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Alternative To Incarceration for Substance Abusers (ATI)

Pretrial - Sentenced - Misdemeanor

Program Information

ATI offers substance abuse treatment in a variety of settings, lasting up to 30 days, for misdemeanants whose criminal conduct is directly related to drug/alcohol using or addiction. Offenders may be sentenced to treatment in lieu of jail time or ordered as a condition of bond. For the first time, sentencing District Courts may quickly access residential treatment specifically designed to effectively treat the offender with serious drug/alcohol problems.
Program Features
  • transportation
  • intake assessment and evaluation
  • treatment, discharge and aftercare planning
  • daily group therapy
  • weekly individual therapy
  • 24 hour staff supervision of a highly structured treatment regimen
  • on-site 12 Step meetings
  • GED/Adult Education classes
  • HIV/STD education
  • budget and life skills
  • non-denominational worship services
  • PBT and random urinalyses and contraband searches
  • regular written progress reports
Treatment Facilities Oakland County Community Corrections currently has contracts with various treatment facilities. 
Eligibility Non violent male and female, misdemeanor offenders, 17 years or older, whose treatment is pre-authorized by the Oakland County Community Corrections Division. Offenders must have a minimum of 30 days jail to be suspended in lieu of treatment.
Charge Appropriateness

l Offender must have a demonstrable substance abuse problem/addiction

Cost Funding is provided by Oakland County Community Corrections Division.
Authorization FAX a  referral form to 248.451.2319 or call:

Oakland County Community Corrections - Lisa Smith at 248.451.2337