A Southeast Michigan 501(c)(3) Non-profit organization
Our Detox resources provide a safe, recovery-based place for alcoholics and drug addicts who want to
safely withdraw from drugs and alcohol. Detox services are available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
In addition to monitoring symptoms of detoxification, their staff introduce new clients to the recovering
community, as well as the philosophies and traditions of Twelve Step programs. During their stay, clients are given an opportunity to attend daily 12-Step meetings, receive education on the recovery process,
and meet with support staff to form a suitable aftercare plan.
Peake Recovery believes in the power of the recovering community. We rely on this community to show
residents first hand that they can get better.
Detox staff have a special heart for addicts and alcoholics; they welcome clients with optimism and hope for real healing.
Peake Recovery and our Detox resources work together to combine a number of services into an
integrated recovery home that meets the fundamental needs of individuals who are looking for a way
out of the addicted life.
Assessment– When a client arrives, we assess overall health and medical risks, identify the client’s
problem areas, strengths, needs and resources.
Treatment– Though clients only stay 3 to 5 days, they are busy every day with recovery activities. Detox
staff oversee withdrawal, do assessments and begin planning for the next step in recovery. We briefly
educate clients about addiction, explore goals and options, and impart hope that recovery is possible.
Mutual Aid Groups – Detox program activities emphasize the 12 Steps and the power of the recovering
community. Clients are encouraged to develop a 12 Step based support system.
Combined with Peake Recovery’s other programs (residential services, transitional housing and
outreaches), Detox offers a true continuum of care—and tangible hope to those who suffer from alcohol
and drug addiction. We welcome individuals who want to change their lives—we understand what
you’re going through. We can help.
If you have an addiction and want to find a better way, please call our office and talk with our staff.