Domiciliary Residential Rehabilitation Treatment Program - John D. Dingell VA Medical Center, Detroit, Michigan
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John D. Dingell VA Medical Center, Detroit, Michigan

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Domiciliary Residential Rehabilitation Treatment Program

This 50 bed co-ed residential treatment facility is available to assist Veterans who may be homeless and in need of structured treatment to assist them in preparing for a move into permanent housing. Average length of stay in the program is 4 - 6 months and each Veteran works with a multidisciplinary team of staff to develop their own personal treatment plan, addressing the issues and concerns unique to that Veteran.

The DRRTP is both Joint Commission and CARF accredited. Common issues addressed include medical, dental, substance use, mental health, social relationships, and vocational/income concerns.

Location of Service in Medical Center:

This facility is located approximately 10 miles offsite from the Medical Center. The exact address is not published since the program can only treat Veterans who have been admitted into the program.

Contact information:

Chief of the DRRTP, 313.576.1550

Hours of Operation:

24/7

Contact Info

Location

  • located approximately 10 miles offsite

Contact Number(s)

  • 313-576-1550

Hours of Operation

  • seven days a week
    24 hours a day