Inpatient behavioral health services are ideal if you struggle with ADHD, anxiety, depression grief or trauma in addition to substance use issues. Our specialized care teams address mental health challenges and substance use issues all together because the conditions and symptoms are interrelated.
Residential treatment patients begin in our medical unit where our physicians and nurses monitor the detoxification process and provide medications to ease any withdrawal discomfort or drug cravings.
You will live in a residential wing on campus and follow a daily schedule of activities and appointments individualized to meet your recovery needs.
WHAT HAPPENS IN RESIDENTIAL REHAB
As you progress, your care team will continually assess and adjust your treatment plan based on clinical and behavioral milestones.
Our addiction rehab center in Plymouth offers specialized treatment for opioid use disorder. Known as Comprehensive Opioid Response with the Twelve Steps (COR-12®), the program is designed to ease the discomfort of opioid withdrawal, reduce cravings and help you engage more successfully in substance abuse treatment.
This targeted approach incorporates individual and group therapy, lectures and, as clinically advised, medications. Hazelden Betty Ford behavioral medicine clinicians developed COR-12 at the onset of the opioid epidemic with the aim of helping patients achieve stable, Twelve Step-based recovery and, ultimately, freedom from drug use.
The program has a proven track record of keeping patients engaged in recovery activities over a longer duration—allowing for the additional time needed to regain health, practice new coping skills, and form connections that support lasting sobriety.
As the most intensive level of outpatient care, our day treatment program involves 20-30 hours of rehab activities and appointments a week. This level of care can be an ideal bridge from the 24/7 care and accountability of an inpatient program, or it can be the ideal level for your first rehab experience. You will have the best of both worlds: Integrated substance use and mental health rehab along with a supportive peer community to belong to while living at home. (Some day treatment patients choose to live on campus.)
Day treatment (known medically as partial hospitalization) can also be an effective level of care if you've experienced multiple treatment or recovery attempts. Our care teams will develop a highly personalized treatment plan to meet you where you are today and offer a new path forward.
Available in-person and virtually, our IOP level of care provides you with an individualized addiction rehab plan that incorporates counseling for ADHD, depression, anxiety, trauma or other co-occurring mental health issues you may be experiencing.
The number of treatment sessions each week and the length of programming/services are based on your specific clinical needs. As you develop and strengthen healthy practices and gain more experience in recovery, the number of IOP sessions will decrease.
Hazelden Betty Ford's help and support won’t end when you leave our treatment center. Many of the changes you start to make during treatment are new ways of living that take practice.
Our post-treatment services and resources are designed to empower your recovery and well-being for the long-term. And many of these resources are free.
TOOLS AND RESOURCES FOR YOU
Substance use problems and mental health issues often occur in tandem. For example, you might start to drink or use other drugs to “self-medicate” for anxiety. The symptoms of an anxiety disorder can become more severe with increased substance use and, vice versa, substance use issues can become more intense as anxiety worsens.
With such complex conditions, the most effective approach combines addiction treatment and mental health services to address all issues together. That's how Hazelden Betty Ford care teams diagnose and treat co-occurring disorders (also known dual diagnosis).
Our services are provided by addiction psychiatrists, clinical psychologists, therapists and addiction counselors.
Mental health services at Hazelden Betty Ford are available on an outpatient basis to the general public (individuals 12 years of age and older).
Our psychiatrists, psychologists and other licensed mental health professionals can help if you are struggling with depression, anxiety, loss, grief, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder—or you are just beginning to seek answers about possible symptoms or concerns.
OUTPATIENT MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES
We understand that finding the right help and getting the right diagnosis and care can feel impossible when you don't even know the questions to start asking. Talk with us. We have uniquely knowledgeable and specially trained contact people to help you figure out what’s going on and get a plan together.
Welcome to Hazelden Betty Ford’s Center for Teens, Young Adults and Families in Plymouth, Minnesota.
When you arrive on campus, you will be greeted by our friendly treatment center staff and guided through the admissions process. If you are coming in for inpatient care, your first stop will be our medical services unit where our physicians and nurses will address any medical needs you might have. This is also where you will safely and comfortably detox under the care of our licensed medical professionals.
Next, you will move to a residential treatment unit where your peers and staff members will help you settle in and get oriented.
Rehab for you won’t follow the exact services and activities as your peers because your care plan will be based on your specific needs.
Your Daily Schedule
Each morning, you will receive a copy of your daily schedule outlining your activities and appointments. Your day could include:
Your evening schedule could include:
You will have the opportunity to participate in many types of wellness activities, too. We have a music room, climbing wall, gym, meditation room and other spaces for recreation and reflection.
Our Plymouth facility is a nicotine-free campus. If nicotine addiction is an issue for you, your treatment plan will incorporate nicotine education, counseling and support groups to help you. Our medical staff will assess withdrawal symptoms and prescribe anti-craving medication if needed.
Cell Phone Use
Our inpatient treatment program at Plymouth is your time to unplug from the distractions of text messages and social media in order to focus fully on your health and well-being. If you bring your cell phone to campus, we will store it for you in secure location during your stay.
Callers can leave a message for you with staff, and you can return calls using a campus phone in the evening during free time.
Hazelden Betty Ford provides airport transportation if you are arriving for inpatient treatment at Plymouth. Families, visitors, and guests must arrange all other transportation to and from the facility. Ride share services and taxis are easily accessible at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airpor.
Hazelden Betty Ford
11505 36th Ave. North
Please check with staff to determine current visiting hours at Hazelden Betty Ford’s Center for Teens, Young Adults and Families.
Patients can make outgoing calls using a phone on their residential unit. Given the importance of keeping patients focused on treatment, phone calls are limited to 10 minutes.
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.
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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