Clinical Interests: Addiction Treatment, Alcohol Abuse and Treatment, Chemical Dependency, Detox, Rehab, Teen Substance Abuse.
Henry Ford Health System - Maplegrove Center
Paying for Treatment
- Insurance is Accepted
- Financing is Available
- Medicare is not Accepted
- Medicaid is not Accepted
Maplegrove Center views addiction as a primary illness that impacts the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual health of patients and their families. Addiction is a progressive illness that deteriorates health, compromises personal values, and affects our responsibilities as an adult, adolescent, spouse, parent, student, employee and participant in society. Inherited biological factors can influence addiction. However, addiction also develops over time as a result of social, physical and psychological influence. Without intervention, addiction becomes uncontrolled and potentially fatal.
Henry Ford Health System - Maplegrove Center Reviews and Ratings Details
The following is based on a combination of Surveys of Alumni, Staff, Loved Ones, and Reviews and Ratings from around the web.
Reviews at a Glance
The treatment was good but not long enough. Knowledgeable staff. Staff had more to do than time to do it.
Great staff of people who truly cared about giving the best help. People who worked there and presented classes, etc. seemed to really care about helping. There was very little down time where there w...
Insurance coverage is the biggest problem. Knowledgeable and well-trained staff.
My brother was satisfied with everything.
I attended Maple Grove and found it to be very professional. I would recommend it to anyone who is serious about breaking their addiction. The people at Maple Grove really care about you and act like ...
Worst place ever, no one cares, they come in do the bare minimum and go home. They dont care on a personal level. The food is horrible and the classes stink. If u want help go somewhere else trust me ...
This is an excellent facility with caring staff. I was very sick when I entered and the staff acted with urgency to get me medication to feel better. I enjoyed the treatment classes as well as the yo...
I was only there for a few days, but in those days I can 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 lik...
It was an excellent facility.
If you've come to a point in your life where you are ready to make a change do not, I repeat, do not go there. I recently attended my evaluation - my 90 minute meeting after waiting well over an hour ...
Good area,good staff,been open a long time. Doesnt offer any fun things, excercise, gift shop, activities for residents to partake in. There isbt much for the residents family to participate in with t...
This facility herds them in and herds them out-IMO-THEY ARE GOOD FOR DETOX ONLY My son was there for 2 weeks in Nov 2015. His therapist spoke such broken English that you couldn\'t understand her. He ...
Strong family program and good didactics; Loved the facilitator of the family share group. Outdated facility and amenities inadequate opportunities for recreational or leisure activities no choice o...
It was successful treatment; they helped my brother kick his addiction.
Recovery classes were a strength. Food and exercise options should improve. Overall good experience, days were kept to a strict regimen which is critical
The staff is amazing. The cost is way to much for most people to seek help, you get what you put into it
Everyone seems really knowledgeable and friendly. It was in a safe location. It was pretty expensive and very exclusive.
Its sense of community and quality of treatment. My brother attended and hugely benefitted from their care.
I must be an anomaly or maybe things have changed. I entered the facility voluntarily to stop pain meds I no longer needed. ... I survived the inept staff, but no one else should have to.
personal attention was a strength, but the stay wasn't long enough. The person has to want help for any Rehab to be beneficial
It helped my brother recover from alcohol addiction but not my sister in law....so I'm unsure of their success rate. It was also very expensive.
I like how they work in conjunction with Henry Ford hospital and they're on the same grounds. Also, the availability of counselors was excellent.
I went here in 2011 for in-patient detox and stayed for a few days. I was battling a heavy addiction to Xanax at age 18 and went here on my own accord. The therapists were kind, the patients were okay...
It was just the beginning of a long and fruitful journey. Been clean for 29 years.
Generally a well run facility. Not their fault I was misdiagnosed. Treated for substance abuse instead of Dual Diagnosis. Great place. Well worth it.
Personal attention was a strength. The stay wasn't long enough. The person has to want help for any Rehab to be beneficial
Just felt they were getting their money for court-ordered rehab with lousy services and bad counsellors.
Facility should fight insurance companies harder for more in-patient time. 10 days is rushed/too little. Great staff and facility
Overall a good program
I think that they work with you. The doctors make sure that you get the meds that you need to make sure you don't have such a hard withdrawal. They helped me with my addiction and bipolar disorder. Th...
The staff is so caring, they don't make you feel bad in anyway for the illness you have, even though you are going through a rough time with it. It really needs updating, decor, options for activities...
They were good at understanding problems and addressing them. They were well experienced. However, there were not many visiting hours.
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 ...
Great place to get clean.
I'm still in recovery today. The only thing lacking, would be to have more exercise time. They didn't provide time for daily exercise.
They are good at running their business, and offering the right kind of help. They fail to connect to the patients on a more personal level. Overall it is a nice facility with a lot going for it. I ju...
free, do not insist the patient particapate in treatment. Son was placed in this facility for mental problems and released after 5 days without any change. State laws do not force mental patients to ...
Maplegrove was an excellent experience. They taught me about the disease and told me that I will not be a success without AA. A 12 step program was my only hope. I listened to that and they were right...
- Residential Treatment
Residential treatment programs provide housing (food and meals) in addition to treatment for substance abuse. Some facilities offer only short-term residential treatment, some offer only long-term treatment and others offer both, ranging from a few days to many months, based on patient needs.
- Process Abuse Treatment
Not all addictions involve mood-altering chemicals. The term “process addiction” describes the unhealthy use of behaviors (including eating, gambling, sexual activity, shopping, internet use, etc.) that has spiraled out of control and into the realm of addiction.
Gilly, Philip A., M.D., FAAFP -
Tom Ghena, LMSW - Administrative Director
Specialties include: Addiction, Addicted Healthcare Professionals, Athletes with Substance Abuse Disorders, Marriage and Family.
This Center is Known For...
- 12-Step Meetings
- Individual Counseling
- Urge-Management Programs
- No Detox Services
- No Behavioral Disorder Treatment
- No Dual-Diagnosis Treatment
- Yes Outpatient Services
- No Sober Living Home
- No Day School
- No Private Rooms
- No Pet Friendly
- No Exceptionally LGBT Friendly
- No Men Only
- No Women Only
- Average Location/Amenities
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