About Mariners Inn
The first step for most men entering Mariners Inn. We provide services to men who are at least 18 years of age and have substance use or co-occurring disorders.Learn More
The Strengthening Families Program at Mariner's Inn provides services and is dedicated to educating and counseling the families of clients in substance abuse treatment.Learn More
Mariners Inn News
Clay has been a resident of Mariners Inn’s Extended Residency since March 2012.As the most senior member of the current residents, he has seen and been part of the many changes that have occurred in the housing program in that time. In the beginning of Clay’s stay, behavioral changes in his recovery process were not a priority.His willingness to help and be positive to others was almost nonexistent. With continued time in recovery, the change...Read More
Exercise and Recovery
Addiction impacts people from every walk of life and no one’s experience will be the same. Someone questioning whether their marijuana use is more than a recreational habit will approach recovery differently than someone struggling with long-term painkiller addiction. Addiction treatment comes in many forms, as well. Popular culture paints drug rehab as hospital beds, IV drips and group counseling sessions. These resources are present in many t...Read More
Mariners Inn Employee Angelo Glenn Named to National Black Leadership Commission on AIDS Board of Directors
National Black Leadership Commission on AIDS, Inc. Names Angelo Glenn as New Board of Directors Member (July 21, 2015, New York, NY) – The National Black Leadership Commission on AIDS, Inc. (NBLCA) is pleased to announce the election of Angelo Glenn of Detroit, Michigan, as a member of the Board of Directors at the organization’s Annual Board of Directors meeting on June 17. Angelo Glenn serves as Director of the Substance Use Disorder Prevent...Read More
I'm just so excited. From seeing (my father) change...they have gave me my dad back.
Portia, Daughter of Alumni
Mariners Inn has helped me to love myself. they helped me regain my love for my life and my children's life. In essence, they loved me until I learned to love myself and I will forever be grateful.
Mariners Inn serves as an anchor for those struggling to navigate the treacherous waters of homelessness and substance abuse through a wide range of social service programs that achieve the best possible outcomes for adults, families and youth affected by addiction.Our History