Outpatient Rehab and Recovery for Adults Ages 18+ The Hazelden addiction treatment center campus in Saint Paul, Minnesota, with its historic Fellowship Club sober living residence, is a healing place where traditional recovery wisdom meets research-informed practices and approaches. Conveniently located west of downtown St. Paul, our rehab facility was recently renovated and expanded in order to serve more patients and families as well as the surrounding recovery community. Hazelden clinicians employ time-tested and evidence-based treatment protocols with multiple outpatient care options to give patients the best chance at achieving lifelong recovery from alcohol or other drug addiction. Are You or a Loved One Struggling with Substance Abuse? Contact us or call 1-866-831-5700 today and a recovery expert will guide you through the outpatient programs and services available at Hazelden in Saint Paul. Be sure to ask us about insurance coverage options as well. Tour Hazelden in St. Paul Look inside our St. Paul campus, also known as Fellowship club, plus watch more videos and hear stories of recovery. Why Outpatient Treatment? Raising children. Earning a living. Cooking, cleaning and paying utility bills. Life's everyday stresses and responsibilities don't magically disappear when you begin an addiction treatment program. And yet, effective addiction rehab requires all-out commitment, focused attention and new ways of living that take practice and patience. Outpatient drug rehab programs at Hazelden in Saint Paul, Minnesota, equip patients with the knowledge, skills, accountability and support to successfully navigate both worlds, simultaneously. Three levels of outpatient care for substance abuse are offered. Day Treatment Our day treatment program, sometimes referred to as partial hospitalization, is offered Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Day treatment is individually focused to address each patient;s specific situation and challenges. Educational and therapeutic sessions are designed to help patients build skills in the areas of coping, resilience, accountability and initiative. For patients who need additional support, our onsite sober living community is an effective option. Day treatment is an ideal treatment level for men and women who have experienced a recent relapse, are transitioning out of an inpatient addiction treatment program, or are struggling with co-occurring mental health issues such as anxiety or depression. Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) Our weekday and weekend intensive outpatient programs meet conveniently during the morning or evening so patients can manage work and family responsibilities while in treatment. Patients typically participate in our intensive outpatient program four times a week when beginning treatment. Those sessions gradually decrease to once a week as patients reach clinical and personal milestones. In our IOP program, patients stay with the same addiction counselor throughout their course of care rather than changing counselors as treatment becomes less frequent. This one-counselor approach has been shown to provide patients with excellent continuity of care. Our onsite sober living program is also available for IOP patients who want more structure, accountability and support. Intensive Outpatient Program Schedule Weekday Mornings Monday–Thursday: 9:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m. Weeknights Monday–Thursday: 5:30–8:30 p.m. Weeknight/Weekends (Men's Program) Wednesday, Thursday, Friday: 5:30–8:30 p.m. Saturday: 9:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m. COR-12™ Afternoons Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday: 1–4 p.m. Wednesday afternoons mental health groups, therapy appointments and medication appointments will be offered LGBTQ+ Intensive Outpatient Group According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, people who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender (LGBT) often face social stigma, discrimination and other challenges not encountered by people who identify as heterosexual. They also face a greater risk of harassment and violence. As a result of these and other stressors, sexual minorities are at increased risk for various behavioral health issues. Data from the National Survey on Drug Use and Health shows adults defined as "sexual minority" (in this survey, meaning lesbian, gay or bisexual) were more than twice as likely as heterosexual adults to have used any illicit drug in the past year. And about 1 in 10 (10.4 percent) misused prescription pain relievers, compared to 4.5 percent of heterosexual adults. In response, Hazelden Betty Ford in St. Paul, MN offers a LGBTQ+ Intensive Outpatient Group. In addition to the core program offerings, patients will also receive: Individualized substance abuse treatment with special-focus LGBTQ+ small-group sessions A safe and supportive environment Expert and compassionate care Process groups address identity development, trauma, relationships and other special-focus topics LGBTQ Afternoons Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday: 1-4 p.m. Intermediate Care Our intermediate care program, sometimes referred to as a halfway house level of care, is a residential chemical dependency treatment program that combines a structured sober living environment with drug and alcohol addiction counseling, life-skills development and vocational counseling. Our warm and welcoming sober living residence is located in a newly expanded wing of our St. Paul, MN, facility, with sweeping Mississippi River views and comfortable, home-like accommodations. This intermediate care community offers an ideal living situation for women and men who are transitioning out of a drug and alcohol rehab program or for those who are participating in outpatient addiction treatment. Specialized Services In addition to our core outpatient drug rehab programs, Hazelden in St. Paul, MN, offers several specialized treatment-related services. Opioid addiction treatment Patients who come to us with opioid use disorder face unique challenges and difficulties that can undermine rehab. Our evidence-based opioid treatment program may include medication-assisted treatment to ease the discomfort of withdrawal and reduce cravings. Mental health services Expert clinicians at our St. Paul campus provide mental health care for our treatment patients as well as services for the general community, on an outpatient basis. Some of the most common addiction-related issues we address include anxiety, depression and post-traumatic stress (PTSD), among other conditions. Teen Intervene screening and brief intervention Has your teenage son or daughter been caught using marijuana? Or maybe they've admitted to drinking with other underage friends. Chances are you're not facing full-blown, active addiction, but some type of intervention is needed. Our Teen Intervene program is a three-session counselor/teen one-on-one program guides young people in examining why they've chosen to use alcohol or drugs and how they can make healthier choices in the future. Teen Intervene also involves parent education, support and guidance. Available Monday-Saturday by appointment, Teen Intervene costs $318/session or $954 for all three sessions. Recovery Management Our expert help and support won't end when you complete your treatment program with us. In addition to a variety of recovery support services provided by the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation, our St. Paul, Minnesota, facility offers continuing care groups, including: Health Care Professionals Group – Mondays, 6–8 p.m. Pilots Group – Tuesdays, 5–7 p.m. Onsite Twelve Step meetings Hazelden Betty Ford Named Centers of Excellence Among Top Insurers Hazelden Betty Ford is proud to be recognized by various insurance providers for our leadership, best practices, research, support and training in the addiction field. Standards vary by provider. Recognition for Hazelden in St. Paul, Minnesota, include: Beacon Health recognizes Hazelden Betty Ford as a Select Provider. Cigna recognizes Hazelden Betty Ford as a Designated Preferred Provider. Aetna has named Hazelden Betty Ford an Institute of Quality (IOQ). IOQ facilities are those that show excellence in care and a commitment to continuous improvement.