Growth Works, Plymouth, Michigan
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Overview of Growth Works
Growth Works is a substance abuse and mental health treatment center, which is located in Plymouth, Michigan. This facility got established in 1971 with the objective to keep the local children in a safe environment so as to lessen the likelihood of delinquency and substance abuse. As of now, this rehab center provides support to family and youth struggling with addiction and substance abuse.
Growth Works carries the treatment program in three different locations, namely Plymouth, Garden City, and Canton, in order to serve the community. This facility offers case management solutions, family services, and chemical dependency programs all across Wayne County.
This treatment center offers outpatient and residential programs for adults and adolescents respectively. This facility even provides school-based programs and community support programs, along with family services. These community support programs are specially designed to provide better healthcare, safe housing, and emergency services.
The success of Growth Works lies behind its capability to bring community leaders and other organizations together in order to produce resources for individuals who are in need. Growth Works shares a great partnership with public officials, Wayne County Schools, non-profit organizations, and police departments. With all this support, this treatment center strives to create a positive environment for its clients.
Treatment Options at Growth Works
Growth Works provides several treatment options to meet the specific needs of its clients. An individualized treatment plan is designed for clients by clinicians after a comprehensive health assessment. Some of the treatment options available at this facility include:
- Case Management Services
- Substance Abuse and Dependency Program
- School-Based Program
- Supervised Parenting and Visitation Program
- Community Support Program
- Dual Diagnosis
- Juvenile Justice Programs
- Family Services
In order to provide a high-end treatment, this facility offers a wide range of therapy choices. However, treatment is solely based on evidence-based programs along with the 12-steps approach. Some of these therapy choices include the following:
- 12-Step Meetings
- Individual Therapy
- Group Therapy
- Relapse Prevention
- Medication Management
Payment Options and Insurances
Growth Works accepts payments through self-pay or various insurance plans. Some of the private and state-financed insurances accepted at this facility include the following:
- Western American Health
- Blue Cross and Blue Shield
- United Behavioral Health Plan
- Tricara North
- UPMC Health Plan
- High Mark Health and Living
- Great Western American Health
- Health Smart
- Licensed by the Joint Commission
- Licensed by Detroit-Wayne Mental Health Authority
- Licensed by Wayne County Department of H.V.C.W
- Accredited by Wolverine Human Services
- Accredited by Plymouth Community United Way
- Accredited by Community Mental Health Partnership
Growth Works’ Amenities
Growth Works provides a wide range of chemical dependency services such as prevention, residential programs for teens, intervention, aftercare, and outpatient programs. This facility makes use of 12-step meetings to ensure a better recovery experience. Aftercare programs at this facility comprise group therapy, family, and individual sessions.
At Growth Works, clients get to know about life skills and relapse prevention strategies in a gender-separated session. Families can also be a part of the program where they have to attend therapy as well as education sessions.
Community support programs at this facility are run with the help of non-profit organizations, which ensure safe housing, emergency services, and healthcare for domestic abuse victims and the elderly. The length and intensity of the treatment depend on the commitment, willingness, and needs of an individual, which lasts up to six months.
Growth Works is one of the leading social service providers in Southeast Michigan that supports families and youth all across the region. Its client-centered and innovative treatment programs set it apart from other treatment centers.
About Growth Works’ Staff
A dedicated team of professionals stands behind the continuing success of Growth Works from the past 40 years. The staff at Growth Works comprises Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselors (LADCs), Licensed Clinical Social Workers (LCSWs), licensed therapists, counselors, therapists, nurse practitioners, and social workers. Some of the notable personalities of Growth Works and their respective roles are listed below:
Director of Community Relations
Brian Spitsbergen serves the Growth Works team as Director of Community Relations. He is a dedicated member of Growth Works from the past 24 years. He completed his master’s in Substance Abuse and Addiction Counseling from the University of Detroit Mercy. He holds a doctorate degree in Counselor Education from Oakland University. He is also a licensed advanced alcohol and drug counselor. Spitsbergen is serving in the field of human services for over 25 years.
Klotz Jessica serves the Growth Works team as Program Director. She is a member of Growth Works from the past 18 years. She joined this facility as ARTx Operations Supervisor in January 2001. She became the Program Director in December 2015. She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LMSW), Certified Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor (CAADC), and Certified Coding Specialist (CCS). She completed her bachelor’s degree in Community Organization from the University of Michigan.
Chief Financial Officer
Nick Griswold joined the team of Growth Works as Chief Administrative Officer in February 2017. He now serves the board as Chief Financial Officer. Before joining Growth Works, he served as Elections Committee Chair at Michigan School Business Officials. Griswold was even the President of Wayne County School Business Officials till January 2017. He completed his bachelor’s degree from the Ferris State University.
Plymouth, MI, 48170
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