Specializing in evidence-based drug and alcohol addiction rehab and recovery for teens and young adults ages 12-25. When drugs and alcohol are in the picture, hopes and dreams get put on hold or lost for good. Addiction experts at the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation understand what's at stake—and know how to help. Types of Treatment Addiction rehab programs at the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation are individualized, holistic, and comprehensive—providing care for the mind, body, and spirit. Levels of treatment include: Inpatient Addiction Treatment–campus-based intensive care with separate lodging and programs for males and females Outpatient Drug and Alcohol Rehab–treatment that meets four evenings a week, so you can live at home, attend school, or go to work Sober living–a welcoming, safe peer community with built-in addiction recovery support and resources; designed specifically for young adults ages 18-29 Continuing Care–ongoing counseling to reinforce your healthy behaviors, relationships, and lifestyle Opioid Addiction Treatment In response to the rising number of adolescents and young adults patients addicted to pain medications and heroin, we've introduced COR-12TM, a medication-assisted opioid treatment program designed to: ease the discomfort of withdrawal reduce cravings help patients engage more successfully in treatment Integrated Mental Health Care Adolescents and young adults with addiction commonly struggle with other issues, such as: anxiety trauma depression family and interpersonal relationship problems compulsive behaviors We address substance use issues and mental health concerns at the same time. Treatment plans are customized with whatever therapies, mental health services, and medications best meet individual needs. Services and resources include: individual psychotherapy psychiatric consultation specialized assessments (eating disorders, gambling, other compulsive behaviors) family and couples therapy stress management brief intervention Assessment and Evaluation Maybe it's addiction. Maybe it's not. We can help you figure things out. Our confidential phone-based or in-person assessment process will determine whether addiction rehab makes sense for you—and, if so, what type. If multiple, complex issues are involved, we may recommend a residential evaluation so our clinicians can learn more about your situation and determine the best plan of action.