Since 2009, Recovery Pathways, LLC has been able to provide outpatient substance abuse and mental health treatment to individuals in over 23 zip codes and multiple counties. It is the mission of Recovery Pathways, LLC to provide compassionate, individualized care in a therapeutic environment. We understand initiating treatment may be overwhelming, thus we strive to offer clear explanations and assistance throughout the treatment process. It is the goal of Recovery Pathways, LLC to encourage treatment success, which is why we deliver evidence-based, strengths-focused treatment in a confidential manner.

Are You Ready to Take Steps Toward Change?

Take the first step and call Recovery Pathways, LLC to see if we are the place for you to begin your recovery process. Simply call 989-928-3566 to talk to an intake specialist today! We can start you in the right direction and get you on the pathways to recovery.


Please call the office at 989-928-3566 to verify if your product is accepted. As insurance plans may vary, it is your responsibility to know what coverage your insurance provides


IF YOU ARE A PATIENT: Please call the office BEFORE your appointment for a screening and to check the status of your appointment.

Recovery Pathways, LLC Response to COVID-19

We at Recovery Pathways, LLC value your health and wellness, and are taking precautions to prevent the spread of COVID-19. As such, the following practices are being implemented:


  1. Essexville and Corunna locations are opened with reduced hours. Other locations are closed or operating in a reduced fashion. Please call prior to coming to any of our locations to verify availability.


  1. All clients will be screened prior to appointments to ensure they are healthy. If you are feeling unwell (i.e. fever, cough, trouble breathing, etc.) DO NOT come to the office. Call us at 989-928-3566 (or 989-494-0404 for Corunna clients) and discuss options with your provider.


  1. If you are at higher risk for developing serious complications from this illness (i.e. older adults or people with chronic medical conditions) and are unable to attend your appointment, call the office as soon as possible to discuss options with your treatment provider.


  1. Visitors not receiving services will be asked to remain in their vehicle(s), or if possible, remain at home during your session.


  1. Drug court clients: All color lines and drops are temporarily discontinued. Contact your probation agent for further direction


  1. Our office facilities are being cleaned and sanitized regularly and all staff has been trained in proper hygiene and communicable disease prevention and management.


Further steps you can take to prevent the spread of illness include:

  • Frequently washing your hands with soap and water, or if not available, using hand sanitizer.
  • Cover your nose and mouth when coughing or sneezing.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.
  • Avoid contact with people who are sick.
  • Stay home if you are sick and contact your healthcare provider.

For more details, please visit https://www.michigan.gov/coronavirus

MI Department of Health & Human Services Offers Mental Well-being Resources

We’re all connected and in this together. If you or someone you know is feeling emotional distress due to the COVID-19 pandemic, MDHHS is now offering help. There are many ways to connect with emotional-support services without the need to leave home. If you’re struggling, reach out for information and tools to stay well, every day. Because a new day is coming. Learn more at Michigan.gov/StayWell.