New Paths, Inc. provides comprehensive substance use disorder treatment for drug and alcohol addictions. Offering multiple levels of rehabilitation, NPI provides an effective level of treatment programming to meet specific clinical needs. Individuals are screened and referred through Region 10/GHS Access Center, have current Medicaid insurance or are eligible through Block Grant funding. Individuals also have the ability to self-pay for treatment services.

Our Vision

The vision of New Paths, Inc. is to be an effective and dynamic force in the treatment of behavioral health while recognizing the individuality of the person served.

Our Mission

Our mission is one of providing individuals an opportunity to change their lives. We are committed to utilizing innovative, evidence-based pathways to assist individuals in achieving and sustaining a healthy quality of life.

  • New Paths remains open
  • New Paths continues to follow the Covid-19 guidelines set forth by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services and the CDC.
  • If you are experiencing Covid-19 symptoms a Covid PCR test is required for admission or there will be a 14 day waiting period to be admitted.
  • Masks are required for all employees, clients, and visitors when entering our main facility.
  • Personal Protection Equipment is available upon request for all clients and employees.
  • A Covid-19 vaccine is not required but highly encouraged due to the communal living environment.
  • Covid testing is available for all New Paths clients and employees.


  • All New Paths programs are accepting new admissions.
  • The 23-hour Sobering Facility is open and accessible 24/7.
  • The Substance Abuse Testing office is open and accepting referrals.
  • Outside visitors are limited. Please contact New Paths for more information.
    If you have any questions please contact New Paths at 810-233-5340.
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