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Drug and Alcohol Addiction Treatment Centers in Isanti, Minnesota

If substance dependency is tearing your family apart, Isanti has a large number of excellent drug abuse centers to help you or someone you care about. Whether addicted to Dicodid, opiate drugs, pain pills or alcohol, we can help you connect with rehabilitation to get the top-rated help available. You can even find exclusive or executive treatment in Isanti to make rehabilitation as easy as possible.

Treatment Centers near Isanti, MN

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Newport Academy
Newport Academy
1726 7th Avenue South Saint Cloud, MN 56301
- 50 Miles Away
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The Newport Academy treatment centers in St. Cloud, Minnesota, treat teens with mental health and co-occurring disorders from around the state, the Chicago area, and throughout the Midwest. With the Midwest states seeing the highest increases in youth suicide rates among all 50 states, the need for residential treatment facilities in the Midwest is more critical than ever. Newport residential programs treat clients aged 12-17 who are struggling with teen depression, teen anxiety, teen eating disorders, teen trauma, and teenage substance abuse. Through our clinical expertise and integrated care, we empower teens and restore families. Contact us today to find out how we can help your teen.
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Allina Health Residential Addiction Services - Cambridge
701 South Dellwood Street Cambridge, MN 55008
- 9 Miles Away
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Amazing Grace Recovery Services
23671 Saint Francis Boulevard NW Saint Francis, MN 55070
- 6 Miles Away
Allina Health Outpatient Addiction Services - Cambridge
522 11th Avenue SW Cambridge, MN 55008
- 9 Miles Away
Freedom Center
133 2nd Avenue SW Cambridge, MN 55008
- 9 Miles Away
Riverplace Counseling Center
6058 Highway 10 Anoka, MN 55303
- 14 Miles Away
4.0
(3)
Transformation House I
2532 North Ferry Street Anoka, MN 55303
- 14 Miles Away
Begin Anew
7533 SunWood Drive NW Anoka, MN 55303
- 14 Miles Away
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Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation

The accommodations, food and most of the staff were all great. My only complaint is that Hazelden only offers 12-Step-based treatment. The intake counselor my family and I spoke with on the phone lied, telling us that they were incorporating the latest techniques and were less 12-Step focused than in the past. This was absolutely false. I have nothing against the 12 Steps - far from it. They have helped millions of people. I’ve seen them work miracles on people I was tempted to dismiss as beyond saving. They can work for anyone. And don’t worry if you’re not that into God. Hazelden constantly reminds people that their “higher power” doesn’t have to be God. My problem isn’t with the 12 Steps, it’s that this is the only approach Hazelden utilizes. . If you question the idea that only the 12 Steps can get you sober at Hazelden, you are in for tough time. You will be told that you will relapse. You will be told that your only future is jail, institutionalization or death from your addiction. You will be described as “terminally unique.” Your way thinking will be labeled “grandiose.” And all those people who got sober without the 12 Steps? According to Hazelden, they are simply “dry drunks.” If you can’t or won’t follow the 12 Steps, Hazelden will not help you. Most nights at Hazelden, residents attend a lecture from previous patients who achieved sobriety through their program. One fellow I saw speak had been through Hazelden SEVEN times. Between his first and last visit, he lost everything - his job, his house and his family. You might think that after the third or fourth time, they would consider suggesting a different type of treatment for him. Apparently they never did, they took his money every time. I’m glad that this man is now sober, but I can’t help but wonder if, had he chosen a different approach, would he have had to pay such a steep price? If you had a different illness that was also potentially life-threatening, what kind of doctor would you seek out? Would you go to a doctor that only offers one treatment and prescribes it to everyone regardless of their symptoms? Or would you want someone that was aware of all of the possible treatments and would prescribe the one that will work best for you? A more appropriate question might be, would you seek treatment at a spiritual center? Hazelden is really a spiritual program. I don’t have a problem with that, but please realize that most of the staff are not doctors or psychologists. Their counselors typically have less training than chiropractors. One thing to be aware of with Hazelden, and this is true for a lot of other residential programs as well, is that they do not allow patients ta take certain medications, even when prescribed by a physician. In my case, I was denied access to my ADHD medicine which meant I felt physically terrible for the entire 28 days. If you take any medications, double-check that you will be allowed to have them in the program that you choose. If a person is desperate to reclaim their life from addiction and are willing to do whatever they are told, Hazelden is a great option. . If you are interested in a treatment that’s based on psychology and/or medicine, or at least would like to be offered science-based options, I would look elsewhere. If money is an issue, or you’re on the fence about residential treatment, I can sum up what Hazelden teaches with this: For the rest of your life: 1. Go to AA/NA meetings 2. Get an AA/NA sponsor 3. Work the 12 Steps In any case, know that millions of people have overcome their addictions. There is hope! God speed to you and your family.

- Chris
4.3 out of 5
Plymouth, MN

The Retreat

The Retreat...oh, I could go on and on about how wonderful this place is!!! Many of the "guests" were not new to treatment, many had been to other facilities, which were great for the clinical aspect of treatment but what I was told they lacked is the spiritual element, or the higher power. For many the true surrender could not happen without this. It was not based in a religion at all, but examined faith in something greater than ourselves. Many still wanted to hang on to the idea that we have control, which is how I felt. The staff are all addicts in recovery, in fact, none are certified counselors. The trust factor there went way up for me. real people, real pasts with addiction. current success stories. It is not a lock down facility, the doors never locked from the inside. That right there was comforting, knowing I was there with a group who truly wanted sobriety for themselves. I am going to be 4 years sober on feb 5th 2015.I had a sponsor before I entered, I have attended aftercare as suggested, still go to meetings weekly and have the same sponsor. I am in regular contact with many that I went through the program with. A couple relapsed briefly, but the majority have sobriety dates right around mine!!!! Was beyond my expectations.

- Andrea
5 out of 5
Wayzata, MN

Northstar Behavioral Health/St Cloud

I love how they don’t turn you away and they work with you, the fact that they are supporting and wanna help you make good decisions is awesome I’m grateful for this outpatient treatment and the inpatient treatment as well.

- Dloryana
5 out of 5
Saint Cloud, MN