Henry Ford Health System - Maplegrove Center Philosophy
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Areas of Specialization
Residential Treatment, Process Abuse Treatment
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ABOUT HENRY FORD HEALTH SYSTEM - MAPLEGROVE CENTER
The Maplegrove Center is the addiction recovery unit of the Henry Ford West Bloomfield Hospital, located 30 miles northwest of Detroit. Like many recovery centers affiliated with hospitals, it doesn’t offer a standard 30-day residential treatment track. Rather, each client follows an individual program and residential treatment tends to be kept to a minimum.
TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT
The full spectrum of treatment starts with medical detox, featuring 24/7 supervision by medical professionals. Once clients are stable, they progress to the next level of care, which could be residential (generally lasting less than a month), day treatment (for those who have stable homes but require intensive, all-day care), intensive outpatient or outpatient, depending on the individual’s need for supervision. Those who stay on as residents participate in a balance of group, individual, and family counseling. They are monitored by psychiatrists, who manage depression, anxiety, and other mood-related issues.
The 12-Steps are a foundational component of treatment at Maplegrove Center, as is education for individuals and their families on the nature of addiction and recovery. The center also offers holistic and extracurricular activities such as acupuncture, yoga, and meditation. Outpatient care combines 12-step work, group and individual counseling, and marital or family counseling.
The center runs a Suboxone treatment program, along with complementary counseling and follow-up. Also on offer are a number of special programs, including dedicated provisions for women, adolescents and healthcare professionals, plus programs for gambling addiction and those who have suffered multiple relapses.
The treatment team at Maplegrove consists of a medical director/physician who is board-certified in child and adolescent psychiatry and addiction medicine, a service chief board-certified in internal medicine, a physician who specializes in family medicine, and an inpatient provider certified as a family nurse practitioner. The center also employs a clinical manager of therapy, an inpatient clinical director, a community education coordinator, as well as several licensed social workers and therapists.
ACCOMMODATIONS & AMENITIES
There is currently limited information regarding the specific living arrangements for Maplegrove residents, but the center was founded in 1977 and pictures featured on the facility’s website indicate the décor likely hasn’t been updated since then.
WHAT ALUMNI SAY
Reviews from alumni indicate that the accommodations and food are fair but not spectacular. The program itself, however, generally received positive reviews, despite the poor marks for holistic offerings.
Most alumni tended to report that they left Maplegrove with the tools they needed to continue a sober life, and that they would recommend the center. Alum Rich told Rehabs.com that his stay was worth the cost of treatment, adding: “I'm still in recovery today.” And an anonymous alum wrote: “I was only there for a few days, but in those days I came out a better person who wanted to be better. It has been three years and I am still going strong!! It all started there, they made me feel like I could do anything.” An anonymous alum struggling with depression commented: “The people there helped me to feel comfortable being there, made me understand my illness is not my entire person, just a part of me. They gave me strength and understanding of my illness I didn't get from regular counseling or therapy.”
Not all reviews collected were positive. Alum D.S.L. told Rehabs.com they were misdiagnosed and should have been treated for dual diagnosis as opposed to simply substance abuse, though they added that the misdiagnosis was not the facility’s fault. Meanwhile, an anonymous alum told Rehabs.com that they felt their inpatient time was rushed, and that the facility should do more to encourage insurance companies to pay for extra time. Other criticisms included a lack of personal attention, daily exercise time, and “fun” activities.
WHAT FRIENDS & FAMILY SAY
Loved ones of former patients expressed mainly positive comments about the facility. Reviewer B.J.W. told Rehabs.com: “My daughter had gone to 5 rehabs and a mental home in one year. Her final visit was to Maplegrove. She was entered into the treatment facility after a emergency room visit. The staff was welcoming and supportive. My daughter has now been clean nearly 2 years.” In addition, an anonymous reviewer called his brother’s treatment “successful” and added that “they helped my brother kick his addiction.”
The Maplegrove Center accepts a wide variety of insurance providers, including Aetna, Blue Cross, Cigna, Humana, United HealthCare, TRICARE Standard, and many others. The hospital also offers financial assistance in the form of discounted rates for uninsured patients who qualify.
Updated March 2016
Published on February 2017
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