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Alcohol, Substance Abuse Services and Support

  • Western U.P. Substance Abuse Service Coordinating Agency & Assessment Service
    902 West Sharon Avenue
    Houghton MI 49930
    (906) 482-7473
    Provides assessment and referral services for substance abuse issues
    FEES: Sliding scale
  • Phoenix House
    (906) 337-0763
    Provides residential and outpatient services
  • Smart Recovery
    (906) 337-2310
    Free self help program for recovery from addictive behavior. This is not a 12-Step Recovery program, it is based on cognitive behavioral methods.
  • Copper Country Support Groups
    Helpful website gives times and locations of various support groups, as well as other alcohol/drug abuse information and treatment.






Dial Help Community Support Center

609 Sheldon Avenue

Houghton, MI 49930

Helpline:  (906) 482-HELP (4357)

UP Toll Free Helpline:  (800) 562-7622

24/7 Victim Services:  (866) 611-5589


  • Free confidential counseling and advocacy to victims of crime or abuse.
  • No sliding scale (fee based) for general individual, couples and group counseling for personal and mental health issues
  • Some insurances are accepted



Barbara Kettle Gundlach Shelter Home

P0 Box 8

Calumet, MI 49913

24 Hour Crisis Line: (906) 337-5623

Toll Free in the UP.: 1-888-337-5623

FEES: All services are free and confidential

  • Temporary shelter for victims and their children in abusive relationships
  • Individual counseling and support groups for residents and non-residents
  • Information and referral to appropriate agencies



Copper Country Community Mental Health Services

Main Office:

Rice memorial Center

901 West Memorial Drive

Houghton, MI 49931

(906) 482-9400


Rice Memorial Center - CLK Branch Office

1125 Calumet Avenue

Calumet, MI 49913

(906) 337-5810

FEES: based on ability to pay


To access routine Mental Health Services in the Upper Peninsula contact the Northcare Network


200 W Spring Street, Suite 2, Marquette, MI 49855

NorthCare 1-888-333-8030 or 906-225-7254

FOR SUBSTANCE ABUSE contact NorthCare Central Diagnostic and Referral agency at: 906-225-7222 or 1-800-305-6564





Copper Island Behavioral Health

801 Quincy Street

Hancock, MI 49930

(906) 482-9440

Contact: Tom Collins, LMSW, LPC, CAAC

FEES: insurances accepted and sliding scale


Indigo Creek Counseling

Jutila Center for Global Design and Business

Suite 606

Hancock MI 49930

(906) 281-4852

Contact: Kim Menzel, LMSW, ACSW

FEES: insurances accepted


North Coast Counseling Services, LLC

300 Dunstan Street

Hancock, MI  49930

Contact: Tim Payment, MS, LPC, NCC, ICAADC

(906) 523-5580

FEES: accepts UPHP Medicaid & most insurances offered in the UP, sliding scale


Psychology Associates

56730 Calumet Avenue

Calumet MI 49913

Contact: Robert Sharkey, PhD LP

(906) 337-6839

FEES: insurance accepted and sliding scale


Western Upper Peninsula Health Department

Environmental health, reproductive health, disease prevention, pregnant women and children services, WIC, immunizations and health and wellness

UPCAP (Upper Peninsula Commission for Area Progress

Local human services information and 211 call center

Keweenaw Family Resource Center

Programs that focus on families with children from birth to four years

Bridges for Kids

Michigan Veterans' Services


Emergency Veteran Trust Fund

MVTF Main Office:
P.O. Box 30104
Lansing, MI  48909

The Michigan Veterans Trust Fund (MVTF) is a program used when an unforeseen situation has caused a temporary financial emergency or hardship that a grant, if approved, would resolve and the applicant can show that they will be able to meet future expenses.

Michigan Veteran Resource Edirectory

Legal Services of Northern Michigan

Full range of legal serview in most areas of civil law for people who meet federal poverty guidelines or who are 60 years of age or older




All of the following are unofficial links to other web pages on the internet.  The TRiO program and Finlandia University are not responsible for their content. provides information on men, women’s, and children’s health issues.  provides information on issues ranging from adolescent health to reproductive health to healthy aging.  provides help, hope, and support to improve the lives of people with depression or bipolar illness.  provides information on healthy sexual habits and how to make good decisions about sexual health.  provides helpful information about food and nutrition. for smoking cessation information and related topics, and Quit Smoking Community, which has lots of info on smoking and its effects  provides up-to-date information about eating disorders and treatments.  Also, it gives support to individuals and families affected by eating disorders.  The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-TALK (8255) is a 24 hour, toll-free, confidential suicide prevention hotline available to anyone in suicidal crisis, or emotional distress.  By dialing 1-800-273-TALK, the call is routed to the nearest crisis center.  Rape Abuse and Incest National network provides support for sexual assault victims and their loved ones through two hotlines at 1-800-656- HOPE and online at