Harbour Hall


Residential Treatment Services

At Harbor Hall, we believe that substance-related disorders affect the whole person and is reflected in the individuals’ problems with conduct, attitudes, values, beliefs and emotion regulation.

About our Residential Program

Treatment Goals

Our program aims to foster abstinence from substance use and tackle other addictive behaviors, addressing concurrent physical and mental conditions. Our approach is designed to effect changes in the client’s lifestyle, promoting self-worth and enhancing decision-making skills. We also focus on developing robust relapse prevention strategies to ensure sustainable recovery.

Our Approach

Harbor Hall caters to individuals seeking a secure, structured therapeutic environment that fosters skill development for sobriety and recovery maintenance. We provide around-the-clock, meticulously organized residential treatment services to men and women, adhering strictly to established policies, procedures, and evidence-based practices. Our clinical staff, certified by the Michigan Certification Board of Addiction Professionals (MCBAP), comprises highly trained professionals who continually review treatment progress and recommend ongoing care.

What to Expect

The program is designed to foster the development, practice, and application of essential recovery skills. Clients will receive care around the clock and engage with our clinical staff—highly trained professionals certified by the Michigan Certification Board of Addiction Professionals (MCBAP). These professionals are committed to monitoring each client’s treatment progress and recommending appropriate steps for continuing care.

Additionally, clients will be part of a community where service and active involvement are highly valued, both within the Harbor Hall campus and in the broader community. They can expect to grow personally and socially, learning to replace self-centered behaviors with a sense of service, humility, and positive thinking.

In summary, a client can expect an inclusive, compassionate, and effective approach to recovery, supported by professional guidance and a nurturing community.

"I’d had several in-patient treatment center experiences, but it was at Harbor Hall where I began the life as I know it now."
Michael Fitzpatrick, Harbor Hall 1996
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Frequently Asked Questions

What should I bring?

To promote a more comfortable stay, there are items we encourage clients to bring with them upon admission. As we strive to provide a secure environment, there are certain items that are not allowed on campus. Lists of both acceptable and unacceptable items are below.

As with all elements of your stay, Harbor Hall staff is available to assist you. If there is an item you’d like to bring that doesn’t appear on the lists below, a member of our staff can let you know whether or not it is an acceptable item.

This list is subject to change. If you have any questions, please call us.


Please bring :

  • Three forms of Identification: Birth certificate, divers license, Social Security Card, Military ID, Picture ID, Insurance card if applicable.
  • All relevant medical records and/or TB test if within the past 6 months – if available.
  • Water bottle and/or coffee mug WITH LID (must have a lid).
  • All Prescription medications that have been authorized by medical staff. Bring enough of refills to cover the entire length of stay.
  • Comfortable, informal clothing appropriate for the season. Bring enough clothes to last at least one week – there is limited storage, please do not over pack. Washers and dryers are available free of charge. Bring laundry detergent – liquid, powder or pods accepted.
  • Comfortable walking shoes and gym clothes.
  • Personal Toiletries such as soap, shampoo, tooth paste/brush, shower shoes, wash cloth, towels (at least 2), etc…
  • It is okay to bring a small amount of cash for personal spending but it is not recommended to have more than $50 at any given time.
  • BRING OWN PILLOW – all other bedding will be supplied.
  • Alarm clock
  • Small personal fan if used for sleeping
  • Cigarettes (if applicable) – rolling device on site – no vaping.


Prohibited Items

These items will not be accepted and are encouraged to be left at home. You will be searched the day of arrival. If any of these items are brought on campus, they will be removed and placed in a secure area until discharge – with the exception of alcohol and drugs which will be disposed of. This list includes, but is not limited to:

  • No Weapons
  • No Alcohol or products that contain alcohol. This includes colognes or perfumes.
  • Limited makeup. Reasonable coverage for the purpose of self-esteem is appropriate. Nothing that pushes the boundaries of self-advertising. This will be addressed therapeutically and as a team as needed. Foundation, mascara, eye shadow and liner, is acceptable. Fake eyelashes, contouring, pancake style, heavy attention-seeking eye liner, excessive eye shadow, and anything that is “extra,” will not be permitted and will be stored in your luggage until discharge.
  • No hair tools. Such as curlers, straighteners, flat iron, curling iron, and dryers. Harbor Hall will provide hair driers.
  • No drugs, illicit, prescribed or over-the-counter that have not been prior approved. No over the counter medications including vitamins, and powder supplements.
  • No electronics: personal television, cell phones, computers, electronic notebook or any other communication device that can connect to the internet, text or make calls. No electronic games or devices. No Ear/head phones. Small radios are allowed if electrically safe.
  • You may bring hair clippers but they are locked up in tech office.
  • No playing cards or other gambling items.
  • No electronic smoking devices. No vapes.
  • Recommended not to bring any items of high value such as jewelry. It is also not recommended to have more than $50 at any given time.  Security of such items cannot be guaranteed and is your responsibility.
  • No Food, candy, sugar, snacks, etc..
  • No Energy drinks, body building supplements, vitamins.
  • No tattoo equipment.


Is your facility just for men?

No. Our Men’s Residential Treatment Facility has 40 beds and our Women’s Residential Treatment Facility has 8 beds available for treatment. This service is delivered to adults 18 and older.

What does a typical day look like?

For the female resident schedule, click here.

For the male resident schedule, click here.


What insurances do you accept?


For more information about funding sources, click here.

Take the first step

Contact Harbor Hall today for a confidential assessment.

Call (888) 880-5511 or fill out this form.


Our facilities offer residential treatment, outpatient care, and transitional living, with the appropriate level of care determined by our expert team. All our treatment services strictly adhere to defined policies and procedures and employ evidence-based clinical approaches to ensure effective and tailored care for each individual.

Our Staff

Harbor Hall’s Clinical Staff is a highly trained, professionally licensed and/or certified by the Michigan Certification Board of Addiction Professionals (MCBAP). This multi-disciplinary team reviews treatment progress and makes recommendations for continuing care.


We accept most commercial insurance, Medicaid, and first-party self-pay. For more information on our funding sources, please reach out to us.