A Proven Leader in Inpatient and Outpatient Chemical Dependency Treatment Beginning in 1949, at a picturesque lakeside retreat near Center City, Minnesota, the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation's earliest clinicians developed the addiction treatment approach most widely used in the world today—originally known as the Minnesota Model of care. Combining expert medical care with then-emerging Twelve Step mutual support practices, alcohol and drug addiction treatment at the pioneering Hazelden facility was, above all, provided with empathy and respect. Today, the flagship drug rehab center continues to lead the way forward with evidence-based treatment practices and research-informed approaches, provided with the respectful, compassionate care that has set our programs apart from the start. Hazelden's treatment center in Center City, Minnesota, garners top ratings in patient satisfaction, as indicated by our 2017 Press Ganey scores*. 96% of patients ranked Hazelden in Center City 5 out of 5 in satisfaction 99% of our patients said they would recommend Hazelden in Center City *Press Ganey is an organization that surveys and ranks over 150 residential and outpatient substance abuse treatment centers across the U.S. Chemical dependency treatment programs and services available at our Center City, Minnesota, campus include inpatient and outpatient care options, post-treatment support, and family education and guidance. Are You or a Loved One Struggling With Substance Abuse? Call 1-866-831-5700 today and a recovery expert will guide you through the inpatient and outpatient treatment programs and insurance options available at our Center City, Minnesota treatment center. Tour the Campus Watch more videos about Hazelden in Center City. Residential Evaluation The purpose of our residential evaluation program is to determine whether you have a substance use disorder and, if so, what type or level of addiction treatment makes sense for you. With compassionate care, expert understanding, and complete confidentiality, our multidisciplinary team will work with you over the course of three to five days to evaluate your situation and determine an effective plan of action. Our approach is holistic and personalized, with our clinicians looking carefully at issues related to your physical, psychological and emotional well-being. In conducting this comprehensive evaluation, our care team will take into account everything you need to make decisions about your health and career, and we will provide you with: Detailed and individualized recommendations for clinical care, if appropriate An individualized plan to help you return to a high-functioning and healthy life A summary for your employer, licensing board, or other professional contacts, as needed Inpatient Addiction Treatment As a patient at our inpatient alcohol and drug rehab program—a level of care sometimes referred to as residential treatment—you will participate in addiction treatment programming while living at one of our gender-specific, on-campus housing units. Inpatient treatment involves 24/7 clinical support while providing you with: Medical stabilization and detoxification Medical and mental health assessments Education about the disease of addiction An introduction to recovery principles Your length of stay in our inpatient treatment program will be determined by the progress you make in meeting clinical milestones. As you advance through care, our clinicians might recommend that you transition into our on-campus day treatment program or intensive outpatient program. Core components of our inpatient alcohol and drug rehab program include: Medically supervised detox Gender-specific programming and housing Group therapy Individual therapy Educational sessions Medical services Mental health services Special-focus groups Twelve Step facilitation therapy Wellness activities Spiritual care services The Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation's Center City, MN facility also provides a number of specialized residential treatment and recovery programs, including: Opioid use disorder program (medication-assisted treatment options) Health care professionals program Nurses program Legal professionals program Peer group support can be an especially important part of addiction treatment for physicians, nurses and attorneys who face significant risk and relapse issues related to their professions. Don't wait. Call 1-866-831-5700 today and find hope and healing. Day Treatment with Sober Living Our day treatment program at Hazelden in Center City, Minnesota, is also known as partial hospitalization. This is the most intensive level of outpatient care available. Patients have the option of staying on campus in a sober living residence. Programming includes individual and group therapy, educational sessions, and therapeutic activities to build and support healthy new routines and behaviors. Outside of treatment programming hours, patients are able to leave campus to participate in recovery activities, work or school. Patients also have access to an on-campus fitness center, mental health clinic and cafeteria. Again, as patients progress through the day treatment program, our clinicians may recommend transitioning to less frequent outpatient treatment sessions. Day treatment programming takes place Monday-Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Family Program Alcohol and other drug addiction impacts everyone in the family—and families need help and support, too. The Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation's Family Program in Center City, MN, is a life-changing, three-day (Thursday–Saturday) educational opportunity for family members age 13 and older to learn about substance abuse and the disease of addiction and to identify the impact it has on families. Family members learn to set healthy boundaries, improve communication, rebuild trusting relationships and start their own recovery process. The program is offered free of charge to one family member with the cost of residential treatment, and other family members are welcome to participate for a fee. Recovery Management Establishing, strengthening and thriving in recovery from addiction is a process that takes patience and practice. You are essentially learning to live your life differently in order to manage the symptoms of a chronic disease. Our post-treatment services and resources are designed to support and inform your efforts over the long term. You can count on the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation for expert and accessible online, in-person and digital recovery support services, including mobile apps, Twelve Step retreats, web/phone-based recovery coaching and much more.