Outpatient Addiction Treatment for Lifelong Recovery
Minnesota Alcohol and Drug Treatment Centers
Getting help for you or a loved one for lifelong rehabilitation from alcohol or drug addiction starts with a simple phone call. One of our seven locations across Minnesota provides outpatient treatment that fits all lifestyle needs. Don’t be overwhelmed, we guide you from assessment through to recovery.
Our Personalized Services
- Referrals & Entrance to Treatment for alcohol outpatient programs
- Financial – Obtaining approval from insurance or public funding
Getting the right help from trusted professionals is a priority. New Beginnings Minnesota is ready to help you to recovery success. Your new life is waiting!
I owe everyone at New Beginnings a great debt of gratitude. -Craig
I am so grateful for my life today and all of the relationships I have because of New Beginnings. -Lori
I would recommend New Beginnings Minnesota to everyone who needs help to deal with life on life’s terms. -Tammy
My success in recovery started at New Beginings -A.B.
I could listen to my counselor, I could listen to other people’s recovery and start learning a new way of living. -Bob
Frequently Asked Questions
What kind of treatment do I need?
Can you make someone get treatment if they don’t want it?
We don’t keep clients against their will. The only way to require someone to get treatment is through a legal process called a commitment. However, if you know someone who needs help, but is resisting, feel free to contact our admissions staff about other options such as an intervention. We provide education and referrals on the intervention process, and can work with families and professionals to help clients see the benefits of treatment.
What is the success rate for treatment?
“If you follow the program and recommendations 100%, you will be 100% successful.” – Nina Johnson, former New Beginnings Minnesota Treatment Director
Success can be defined many different ways, but the reality is that drug treatment outcomes depend mostly on the clients themselves. Treatment provides safety and stability, teaches relapse prevention skills and builds sober networks. But using the tools provided is always an individual choice. By helping people build the skills and motivation to recover, we can give them every hope for a new beginning.