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Mariners Inn Named One of The Best Rehab Facilities in Detroit 2020 by help.org

Mariners Inn 445 Ledyard Street Detroit, MI 48201 313-962-9446 marinersinn.org At Mariners Inn, men with a substance use disorder receive the help they need to live sober and reenter society. Residential treatment is often the first step for patients at Mariners Inn, where they participate in a combination of 12-step principles, cognitive behavioral therapy, and motivational interviewing. The program also includes expressive arts and evidence-...

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Mariners Inn Receives 2020 Best of Detroit Award

Press Release FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Mariners Inn Receives 2020 Best of Detroit Award Detroit Award Program Honors the Achievement DETROIT May 4, 2020 -- Mariners Inn has been selected for the 2020 Best of Detroit Award in the Rehabilitation Center category by the Detroit Award Program. Each year, the Detroit Award Program identifies companies that we believe have achieved exceptional marketing success in their local community and business cat...

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Mariners Inn Celebrates Fifth Consecutive Three-Year CARF Accreditation

Dear Supporters, We are pleased to report to you that Mariners Inn has been accredited for a three-year period for our Residential Treatment, Community Housing, and Outpatient Treatment substance abuse recovery programs. This is the fifth consecutive Three-Year Accreditation that the international accrediting body, CARF, has awarded Mariners Inn. Additionally, the designation includes applied Governance Standards, identifying Mariners Inn’s Bo...

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Mariners Inn to Celebrate Recovery with Art Exhibition

Detroit, MI — July 19, 2018 — Mariners Inn will commemorate their residents’ recovery with the annual “The Art of Transformation: A Celebration of Creativity in Recovery.” The exhibit will feature work from residents and alumni of Mariners Inn while simultaneously giving them a platform to showcase their progression in recovery through art. “When visitors come to the art show they get to see the art created by individuals. They aren't seen as a...

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Mariners Inn celebrates 15 years of CARF Accreditation

CARF International announced that Mariners Inn has been accredited for a three-year period for its Residential Treatment, Community Housing, and Outpatient Treatment substance abuse recovery programs. This is the fifth consecutive Three-Year Accreditation that the international accrediting body has awarded Mariners Inn. Additionally, the designation includes applied Governance Standards, identifying Mariners Inn’s Board of Tru...

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Mariners Inn Receives $300,000 Grant for Recovery Housing

Mariners Inn is pleased to announce it has received a two-year $300,000 grant from the McGregor Fund. These funds will support the Recovery Housing Program. McGregor funding will complement recovery housing funding secured by Mariners Inn via contract with the Detroit Wayne Mental Health Authority. Mariners Inn has provided residential substance abuse treatment services since 1955. The Recovery Housing Program provides se...

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Mariners Inn Receives $74,000 in Grants to Fund Substance Abuse Treatment & Housing

Mariners Inn of Detroit has received $5,000 from The Carls Foundation, $10,000 from DeRoy Testamentary Foundation, $49,000 in funding from the Ethel & James Flinn Foundation, and $10,000 from MGM Resorts Foundation to support its substance abuse treatment, supportive housing, and prevention programming. Serving Southeast Michigan since 1925, Mariners Inn is a nationally acclaimed treatment center focused on allevia...

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Mariners Inn Receives $137,800 in Grants to Fund Residential Youth Prevention Program

Mariners Inn of Detroit has received $50,000 in funding from the Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan and an $87,800 grant from The Jewish Fund to support its Residential Youth Prevention Program (RYPP). Serving Southeast Michigan since 1925, Mariners Inn is a nationally acclaimed treatment center focused on alleviating the problems of homelessness and substance abuse. Mariners Inn provides social services to re...

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Mariners Inn Announces New Board Members

Mariners Inn proudly announces three new members of its Board of Trustees. The Mariners Inn Board consists of 19 committed community members, as well as an Advisory Board of six. Matthew Daniels, Vice President, Retirement Plan Consultant at LoVasco Consulting Group, brings over 15 years of experience and expertise in investment finance to Mariners Inn’s Board of Trustees. A resident of Center Line who holds a Bachelo...

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Batting .1000 in Recovery

At a long-time Detroit community organization, great things are happening. Serving the community since 1925, Mariners Inn provides holistic, compassionate substance abuse treatment to homeless men, assisting them in changing unhealthy behaviors and pursuing whole, healthy, and positive lives. As part of this effort, the men of Mariners Inn started a recovery-focused softball team for the 2015 season. Four local treatment centers – Mariners Inn...

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Mariners Inn to host 90th Anniversary Celebration Nov. 6 at Motor City Casino

DETROIT— September 30, 2015 — Mariners Inn will host its 27th annual River Rhythm gala fundraiser, celebrating 90 years of supporting recovery in metro Detroit, at 6 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 6 at the Sound Board at Motor City Casino. The evening will feature entertainment by Kroon, speed painting by Martina Hahn, a plated dinner, silent and live auctions, and an award ceremony honoring generous community supporters. Dr. Pa...

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Young Men in Recovery Giving Back at Mariners Inn

At a long-time Detroit community organization, great things are happening. Serving the community since 1925, Mariners Inn provides holistic, compassionate substance abuse treatment to homeless men. The Residential Youth Prevention Program (RYPP) was created in 2013 to address the needs affecting young men - including homelessness, mental illness, substance abuse, and criminal behavior. RYPP aims to help young men change maladaptive behaviors and ...

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