Residential
thumbnail_sohres.pngSaginaw Odyssey House, Inc. (SOH), is a state-designated
women’s specialty program that provides treatment for pregnant women, women with children, and intravenous drug users. SOH follows the therapeutic community method of treatment, which emphasizes peer support coupled with professional counseling to treat the complex nature of substance use disorders. This method promotes both positive insight and positive growth.
 
128 N. Warren
Saginaw MI 48607
Phone: (989) 754-8598
Admissions: (989) 754-HOPE (4673)
Fax: (989) 754-5154
 
Adult Outpatient

thumbnail_duplex.pngSaginaw Odyssey House’s intensive outpatient services are
for people with substance use disorders (SUD) or dual
diagnoses who do not require medical detoxification or
24-hour supervision. The program is designed to help establishsupports, facilitate relapse management, and instill coping strategies. Our programs are alternatives to inpatient and residential treatment.

239 North Michigan Avenue
Saginaw, MI 48602
(989) 755-7302

Recovery Housing
thumbnail_duplex.pngTransitioning back into everyday life after facing addiction and SUDs can be overwhelming. Odyssey Village provides a number of safe, structured therapeutic recovery housing options that support a lifestyle of lasting recovery. Our governing principle is “self-help and mutual self-help,” where each resident assumes primary responsibility for their own recovery, as well as therecovery of their peers. Residents are offered up to twelve months of residential assistance.
 
(810) 238-5888
(989) 754-HOPE (4673)