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If you need more information about addiction, our programs and services, want to schedule an appointment, or have other questions, please feel free to contact us. We’re available via email, phone or regular mail, whichever is most convenient.

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OAR, Grand Haven

Address: 700 Washington Ave., Suite 220
Phone: 616.842.6710
Services provided at this location include: individual therapy, group therapy, intensive outpatient therapy, family therapy, driver’s license assessments, and attorney and employer requested assessments.

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OAR, Holland (main office)

Address: 483 Century Lane (one block West of U.S. 31 between 16th Street and 24th Street)
Phone: 616.396.5284
Services provided at this location include: individual therapy, group therapy, intensive outpatient therapy, family therapy, driver’s license assessments, attorney and employer requested assessments, alcohol highway safety classes and victim’s impact panels.

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Community & Family Program; Family Interventions

Contact: Sarah Cohen, Family Therapists & Community Specialists
Phone: 616.396.5284
Email: sarahc@oar-inc.inc.org

Outpatient Services

Contact: Janet Laing, Clinical Supervisor
Phone: 616.396.5284
Email: janetl@oar-inc.org

Residential Services for Men

Contact: Jim Stark, LMSW, ADS, Chester A. Ray Program Director
Phone: 616.396.6872
Email: jims@oar-inc.org

Residential Services for Women

Contact: Kella Svoboda, LMSW, CAADC
Phone: 616.355.7095
Email: michaelas@oar-inc.org

General or Other Questions

Contact: Melinda Jurries, Executive Administrator
Phone: 616.396.5284
Email: melindaj@oar-inc.org

Mailing Address

OAR
483 Century Lane
Holland, MI, 49423

Privacy Practices

The privacy of individuals receiving treatment for substance abuse is protected by Federal Law and HIPPA Regulations. For OAR’s complete statement on privacy practices and treatment for substance abuse, click here.