Ten16 Recovery Network

Ten16 Recovery Network


When the Ten16 Recovery Network began as a Midland halfway house in 1979, “10-16” was police radio code for an open door at the site of a call for help. The nonprofit network’s name now refers to an open door for persons seeking recovery from substance abuse in Mid-Michigan. The Ten16 facility on E. Isabella Road in Midland offers residential treatment for adults, including individuals co-occurring disorders. A social detox program is offered at Ten16’s Mt. Pleasant facility.


Treatment at Ten16 is holistic and 12-step based, and includes a range of evidence-based practices and recreational therapies. Clients participate in one-on-one counseling, group therapy, and family therapy, along with addiction education workshops.

The structured residential program emphasizes stabilization, the changing of unhealthy patterns that are connected with addiction, ongoing support for the health and well-being of clients and their families, and integration into communities.

A family clinical day is held twice a month, One loved one per client is allowed to attend.


There is currently no information provided by the facility regarding its treatment staff. The one alum who evaluated the treatment team at the time of this writing gave the facility five out of five stars for its staff support and its staff’s level of training and experience. The three loved ones polled to date gave the facility two five-star and one four-star rating for its staff’s level of training and experience.


The 20-bed treatment facility is set on 18 acres of wooded land. Clients may receive two adult visitors once a week. Children may also visit. Separate men’s and women’s recovery houses affiliated with the rehab program are also located in Midland.


The two alumni surveyed by Best-rehabs.com to date gave Ten16’s residential program mostly positive reviews. R.L.B. awarded the facility five out of five stars for its treatment effectiveness, its counselor availability, its consistency of meetings, its overall quality of counseling, the quality of the lead counselor, and the overall quality of groups. They gave the program lower ratings of two or three stars for its leisure activities, its holistic offerings, its connectivity policy, and its member empowerment and safety.

The other alum, who participated anonymously, gave the program four out of five stars for its treatment effectiveness and noted that the personalized treatment plans were a strength. However they also wrote that the program lacked family input.


The three friends and family members polled on a variety of metrics gave the facility four or five out of five stars for each of the 15 metrics assessed. The highest marks were for staff experience and facility cleanliness.

One anonymous loved one wrote that “In patient treatment was a strength” but noted weakness in aftercare. Another reviewer wrote that structure and education were strengths of the facility, but that the education needed updating.

K.F.S. described staff as “amazing” and noted the program’s “dedication to clients recovery.” However, the reviewer also wrote that Ten16 offered limited private insurance options.


T.B., the one current staffer polled by Best-rehabs.com to date, gave the facility a mostly positive review. They awarded the program four or five out of five stars for its treatment of co-occurring disorders, its honesty in marketing and public relations, its addiction staff’s level of experience, its enforcement of client privacy and confidentiality, its aftercare and follow-up protocols, and its overall quality of client treatment and care. “Excellent agency,” they wrote. The noted a lack of resources as the program’s one weakness.


According the Ten16’s website, most insurance plans are accepted. The facility also accepts Medicaid and other state public health care plans. A sliding fee scale is available for clients who qualify.

Ten16 Recovery Network Reviews

Strengths: Dedication to clients recovery. Weaknesses: Private insurance options. Amazing staff.
Personal treatment plans were a strength. No family input, was in deed the best for detox but therapy was alittle hard
Strengths: Structure and getting more educated. On addictions and health issues. Weaknesses: They still need updated material on education.consider our struggle's Pryer.So some could use more understanding
In patient treatment was a strength of the facility but the weaknesses were follw up and letting patients leave to early. good.
Treatment Effectivenessexcellent agency.