Substance Use Prevention Programs

Oakland County Health Division offers various, evidence-based, prevention programs, funded by the Oakland Community Health Network, aimed at reducing risky behaviors that lead to substance use and violence. Programs are available for elementary school aged children, pre-teens, teens, or adults.

 Prevention Programming

 Treatment Resources

​​​Access to Oakland Community Health Network Substance Use Services

  • Provides screening, authorization and coordination of services for alcohol and drug treatment services for Oakland County residents with Medicaid, Healthy Michigan, or no insurance
  • Confidential services for persons who have a current dependence on alcohol and/or other drugs
  • Referral information about outpatient substance abuse treatment programs close to home or place of employment
  • Screening and coordination for individuals seeking assistance for intensive outpatient treatment, methadone, and residential substance abuse programs
  • Authorization for continuing care services

Phone: 248-464-6363, if after hours, call Common Ground at 800-231-1127.
Address: 1200 N Telegraph Rd, Building 32 East, Pontiac, MI

 Additional Resources