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Drug and Alcohol Addiction Treatment Centers in Oak Island, Minnesota

If substance dependency is negatively impacting your home and work life, Oak Island has a collection of excellent drug abuse centers to help you or a relative. Whether addicted to OxyContin, opiates, painkillers or alcohol, we can help you connect with rehabilitation to get excellent help available. You can even find exclusive or luxury treatment in Oak Island to make rehab as easy as possible.

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Information About Rehab in Oak Island

Latest Reviews

Latest Reviews of Rehabs in Minnesota

Progress Valley - Recovery Center for Men

Responsibility was a strength. Weaknesses include allowing clients to practice coping skills.

- Anonymous
3.7 out of 5
Richfield, MN

The Retreat

This year The Retreat celebrates 25 years of saving lives! Over 30,000 men, women and families from around the world have found hope & recovery at The Retreat, with some of the best outcomes in the recovery field. Staff are professional and caring.

- John
5 out of 5
Wayzata, MN

Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation

Until and unless the patient is willing to admit being powerless to the addiction, I don't believe anyone-Hazelden staff, family members, or anybody else can deliver sobriety. I did not read all of the negative posts; my take-away, however, is many were written by disappointed family members. An often mentioned topic was cost. My question to those people: How much is a loving, trustworthy, caring, no longer self-centered recovering alcoholic or addict worth? Another negative theme seems to be unrealistic expectations of results in a 28 day period. Until the patient understands and accepts addiction is a disease of the mind, body, and soul, the recovery process cannot begin. 28 days is a mere beginning. My experience with Hazelden gave me a tremendous base of knowledge to become sober. For that, I am extremely grateful. The others in my life, whether family, friends, or co-workers, are as well. Thank you so much!

- Art
4.7 out of 5
Center City, MN