Teen & Young Adult Addiction Treatment

Recovery for the entire journey toward lasting sobriety.

When you consider an addiction treatment or rehab program for your son or daughter ages 12 to 25, think of the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation. During treatment, highly-trained staff offer developmentally appropriate and evidence-based treatment in a personal and caring way.

When selecting an addiction treatment program for your son or daughter, you want a program that understands how to help your child get clean and sober, stay that way, and move on to a fulfilling life. The Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation was one of the first organizations to develop addiction treatment exclusively for youth beginning in 1981. Today, we offer one of the largest programs in the U.S. and the only one to focus on recovery management and support beyond the days spent in alcohol and drug treatment.

What makes the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation different is that while others limit their focus to the treatment process, we focus more holistically on the treatment and recovery processes. We take the long-term view.

Multiple levels of addiction treatment are offered to meet the individual clinical needs of the teens and young adults and families we treat:

  • Inpatient / Residential
  • Intensive Outpatient Programs
  • Extended Outpatient Programs
  • Structured Recovery Housing
  • Continuing Care Groups
  • Recovery Supports
  • Family Programs and Groups

Are you or a loved one struggling with alcohol or other drugs?

Call toll-free to speak confidentially with a recovery expert now.

Most insurance accepted.


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