Mission & History
To be an innovative and effective behavioral healthcare corporation (utilizing the Personalized Nursing LIGHT Model) that strives for excellence clinically as well as administratively. All services will integrate substance use disorder, mental health and primary health care treatment into cohesive, and client-centered programs.
Specifically, our intent is to:
PNLH’s Peer Recovery Coach, April Meadows, shares her story of hope and courageous life journey on local news
Increase client well-being
Decrease addiction severity
Improve the quality of clients’ mental health
Improve clients’ primary physical health
Contribute positively to society.
Personalized Nursing LIGHT House, Inc. (PNLH) is pleased to announce the opening of its gender-specific (female) intensive outpatient and residential treatment program in Canton, Michigan.
This women’s specialty services program is located at 7752 North Canton Center Road, Suite 120, in Canton. The new facility has the capacity to treat up to 14 women per day and was designed with the clients’ needs in mind. Services provided include: outpatient treatment, which includes five hours of daily group therapy, weekly individual therapy sessions, yoga, acupuncture, legal guidance, case management, and peer recovery coaching.
The renovated facility has the capacity to treat up to 26 men per day and was designed with the clients’ needs, comfort and security, in mind. Services provided include: detox and residential treatment (which includes five hours of daily group therapy, weekly individual therapy sessions, yoga, acupuncture, legal guidance, case management, and peer recovery coaching).
Piloted the MI-REP program with case managers and Peer Coaches entering Prisons to serve soon to be released inmates who had a history of Opioid Use Disorder. Of the three piloted sites in Michigan, PNLH’s team served 50% of all cases and achieved the highest graduation rate of its participants (first 2-years of data for project).
PNLH hosted an open house on May 14th to welcome the community to our new office location at 23133 Orchard Lake Road, Suite 203. The office is open to provide OP, case management and Peer Recovery Coaching services in Oakland County.
First Licensed Women’s Specific Residential Program in Western Wayne County designed to incorporate trauma recovery into the system of care for the women served.
PNLH was a pioneer in developing and implementing intensive Outpatient Programming with Domicile (IOPD)