Wellspring Academy will open virtually in January 2021 with drop-in sessions available, and will begin welcoming youth for in-person classes at our campus, located in Farmington Hills, Mich., beginning in September 2021.
The academy is uniquely positioned to meet the educational needs of students struggling with addiction in Southeast Michigan.
Making sure we fit together is an important part of the admissions process. So, whether you are searching for yourself or for a youth struggling with substance use, take some time to reflect on these questions. If many of your answers to the questions below are “yes,” please reach out to us. Our team can help determine if Wellspring Academy is a place you or your youth will grow and prepare for a recovery-oriented lifestyle.
To answer these questions, select the quiz that best describes you.
Use the Schedule a Tour link and provide your contact information so our team can connect with you.
Wellspring Academy recognizes that addicted persons often exhibit certain behaviors which have been understood to a) signal relapse, b) lead to relapse, and/or c) signal an unwillingness to pursue an education at Wellspring Academy. These behaviors can include lying, excessive tardiness, sleeping at school, excessive absences, not completing schoolwork, and disrespect toward school staff, peers, and school policies. These, “relapse behaviors" can be used as grounds for enactment of the relapse policy. Certain checks, including random drug screens, have been established to monitor student sobriety and will be used in conjunction with staff observance of relapse behaviors to hopefully lay the groundwork for long-term recovery. A student's family will be responsible for the cost of any requested or random test not covered by his/her insurance.