Individual and Family Resources
U-M provides extensive tools for those struggling with opioid use disorder (OUD) both through the University directly and via stakeholder partnerships. Resources for families, individuals and communities are available to support those affected by the opioid crisis.
Opioid Use Disorder (OUD) Treatment and Recovery Resources
Support for Families and Individuals
- Families Against Narcotics (FAN): A community-based program for those seeking recovery, those in recovery, family members affected by addiction and community supporters. FAN seeks to change the face of addiction, dispel the stigma of addiction and educate the community, as well as those affected by addiction.
- Free eBook: A Comprehensive Resource for Families with a Teen or Young Adult Struggling with Opioid Use
- Prevent Opioid Overdose: Take A.C.T.I.O.N. and save a life by recognizing the signs of an overdose and learning how to administer naloxone.
- Reduce Opioid-Related Stigma: Stigmatizing opioid use disorder and addiction is dangerous and potentially damaging. Learn how to avoid stigmatizing people with opioid use disorders.
- University of Michigan Addiction Treatment Services (UMATS): UMATS offers assessment, diagnosis, and treatment personalized for individuals and their families. Our services are based on successful models of care and the wisdom of recovering individuals, supported by research, and delivered with compassion, hope, and respect for diversity. Our doctors are certified to prescribe buprenorphine (Suboxone®) as indicated for opioid detoxification or maintenance treatment, in combination with psychosocial therapy. Telephone: 734-764-0231 or toll-free 1-800-525-5188
- Evaluations, consultations, and referrals
- Treatment for health professionals
- Intensive outpatient programs for adults (morning) and adolescents (mid-afternoon)
- Psychiatric evaluations and treatment
- Individual, group, couples, and family therapy
- Psychiatric and addiction medications
- Outpatient detoxification for alcohol and other drugs when medically safe
- Behavioral Health Treatment Services Locator
- Buprenorphine Practitioner Locator
- National Helpline: 1-800-662-HELP (4357) OR 1-800-487-4889 (TTY) = Free, confidential treatment referral and information, 24/7.
Pain Management Resources
- CDC Information for Patients
- Non-Medication Options for Pain Management
- Non-Opioid Medication Treatments for Pain
- Understanding Pain After Surgery