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Drug and Alcohol Addiction Treatment Centers in Strandquist, Minnesota

If abusing drugs or alcohol is negatively affecting your professional and personal life, Strandquist has a large number of great drug abuse centers to help you or someone close to you. Whether addicted to Ritalin, opiate drugs, pain pills or alcohol, we can help you connect with rehabilitation to get the top-rated help available. You can even find executive or executive treatment in Strandquist to make rehab as easy as possible.

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Latest Reviews of Rehabs in Minnesota

Northern MN Addiction Wellness Center

My significant other went here a few years back. Other then a couple bumps in the road which they were there to help him thru...I couldn't recommend a better place with a great staff and ongoing support. They show they care for families and clients

- Laura
5 out of 5
Bemidji, 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

Mercy Hospital Unity Campus

Spent 3 days sober now 2 years. Only GOD to thank but get your ass in here - decide to decide. AODA don't help anymore do they? You're not the only one suffering. It's all behind closed doors. Get out into the light. .

- harlan
5 out of 5
Minneapolis, MN