Hazelden was founded in 1949 at a Minnesota lakeside farmhouse and was later merged with Betty Ford Center. Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation prides itself to be the world’s largest and renowned non-profit alcohol and drug addiction treatment provider. The center operates with a vision- “Together, we will overcome addiction”. The Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation is a healing force for families, individuals, and communities grappling with substance addiction.
Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation treatment centers are accredited by The Joint Commission, which establishes standards for patient care. Moreover, the center is a member of the National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers (NAATP), an organization that provides the highest quality of addiction treatment The foundation provides prevention and recovery solutions for teens and adults struggling with addiction nationwide. The facility has 17 sites in Minnesota, Oregon, Illinois, New York, Florida, Colorado & Texas, Massachusetts, and California.
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Whether you come to us for inpatient rehab or an outpatient program, your core treatment activities will include:
- Group therapy
- Individual therapy
- Educational presentations and workshops
- Special-focus groups
- Mental health services
- Mindfulness and relaxation practices
Our facilities are warm and welcoming, designed with your safety, comfort, and serenity in mind.
Addiction treatment programs and services at the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation are not defined by a number of days, but rather by individual needs. Our phased approach allows patients to advance through treatment at a pace based on their specific situation and clinical milestones.
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