Aleda E Lutz VAMC Oscoda CBOC - Oscoda, Michigan

Aleda E Lutz VAMC Oscoda CBOC provides drug and alcohol treatment services to people in Oscoda, MI. They offer treatment in a wide variety of settings such as - Psychotropic Medication.

Aleda E Lutz VAMC Oscoda CBOC knows that there are many types of treatment plans available for individuals in Oscoda. Some of the different treatment methods offered by this facility are: Smoking Tobacco Cessation Counselling. They also provide many specialized programs such as Assertive Community Treatment, Integrated Primary Care Service as well as many others. Also, this treatment facility accepts a few different methods of payment such as Private Health Insurance and Military Insurance.

Aleda E Lutz VAMC Oscoda CBOC

5671 North Skeel Avenue
Oscoda, MI, 48750
Phone Number:
989-747-0026
Aleda E Lutz VAMC Offers the Following Primary Care Services:
Mental Health Treatment Psychotropic Medication
Available Service Settings Provided by Aleda E Lutz VAMC:
Outpatient Drug Rehab
Types of Treatment Approaches offered at This Rehab Facility:
Individual Psychotherapy Group Therapy Cognitive Behavior Therapy Behavior Modification Dual Diagnosis Drug Rehab Trauma Therapy Activity Therapy Telemedicine Therapy Smoking Tobacco Cessation Counselling Vocational Rehabilitation Services
Acceptable Payment Types are:
Private Health Insurance Military Insurance
Additional Special Programs Offered by Aleda E Lutz VAMC:
Persons With Co Occurring Mental And Substance Abuse Disorders Lesbian Gay Bisexual Or Transgender Clients Veterans Active Duty Military Clients Referred From The Court Judicial System Seniors Or Older Adults Persons With Hiv Or Aids Persons Who Have Experienced Trauma Persons With Serious Mental Illness Persons With Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Assertive Community Treatment Persons with Alzheimer's Or Dementia Chronic Disease Illness Management Case Management Court Ordered Outpatient Treatment Diet And Exercise Counseling Education Services Housing Services Intensive Case Management Integrated Primary Care Service Legal Advocacy Nicotine Replacement Therapy Non Nicotine Smoking Tobacco Cessation Medications Persons With Eating Disorders Consumer Run Services Psychosocial Rehabilitation Services Supported Employment Supported Housing Suicide Prevention Services Screening For Tobacco Use Persons With Traumatic Brain Injury
Age Groups that Treatment is Provided for:
Young Adults Adults Seniors
Language Services:
Services For The Hearing-Impaired
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