Comprehensive Addiction Rehab Southwest of Minneapolis/Saint Paul, Minnesota Hazelden’s outpatient alcohol and drug addiction treatment program for adults ages 18-plus in Chaska, Minnesota, is conveniently located in the southwest suburban area of the Twin Cities. Our patients and families receive the same high quality, expert addiction treatment services offered at Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation's inpatient programs—but on an outpatient basis, and closer to home and work, for busy families. Addiction treatment at Hazelden's Chaska facility is gender-specific. The level of care provided, intensive outpatient programming (IOP), typically involves alcohol and drug treatment sessions as often as four days a week, initially. Then, throughout your treatment experience at Hazelden in Chaska, you will work closely with your counselor to continually gauge and adjust the frequency and focus of your care. For your convenience we have developed a checklist to help you plan your visit with us. This checklists is specific to the type of treatment level you will be receiving. Your pace through outpatient treatment won't be identical to those around you because your treatment plan will be designed to address your specific situation, challenges and needs. As you reach designated treatment milestones, your outpatient sessions at our Chaska facility will gradually transition to once a week. Like diabetes or hypertension, addiction is a chronic disease with behavioral aspects. Regaining and maintaining your health means learning to manage your symptoms, first within the structure of our outpatient treatment center setting and eventually back in your everyday environment where you're in charge of your health. Call 1-866-831-5700 to learn more about outpatient treatment programs and insurance options available at Hazelden in Chaska. Intensive Outpatient Program Our individually tailored outpatient alcohol and drug rehab programs at the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation operate under the same evidence-based, Twelve Step principles and practices as our inpatient treatment programs. Our intensive outpatient program for adults ages 18-plus is offered Tuesday-Friday at our treatment center in Chaska, Minnesota. Core treatment components include: Group therapy Individual therapy Educational sessions Mental health services Special-focus groups Twelve Step fellowship For your convenience we have developed a checklist to help you plan your visit with us. This checklists is specific to the type of treatment level you will be receiving. The following morning and evening IOP sessions are offered at our Chaska treatment center. Women's Intensive Outpatient Program Treatment Groups Morning session: Tuesday–Friday, 9:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m. Evening session: Tuesday–Friday, 5:30–8:30 p.m. Men's Intensive Outpatient Program Treatment Groups Morning session: Tuesday–Friday, 9:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m. Evening session: Tuesday–Friday, 5:30–8:30 p.m. If you or a loved one are struggling with substance abuse, call 1-866-831-5700 to speak confidentially with a recovery expert. Related Intervention and Support Services Our facility in Chaska also offers several specialized addiction treatment-related programs and services. Teen Intervene Hazelden's Teen Intervene screening and brief intervention program is designed to help young people identify the reasons and effects of their alcohol or other drug use. This research-based program provides teens with a personalized course of action for making healthier choices and offers parents the education, support and guidance they need to understand what's going on and what's at stake. The Teen Intervene program is available by individual appointment. The program involves three sessions with an addiction counselor; the first two are one-on-one sessions for the counselor and teen, and the third session includes the parents. Cost is $318/session or $954 for the program. Family Support Addiction is called "a family disease" for good reason. Let's face it: There are sleepless nights, slamming doors and shameful secrets. By the time most families reach out for help, the disease has progressed to a crisis level. Families tend to cope with the stress of substance abuse in unhealthy ways—denial, blame, enabling and preoccupation are typical coping mechanisms. And it's easy to lose your sense of self in the process. Our counselor-facilitated Families in Recovery group is designed to help family members: Learn about the disease of addiction Recognize how you've each been affected Work through the chaos you've experienced Understand how to set healthy boundaries Rebuild trusting relationships Families are welcome to participate in these sessions as often as you would like. Family members are also welcome to attend the weekly Al-Anon meeting hosted on site. Our family support offerings include: Relationships in Recovery Group Saturday: 9–10 a.m. Families in Recovery Group Saturday: 10–11 a.m. Al-Anon Meeting Wednesday: 6:30–7:30 p.m. Recovery Management Hazelden's post-treatment services and resources are designed to help our patients strengthen and advance their recovery from alcohol and drug addiction over the long haul. Scientific research identifies ongoing involvement in recovery-related activities as the best predictor of long-term sobriety. This type of active engagement is especially important during the first 18 months of recovery when risk of relapse is most intense. The Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation provides a wide variety of in-person and online recovery support resources and services. More specifically, at our Hazelden treatment center in Chaska, Minnesota, weekly support groups include: AA: Tuesday, Noon–7 p.m. Al-Anon: Wednesday, 6:30–7:30 p.m. Ala-Teen: Saturday, 1–2 p.m. Hazelden Alumni AA Chapter: Saturday, 9–10 a.m.