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Best Addiction Treatment Centers in Minnesota

Updated on December 29, 2016
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Rachael has held numerous healthcare positions over a 25 year span including that of a human services technologist.


Minnesota drug and alcohol treatment centers have been so successful in treating addicts and alcoholics that the Minnesota Model of chemical dependency is now the standard model used throughout the United States. Minnesota has some of the Nation's top drug addiction and alcohol treatment centers to help you, or a family member find the road to recovery.


Aerial view of Hazelden Grounds.
Aerial view of Hazelden Grounds. | Source

Hazelden is a private, world renowned Minnesota alcohol and drug addiction treatment facility, and is known for their groundbreaking advancements in the world of chemical dependency. Hazelden assigns a multidisciplinary treatment team to create and assist addicts with an individualized treatment plan. Their program includes a 28 day inpatient program with continuing care, and 18 months of free follow-up support. Hazelden is located in Center City, Minnesota.

New Beginnings Minnesota

Entrance of New Beginnings Minnesota
Entrance of New Beginnings Minnesota | Source

The New Beginnings Minnesota building was the former retreat home of Hubert H. Humphrey, and is designed to promote healing and self renewal. At New Beginnings addicts and alcoholics receive affordable, individualized alcohol and addiction treatment based on the 12 steps of Alcoholics Anonymous. This has been a leading Minnesota treatment facility for 30 years, with a 93% satisfaction rating. The facility is located in Waverly, Minnesota.

Approximately 8.9 percent of Americans need drug or alcohol treatment, while only about 1 percent are actually receiving it.

~U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

MN Adult & Teen Challenge

MN Adult & Teen Challenge - Duluth Location
MN Adult & Teen Challenge - Duluth Location | Source

MN Adult & Teen Challenge is a Christian based treatment facility that has restored hope to thousands of addicts and alcoholics for over 25 years. They offer a variety of programs ranging from outpatient treatment to long term faith based recovery programs lasting up to one year. Weather this is a first treatment attempt, or this is an ongoing struggle, MN Adult & Teen Challenge has a program to suit everyone. This center has numerous treatment locations throughout Minnesota.

New Visions Center

Entrance of New Visions Center in Morris, Minnesota.
Entrance of New Visions Center in Morris, Minnesota. | Source

New Visions Center specializes in treating patients with alcoholism and drug addiction, as well as a co-occurring disorder. They offer addicts and their family members a comprehensive and individualized treatment plan. The length of treatment varies, and is based on individual need. New Visions is located in Morris and Alexandria, Minnesota.

There are as many as 23.5 million adults in the U.S. who have at one time had issues with their alcohol consumption or drug use.

~Partnership at

Omegon Residential Treatment Center

Omegon entrance.
Omegon entrance. | Source

Omegon is a world famous Minnesota treatment center, and is a program of the Volunteers for America. It is designed for adolescents aged 12-17 who are struggling with alcoholism or drug addiction, and also have the diagnoses of a mental illness. If your son or daughter has previously attempted treatment and it has not been successful, Omegon has a six to nine month inpatient, well-rounded program to fit their needs. Omegon features spacious accommodations, both indoor and outdoor recreation areas and can accommodate 26 young people. This treatment center is located in Minnetonka, Minnesota.

Selecting a Treatment Center

Minnesota alcohol treatment is a great choice no matter what your background may be. As you can see, there are many options available to help you, or a family member overcome alcoholism and addiction. Choose a program with an approach that matches your ideal lifestyle for the best outcome. Commit to sobriety today by enrolling in a Minnesota alcohol treatment program.

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