Acu-Detox, a five point ear acupuncture protocol for recovery, is a no-nonsense, non-verbal, no-drug pharmaceutical free and barrier-free approach to behavioral health.

Acupuncture has been used as an adjunct to conventional treatment because it seems to reduce the craving for a variety of substances of abuse and appears to contribute to improved treatment retention rates. In particular, acupuncture has been viewed as an effective adjunct to treatment for alcohol and cocaine disorders, and it also has played an important role in opioid treatment (i.e., methadone maintenance). It is used as an adjunct during maintenance, such as when tapering methadone doses. The ritualistic aspect of the practice of acupuncture as part of a comprehensive treatment program provides a stable, comfortable, and consistent environment in which the client can actively participate.

As a result, acupuncture enhances the client’s sense of engagement in the treatment process. This may, in part, account for reported improvements in treatment retention (Boucher et al. 2003).

The Dove House 501(c)(3) Non Profit Charity

Integrative Health Fundraiser

Group Acupuncture Detox and Meditation 

  • Wednesday, September 14th | 5PM to 6PM
  • 1380 Coolidge Hwy, Suite 150, Troy, MI 48084
  • Please RSVP by September 6th to register and make a donation of $20 or more. Register Now! 

All proceeds go to The Dove House, a 501(C)(3), Non-Profit Charity, ACE Scholarship Fund to benefit individuals of all ages suffering from Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) with symptoms of anxiety, anger, addiction, cravings, depression, grief, stress (PTSD) and pain.