Wishing you and yours a happy and safe Thanksgiving.
The office will be closed November 28th & 29th.
WELCOME: New Board Member & New Staff Member

Phillip Hunter, (MA, LLP, CAADC, CCS), Alliance Board of Directors
Phillip has been with Meridian Health Services since 2016 and is the Clinical Manager of Residential Treatment. He has a Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology from the University of Detroit-Mercy. He is a welcome addition to the Board of Directors!

Amanda Choma, Recovery Support Assistant
A graduate of Michigan State University, Amanda joins the team to work specifically on Save A Life Narcan Training's , Resolve, and Shatter the Stigma programming needs. She is also a volunteer coach for Waterford Mott High School dance team and has led the team to grand champions three years in a row! She can be reached directly at achoma@achcmi.org
A new feature to our website allows for many ways to give, and today you can be a part of the solution by providing the much-needed support to help the Alliance continue the good work that we are doing in Oakland County. Give Today

Also, when you shop Black Friday deals or are holiday shopping please go to AmazonSmile which donates to our efforts!

We have expanded our Family & Recovery Support Groups to include all people affected by addiction. We recognize that addiction is devastating to all members in a family as well as the communities that we live in. All are welcome! We also have a special group for those who have lost. Join us at our Grief Group.

For directions and times, go to our calendar here or follow us on Facebook .

Teaming up with local coalitions , non profits and businesses, this life saving opioid overdose reversal tool is free to everyone 18+ who is trained. For locations, times and to sign up please go to our calendar here or follow us on Facebook .
With 19 community prevention coalitions serving 55+ local communities in Oakland County, we are amplifying prevention efforts to keep our youth safe and healthy. Prevention works!

 Visit our website to connect with one in your neighborhood.
(248) 221-7101 achcmi.org
Federal, State, and/or County funding has been provided through the Oakland Community Health Network
Office of Substance Use Disorders to support the project costs.