Day Treatment

Day Treatment is a partial day program for adults (ages 18 years and older). This program offers an intensive, short-term and highly structured level of care designed to provide a step down from from residential treatment or an alternative to inpatient hospitalization for psychiatric illness and substance use disorders.


Clients are supervised while participating in Day Treatment, but sleep at home and maintain their independent functioning and ties to their family and community. The Day Treatment program offers 6-hours of multidisciplinary interventions, five-days per week. Participants receive individualized, goal-oriented treatment to support recovery efforts, whether from mental illness, addiction or both.

Our Services
  • Assessment and Evaluation

  • Individual Counseling

  • Nursing Services

  • Medication Management

  • Psycho-Education

  • Supportive Group Counseling

  • Physician Services

  • Coordination with other healthcare providers

  • Peer Support and Recovery Coaching


Our experienced staff include physicians, psychiatrists, nurses, psychologists, social workers, professional counselors, recovery coaches and recovery technicians, each with a specialization in the care of persons recovering from substance use and or co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders.

Day Treatment program is ideal someone over age 18 who:
  • Has not achieved treatment goals through traditional outpatient services

  • Desires to prevent relapse and potential admission to a higher level of care

  • Has obligations to work, school, etc. that prevent admission to a 24-hour program

  • Needs the structure of an intensive program post discharge from inpatient

Service Location

Oakdale Recovery Center


43825 Michigan Ave, Suite 1

Canton, MI, 48188

Telephone:  (734) 397-3088

Fax:  (734) 397-2892



Monday/Wednesday/Friday 8:30 am - 6:00 pm

Tuesday/Thursday 8:30 am - 6:00 pm

Insurance & Payment

HHI accepts most managed care and insurance programs, including Medicaid, Healthy Michigan,MiChild and Medicare. Persons meeting residency and income restrictions may be eligible for public funding. Major credit cards are accepted.