Welcome to

Elmhurst Home!

Elmhurst Home, Inc. is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization that provides "Recovery with Dignity" for men and women who have issues with substance abuse and criminal conduct.  

Birthed from the vision and passion of James and Naomi Oden, to help those in need,  Elmhurst Home, Inc. has delivered high quality, effective addiction treatment since 1970.

No one is turned away for lack of insurance or personal funds.  Call today for more information (313) 867-1090, ext. 101.​

Two Divisions of Care...
One Commitment to Excellence

Elmhurst Home, Inc. is a 24 Hour Residential and Outpatient Services Substance Use Disorders and

Mental Health Treatment Center

  Our multi-campus treatment centers 
offer gender specific treatment.

  Elmhurst Home, Inc.
Men's Treatment Facility
12007 Linwood 
Detroit, Michigan 48206
(313) 867-1090
Betty J. Smith, Administrator

Naomi's Nest
Women's Treatment Facility
245 Pitkin
Highld Park, MI 48203
(313) 865-1500
 Sarina C. Oden, Site Director

Administrative Office
Monday thru Friday: 8am - 5pm
12010 Linwood
Detroit, MI 48206
John C. Oden, Executive Director  


313.867.1090 ext. 101​


With the current COVID-19 outbreak, many questions surrounding the virus arise. The safety of our staff and patients is our top priority. We have taken the necessary precautions, compliant disinfecting regimen and use of PPE, to minimize the risk of exposure and transmission of the Coronavirus to those in our treatment programs, allowing them to focus on their recovery.  We are here to answer your questions and alleviate any concerns.  Do not allow COVID-19 to stop you from seeking the care you need.

Elmhurst Home, Inc.

According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, every day, more than 90 Americans die after overdosing on opioids. Opioids are a class of drugs that include the illegal drug heroin, synthetic opioids such as fentanyl, and pain relievers available legally by prescription, such as oxycodone (OxyContin®), hydrocodone (Vicodin®), codeine, morphine, and many others.

Any long-term use can put someone at risk of addiction, even if the substance is used as prescribed. Many people who use opioids will develop a tolerance to them–a phenomenon that can trigger the cycle of addiction. This means that the same amount of the drug no longer has the same effect as it once did. When this occurs, people routinely take more and more of the substance to elicit the desired response. This ever-increasing dosing places one at great risk for overdose.

Wayne County and surrounding areas are being affected by the opioid/heroin epidemic.  Opioid addiction can be very frightening – not only for the individual with the addiction but for their family and friends as well.  Breaking free of opioid, heroin, or prescription drug abuse takes effort and it’s difficult to do safely alone.  Elmhusrst Home can help and at the same time, we can provide support to family members.

Programs with the

Highest Level of Care

The Elmhurst Home and Naomi's Nest Residential and Outpatient Programs are designed to serve males and females, at separate facilities, with drug, alcohol and dual diagnosis-related issues.

Residential treatment is provided in a safe, supportive home-like environment where residents can begin to learn the new skills necessary for achieving long lasting recovery and begin to deal with any secondary psychological issues.

The intensive, structured program is filled with daily activities that help the resident to recognize their own denial systems, come to terms with their problems, and begin to make the positive choices that will lead them to a healthy and productive life. 

 We also maintain staff to ensure that our highly certified addiction treatment team can deliver the highest level of care to residents.

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 Residential and Outpatient Substance Abuse

Treatment Now Including Peer Recovery Coaching


You Deserve the Best Treatment for Substance Abuse and

Mental Health Care

A drug or alcohol addiction is a very serious condition, as are mental health disorders, and an individual struggling with addiction and/or mental health issues should get help as soon as possible at a treatment center. 
A severe addiction to certain substances, such as heroin oxycodone, is typically best treated in an inpatient residential program to help manage detoxification and withdrawal. However, a mild substance abuse problem caught in the early phases can often be successfully treated in an outpatient  program.

Our caring and qualified staff will assist you or your loved one throughout the entire recovery process. Elmhurst Home, Inc. has served the Detroit community for 47 years. Let our long term treatment centers for addiction help you today.

The Opiod Epidemic

Our Facilities

​​​Elmhurst Home Inc.

"Recovery with Dignity"

Call Today for Information

(313) 867-1090, ext. 101

​(888) 985-0814, ext. 0