Teens & Young Adult Rehab Facility in Plymouth, MN
Inpatient and outpatient addiction and mental health treatment programs at our youth and families center are developmentally appropriate, personalized and evidence-based. Addiction and co-occurring mental health disorders, such as anxiety and depression are addressed at the same time in our residential programs. This provides an integrated treatment approach that offers our patients the best opportunity for lasting recovery.
Specialized programs and services for adolescents, teens and young adults include:
Adolescents and young adults who participate in our inpatient drug rehab program live in comfortable and inviting gender-informed residential units and follow a full daily schedule of treatment activities. Care teams comprised of addiction counselors, mental health professionals and medical professionals establish an individualized treatment plan for each patient continually assess the patient's progress, and develop post-treatment recommendations.
Core components of inpatient treatment at our youth facility include:
*Licensed by the Minnesota Department of Human Services as a co-occurring disorder treatment provider.
Our addiction rehab center in Plymouth also offers a specialized, evidence-based opioid treatment approach known as the Comprehensive Opioid Response with the Twelve Steps (COR-12®) program.
COR-12 incorporates individual and group therapy, lectures and medication-assisted treatment, as clinically advised. Our clinicians developed this specialized treatment approach to help patients achieve stable, Twelve Step-based recovery and, ultimately, abstinence from opioids.
Our program has a proven track record of keeping patients engaged in recovery activities and support over a longer duration—allowing for the extra time needed to regain health and hope, learn essential coping skills and form connections that support lasting sobriety.
Outpatient substance abuse programming at our treatment center for teens and young adults encompasses multiple levels of individually paced care to meet the needs of each patient. As patients reach clinical and behavioral milestones, outpatient sessions are reduced from three to four times a week to once or twice weekly, with a focus on developing healthy new behaviors and routines.
Our most intensive level of outpatient care, our high-intensity outpatient program—known as day treatment or partial hospitalization—includes the same core components as inpatient treatment. Patients can pair high-intensity outpatient programming with our sober-living option, residing with peers on campus in our safe and supportive recovery community.
Our virtual intensive outpatient program (IOP)—available both virtually and in-person— provides separate, special-focus programming for adolescents, teenagers and young adults. Most patients participate in IOP three days a week for three hours a day to begin. But as clinical milestones are met, treatment sessions are scheduled less frequently. For those needing outpatient mental health services, individual, group and family therapy sessions will be coordinated with your addiction treatment.
Mental health assessments and counseling are available on an outpatient basis to the general public (individuals 12 years of age or older). These outpatient mental health services are provided by psychiatrists, psychologists and other licensed mental health professionals. Services include:
Learn how to manage and work through the challenges your family has faced, understand how to set and maintain healthy boundaries, and start rebuilding authentic, trusting relationships with our Family programs, including support groups and family counseling.
Many of our family services are free and available to anyone. In addition, many are provided virtually so you can access support from anywhere. Special sessions are available for Spanish speaking participants.
If your teenage son or daughter was caught using marijuana, or if he or she admitted to drinking with other underage friends, our screening and brief intervention program can provide you with helpful answers and next steps. While they may not be struggling with addiction, some type of intervention is important to address any current issues and help create healthy habits for the future.
Our evidence-based Teen Intervene screening and brief intervention sessions are designed to:
Adolescents work one-on-one with an addiction counselor for three sessions, and parents may be involved in one session, as clinically appropriate.
Our post-treatment services and resources are designed to help teens and young adults strengthen and advance healthy living skills for the long-term. Experts across the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation provide a number of in-person, online and digital recovery support resources services such as mobile apps, inspirational emails, online social communities and web-based tools.
Our local Plymouth phone number is 1-763-509-3810. Due to federal confidentiality regulations, if someone calls the facility asking for a patient we can neither confirm nor deny the patient's presence. Our response will be, "If that person is here, he or she will receive a message to call you."
The patient will receive the message and can call back in the evening during their free time. They may call collect or use a pre-paid calling card as cell phones will be stored in a locked location during your stay and will be returned upon discharge.
Our campus is not a locked-down facility, and patients must be willing to admit themselves and comply with the program.
Upon admission to any of the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation inpatient programs, patients start on our medical services unit where they will safely and comfortably detox alongside licensed medical professionals.
Patients are assigned a "buddy" from their peer group who will escort them from the medical unit to their treatment unit, help them get comfortable and become involved with the various activities of the center.
Our Plymouth facility is a nicotine-free campus. Consumption is not permitted in the building or on the grounds by patients, staff, parents or other visitors.
Nicotine addiction is treated along with other drugs of abuse. We incorporate individual counseling, recovery groups, and lectures that focus on nicotine recovery into the patient's addiction treatment plan. Withdrawal needs are assessed by our medical staff and patients are prescribed anti-craving medication when needed.
Patient Daily Schedules
Daily schedules are highly structured with patients attending educational groups, and participating in a variety of afternoon activities that could include:
Evening schedules include:
Planned wellness activities are an integral part of the treatment process allowing young people to learn how to live life without using chemicals.
Service Animal Policy
Service animals are permitted in Hazelden Betty Ford facilities and we afford individuals who require the assistance of a service animal with equal opportunity to access the organization. Per the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), a "service animal" is defined as a dog that has been individually trained to do work or perform tasks for an individual with a disability.
Per the ADA, dogs or other animals whose sole function is to provide comfort, emotional support or companionship do not qualify as service animals. Emotional support, therapy animals and pets are not permitted on Hazelden Betty Ford's facilities, leased spaces or on campus grounds.
Hazelden Betty Ford provides airport transportation for individuals arriving for treatment in our residential programs. Families, visitors, and guests must arrange all other transportation to and from the facility.
For all other visits, including to the Family Program, you can use one of the local taxi or ride share services. Taxis are easily accessible from the airport and will take you to Hazelden Betty Ford.
Hazelden Betty Ford
11505 36th Ave. North
Visiting Hours and Expectations
To protect the health and wellbeing of our community during spikes in COVID-19 rates and changing area policies, visitation restrictions may be in place. Please check with staff to determine current visitation policies at this location. Thank you, and be well.
Patients can make outgoing calls using pre-paid phone cards or collect calls from phones on their designated units. Due to the importance of keeping young people focused on treatment, telephone calls are limited to ten minutes in length. Patients may receive phone messages at 1-763-509-3858. To protect confidentiality, no information indicating a patient's presence is given out to callers.
Patients may send and receive mail, although packages must be opened in the presence of a staff person. Patients cannot receive or send email messages. Mail may be sent to the patient at the following address:
Hazelden Betty Ford
11505 36th Ave. North
Plymouth, MN 55441
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Hazelden Betty Ford is proud to be recognized by multiple insurance providers for our leadership, best practices, research, support and training in the addiction treatment field.
These special acknowledgements for Hazelden Betty Ford in Plymouth, Minnesota, include: