The NMSAS Recovery Center is a nonprofit 501 (c) organization dedicated to providing opportunities for individuals to recover from alcohol and other drug addiction. It supports individuals, families and communities toward this mission through its treatment center and peer recovery support services. NMSAS (prounounced “NIM-SASS”) stands for Northern Michigan Substance Abuse Services, Inc.
Board of Directors
Charles Welch – Chair
Richard Entz, MD
The NMSAS Recovery Center
Believes recovery is possible
Recognizes that there are many pathways to recovery and supports individual choice.
Believes that all individuals deserve the right to be treated with respect and dignity.
Believes that all individuals have strengths which we will support.
Believes that “community” however it is defined for an individual, plays an important role in helping to sustain an individual’s recovery
Recognizes the need for strong and coordinated care
Believes in servant leadership.
Methadone treatment, Suboxone treatment and outpatient services may be offered based on Medical staff evaluations.
CARF International – Three Year Accreditation
Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration/Center for Substance Abuse Treatment
US Department of Justice – Drug Enforcement Administration
Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs as a Substance Abuse Program in the following areas: