168-year-old Grand Rapids house restored as treatment center

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The private treatment center for women with addictions to alcohol and drugs, Sanford House, was originally built in 1847 by Samuel Sanford. The 168-year-old pillard landmark has since been remodeled and restored, while still maintaining the original character. Rae and David Green, the owners of the center, have invested over $1 million dollars in the remodeling process.

The Greens have worked hard at making sure Sanford House is a comfortable and easy place for women to do the hard work that they have to do while there. Some of the other impressive features of the house include a gallery-style kitchen, oak flooring, a library which leads out to the front porch, five bedrooms, an outpatient center and large front pillars, which serve as the home’s signature.

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Sanford Behavioral Health is a residential and outpatient facility located in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Sanford offers excellence in evidence-based practice models in a home-like, restorative setting. Our clinicians, supported by our medical team, focus on resolving the underlying issues that often cause substance use, such as trauma, unhealthy relationships, co-occurring disorders and isolation. Programs include both in-person and telehealth: residential, day programs, intensive outpatient, outpatient, medication-assisted treatment (MAT), education and relapse prevention classes, one-on-one and family therapy, and alumni and family support groups. At Sanford, we want to inspire you to find your inner grit, rekindle your interests and engage your passion.