Substance abuse addiction treatment centers
For individuals, families, and communities struggling with addiction to alcohol and other drugs, Hazelden helps people transform their lives by providing the best addiction treatment and recovery services as well as education, research, and publishing products available today.
Since its 1949 founding in a Minnesota lakeside farmhouse, Hazelden has grown into one of the world's largest and most respected private not-for-profit alcohol and drug addiction treatment centers. Thousands from every state and more than 40 countries have turned to Hazelden for quality care and expertise on addiction and recovery issues. Our dream is the same as our founders - helping alcoholics and addicts in their recovery.
Psychiatry, Pain Management and Chemical Dependency Medical Practice. Expertise is working with patients who are struggling with one or more mental health, physical pain and chemical dependency issues. A sub-specialty providers of outpatient medical detoxification for most opiate or alcohol dependent individuals.
Center City, Minnesota
Situated on 500 private, peaceful and scenic acres of rural Minnesota countryside, Hazelden's Center City campus, located 50 miles north of Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minn., is the largest facility in the Hazelden system. Each year more than 2,000 men and women begin their recovery journey here.
Hazelden's outpatient addiction treatment programs provide real solutions in helping men, women, youth, and families faced with the disease of addiction. We understand that addiction is complicated.
Conveniently located at 867 N. Dearborn St. — just a few blocks west of Michigan Avenue in the "Gold Coast" neighborhood — Hazelden provides convenient intensive outpatient, day treatment and continuing care services for people seeking lifelong recovery. Also in Chicago, Hazelden operates a sober residence for people in recovery seeking a safe, supportive and recovery-focused living environment.
Maple Grove, Minnesota
Located in the northwestern suburb of Minneapolis, Hazelden provides outpatient addiction treatment services, chemical use assessments, and continuing care support at 7001 E. Fish Lake Rd., Maple Grove.
At our Naples addiction treatment center you will focus on building new recovery practices into your everyday life and work, learning how to make your recovery a priority. Individual and group counseling, mental health services, medical care, spiritual care, support persons group, nutrition resources, and fellowship with peers in treatment — it all comes together for you at Hazelden in Naples.
New York, New York
Hazelden offers services in two convenient New York City neighborhoods - Chelsea and Tribeca. Hazelden's programs help men, women and young adults recover from substance abuse and addiction through its world-class residential programs, outpatient programs, sober collegiate housing, family programs, and its commitment to ongoing continuing care.
Since 1981 Hazelden has helped thousands of young people find freedom from alcohol and other drugs and regain hope for healthier and more fulfilling lives. Situated on 15 picturesque, wooded acres along the north shore of Medicine Lake, Hazelden's Plymouth campus provides the ideal setting for adolescents and young adults to begin the journey of recovery.
Rancho Mirage, California
The non-profit Betty Ford Center is an Alcohol Addiction and Drug Addiction Treatment hospital located in the luxurious resort community of Rancho Mirage, California. On our expansive 20-acre campus adjacent to the Eisenhower Medical Center we offer help and hope to individuals and their family members affected by alcoholism and/or addiction to other drugs.
Founded in 1990, Hazelden's Springbrook facility is located in the quiet countryside of Newberg, Oregon on a 23-acre campus that promotes an atmosphere of respect, serenity, and support. Located 25 miles outside of Portland, this facility provides adults ages 18 and over with a comprehensive range of clinical services to treat addiction.
St. Paul, Minnesota
Hazelden's St. Paul, Minnesota facility was established in 1953 to provide a transitional living option for men leaving Hazelden's residential alcohol and drug treatment program. Today, Hazelden provides intermediate care for men and women, ages 18 and over, who have completed a primary alcohol and drug addiction treatment program.