Founded in 1959 by the Felician Sisters, St. Mary Mercy Livonia Hospital provides medical and mental health services in Livonia, Michigan. As a member of the Saint Joseph Mercy Health System, St. Mary Mercy offers outpatient treatment as the primary method of treatment, with inpatient treatment available for clients with severe co-occurring disorders. The outpatient track offers a safe and supportive environment for clients to pursue their recovery while still living at home.
Treatment and Staff
SMM offers an Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) that meets Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 9 am to 12 pm. All clients are assessed prior to admission which helps the clinical staff develop an individualized treatment plan and determine the need for detox. In the event that clients require detox, referrals are given to trusted community resources.
Upon enrollment, clients are immediately introduced to 12-step work. Clients are expected to attend meetings and develop a support network outside of treatment. The average length of time spent in IOP is eight to 10 weeks.
SMM clinical staff utilize group and individual therapy. Groups include psychoeducation to address stress management, relapse prevention, withdrawal and the addiction as a disease model. There is also an Early Recovery Group (ERG) for clients who have completed 30 days of recovery. This track can be implemented as a form of aftercare or can be attended in tandem with the IOP track. The ERG meets once per week for 90 minutes for a total of eight weeks. The group helps clients stay connected to their recovery and each other.
Clients are seen by a wide range of clinical staff members. The behavioral health center of SMM include CSW, psychologists, psychiatrists, psychiatric nurses and CADACs. If clients have additional concerns outside of mental health concerns, they may be referred to the main hospital for assistance. Medication management is available as well as Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) under the supervision of addictionologists.
The SMM chemical dependency program offers additional counseling services including marital and family sessions. More intensive inpatient treatment is available for clients if they have been diagnosed with primary mental health conditions that are more severe than their chemical dependency.
St. Mary Mercy Livonia Hospital offers a chemical dependency program for adults that focuses on the 12 steps and psychoeducation. Clients learn about addiction and how to prevent relapse once they are discharged, and develop a community of peers in recovery to support lasting sobriety. All services are individualized to the client so they feel comfortable and cared for during their initial steps in recovery.
St. Mary Mercy Livonia Hospital
36475 5 Mile Rd
Livonia, MI 48154
St. Mary Mercy Livonia Hospital Cost: Insurance accepted. Reach St. Mary Mercy Livonia Hospital by phone at (734) 655-4800. Find St. Mary Mercy Livonia Hospital on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Google+
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