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Addiction and mental health services for teens, young adults and their families.
The Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation has addiction and mental health facilities in 8 States throughout the United States.
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The Renewal Center for Healing and Recovery from Addiction
The Dan Anderson Renewal Center is the place where we can retreat from the world momentarily, immerse ourselves in Twelve Step insights, and emerge with a stronger recovery, a gentle resolve and a keen understanding of life. This is where recovery lives.
Why do people become addicted to alcohol and other drugs? How effective is addiction treatment? What makes certain substances so addictive? The Butler Center for Research at the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation investigates these and other questions and publishes its scientific findings in a variety of alcohol and drug addiction research papers and reports.
From marketing to housekeeping, each position at the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation provides purposeful and inspiring work with colleagues who share your commitment and drive.
Butler Center for Research staff members have been published in academic journals and other influential communications in the field of addiction treatment and recovery.
The feasibility of implementing a pay-for-performance program in the treatment of alcohol/drug addiction: Implementation and initial results
Young adults with co-occurring disorders: Substance use disorder treatment response and outcomes
Psychiatric comorbidity and Twelve Step participation: a longitudinal investigation of treated young adults
Emerging adults' treatment outcomes in relation to Twelve Step mutual-help attendance and active involvement
Attention and recognition memory bias for alcohol-related stimuli among alcohol-dependent patients attending residential treatment
Computer-based recovery support for patients receiving residential treatment for alcohol/drug dependence: relationship between program use and outcomes