives to early intervention and outpatient programs to variable lengths of stay in residential treatment.

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