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Harbor Light

Detox, Residential, and Outpatient Substance Abuse Treatment

Take Action Now At One of Our Three Locations

Detroit Campus

3737 Lawton Street
Detroit, MI. 48208

Macomb Campus

42590 Stepnitz
Clinton Twp., MI 48036

Monroe Campus

3250 North Monroe Street
Monroe, Michigan 48162


Refer a Loved One

Michigan Addiction Services

If you have experienced addiction first-hand or with a loved one, you know the toll it can take on the mental and physical well-being of its victims. Hope is the answer. By extending a helping hand, the Salvation Army Harbor Light Recovery Program provides a beacon of light to those seeking recovery.

How The Salvation Army Harbor Light System Helps

In 1939, The Salvation Army opened the doors on its first Harbor Light center in Detroit. This has since grown into the largest drug rehabilitation in the state and is known as The Eastern Michigan Salvation Army Harbor Light System.

There are three locations that offer bed and bread programs, sheltering up to 750 clients and serving 1.7 million meals each year. The Salvation Army Harbor Light System aims to end hunger and homelessness from the lives of our recovering clients. Harbor Light opens its doors every day of the year.

Levels of Care


Length: 3-5 days

Medication assisted treatment including Suboxone.

Residential Treatment

Length: 30-90 days

Individual, group, and family therapy and peer support.


Flexible outpatient schedules including daytime, evening, and weekend sessions.

Case Management

Get connected to additional supportive services to help achieve your recovery goals.

How To Take Action

Step 1

Walk in or call to meet with a Care Coordinator

24 hours a day, 7 days a week

Phone: 313-556-5555

Step 2

An initial assessment will be provided and a Care Coordinator will discuss services tailored to meet your specific needs.

Step 3

Meet with your Recovery Care Team dedicated to helping you rebuild all aspects of your life. You'll be treated with respect and compassion as we guide you through an individualized care plan.

Our Programs

Harbor Light includes an inpatient residential rehab program that offers a wide variety of support for the early stages of recovery. During the detox stage, clients receive a physical exam, go through drug screening and are referred to next-level care. For those admitted to the residential inpatient program, food, shelter and support aid them on their journey to a drug-free life. This includes spiritual counseling and support groups.

Our outpatient and other services focus on helping women and children suffering abuse as well as legal aid and case management services. This includes transition services for veterans, temporary shelter and help with utilities as clients work towards independence following recovery.

A Place Of New Beginnings

At Harbor Light, you'll experience:

Offering hope to individuals and families starting their journey to recovery from substance abuse.


Experience a sense of peace in knowing you have a recovery team of people helping you every step of the way


Witness and achieve the fulfillment of your dreams of a healthy and happy life.

Contact Us For More Information

We are a place of new beginnings. If you know someone who would benefit from our services, we would love to hear from you. Don't let the sun set on another day of the darkness that accompanies addiction. Instead, let the Salvation Army Harbor Light program be your bridge back to life. Call us at 313-556-5555 to learn more about our services.


The Salvation Army is here
to help those struggling with addiction.


Federal, State and/or Local funding has been provided to support project cost.
The Salvation Army complies with applicable Federal civil rights Laws and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability or sex.