Recovery is Real... And Begins at Mariners Inn.

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About Mariners Inn

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Men Seeking Treatment

The first step for most men entering Mariners Inn. We provide services to men who are at least 18 years of age and have substance use or co-occurring disorders.

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Help For Families

The Strengthening Families Program at Mariner's Inn provides services and is dedicated to educating and counseling the families of clients in substance abuse treatment.

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Men In Recovery

The Alumni & Outreach Program provides a safe and productive environment for former clients to receive counseling, case management, referrals, and recreational activities.

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Mariners Inn News




Family Counseling in the Treatment Process - Interview with Treatment Director Kori Loewe

Read this article featured on Addiction Blog for more information about Mariners Inn's approach to family counseling. For more information, call 313-962-9446 or email

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Mariners Inn CEO David Sampson on Kiwanitalk

David Sampson, Mariners Inn CEO, is featured on this week's Kiwanitalk show - take a look at the video online or watch on TV to find out more about Mariners Inn's approach to recovery and the resulting success stories!...

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Mariners Inn's Fall 2015 Newsletter

Read our just-published Fall 2015 Newsletter to find out more about recovery at Mariners Inn and ways you can get involved! ...

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I'm just so excited. From seeing (my father) change...they have gave me my dad back.

Portia, Daughter of Alumni

Mariners Inn has helped me to love myself. they helped me regain my love for my life and my children's life. In essence, they loved me until I learned to love myself and I will forever be grateful.

Ken, Alumni

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Our Mission

Mariners Inn serves as an anchor for those struggling to navigate the treacherous waters of homelessness and substance abuse through a wide range of social service programs that achieve the best possible outcomes for adults, families and youth affected by addiction.

Our History