Key Development Center, Inc. provides services to persons 11 years and older, assessed as having either substance abuse or dependency as determined by the Diagnostic Statistical Manual (DSM-IV). Our philosophy is that addiction to alcohol and other drugs is a treatable disease that can be addressed at any point.
Services include individual sessions, group sessions, family sessions, psychiatric services, or a combination of any of these based on individual needs. KDC offers specialty programs to address the unique needs of women and adolescents.
All services are designed to encourage growth of the whole person-socially, emotionally and vocationally. All services are confidential and in compliance with state and federals laws. A sliding fee scale is available; no one is denied services due to the lack of their ability to pay.
addiction is destructive for those who
suffer from it and the people who love them.
Addiction is a chronic disease with set of complex behaviors. Effective treatment should include a combination of culturally competent therapies that consider: age, race, culture, language, sexual orientation, gender, pregnancy status, housing and employment, physical disability, the existence of a co-occurring mental illness and any past history of physical and sexual abuse.
Initiating substance abuse treatment at the stage of change where the client is at encourages the client: a) to recognize a problem behavior, b) to regard positive change to be in their best interest, c) to feel competent to change, d) to develop a plan for change, and e) to take action. Understanding the stages of change empowers and assists the client in making changes in their own lives.
Recovery is a process and relapse prevention is a tool to help the client understand the addiction cycle and the need to develop alternative strategies to cope with daily life.
Increasing the client's knowledge and skills to access available resources for adjustment to life on the outside significantly reduces the risk of relapse and recidivism.
The support of the family, friends and the community is a critical factor in maintaining sobriety.
Outpatient Treatment: Services may include individual sessions, group sessions, family sessions, psychiatric services, or a combination of any of these based on individual needs. KDC offers specialty programs to address the unique needs of women and adolescents.
Co-Occurring Treatment meets the special needs of clients with both a substance abuse and mental health diagnosis. A psychiatrist provides evaluation and medication monitoring. Scheduled by appointment
Welcome: Those individuals who are identified as having a substance abuse disorder or a substance abuse disorder and a co-occurring mental health disorder shall be welcomed at every KDC operated and contracted program.
Recipient Rights Recipients of substance abuse services have rights protected by the state and federal laws and promulgated rules. For information, contact Rose Carter at 810-220-8192, or Recipient Rights Coordinator, Michigan Department of Community Health, Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services, Bureau of Substances Abuse, 320 South Walnut St., 5th Floor, Lansing, MI 48913.