NorthStar Regional offers residential co-occurring addiction treatment programs for both men and women.
Residential Addiction Treatment
The co-occurring disorders treatment programming in the NorthStar Regional Men’s and Women’s Residential Programs includes group and individual therapy, educational lectures, meditation, recreational therapy, and participation in 12-step support groups. Men and women are housed in separate facilities with 24-hour staffing.
Personal success in recovery increase when treatment focuses on all aspects of the entire person. Clients in the NorthStar Regional Program will be treated holistically. We address substance abuse, mental health issues, and medical/psychiatric issues. This approach allows our clients to achieve the best treatment outcomes. Lengths of stay will depend on the client’s progress in the program.
The NorthStar Regional Residential Program is designed specifically for the treatment of co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders. Our philosophy is to treat both chemical and mental health disorders at the same time for true recovery to occur. The program utilizes up-to-date education and evidence-based treatment techniques while incorporating a strong abstinence-base 12-step philosophy. Treatment of co-occurring disorders is designed for three primary outcomes: 1) reduce symptoms, 2) prevent relapse, and 3) achieve stability/participation in clients’ own wellness.
Following the completion of residential treatment, continuum of care options is available through NorthStar Regional, including individual counseling, psychiatric services, intensive outpatient chemical dependency treatment, intensive outpatient mental health services and sober homes.
Connect with the Right People
Men’s Residential Co-Occurring Addiction Treatment
Phone: (952) 208-1109
Fax: (952) 208-1126
For information about and photos of our men’s residential co-occurring addiction treatment center, visit here.
Women’s Residential Co-Occurring Addiction Treatment
Residential CO-OCCURRING ADDICTION TREATMENT Overview
How It Works
Programming includes psychiatry services, group and individual therapy, educational lectures, meditation, recovery recreational therapy, and participation in 12-step support groups. Treatment in our residential co-occurring addiction treatment programs is individualized and includes ongoing assessments.
During weekly sessions with their primary counselor, patients will:
- Review their individual treatment plan.
- Discuss their progress.
- Update their Six Dimension severity ratings.
The duration of Track 1 of our Residential Co-Occurring Addiction Treatment Program averages 4 weeks.
21 per week = 31 hours
Primary (12 hrs), Co-Occurring Disorders Recovery Group (6 hrs), Recovery Topics Lecture (1 hr), Family Education (2 hrs), Daily Meditation (7 hrs), Art Therapy (1 hr), Community Meeting (1 hr), and Recovery Yoga (1 hr).
2-3 per week = 2-3 hours
(Primary Counselor, Mental Health Therapist and Psychiatrist)
Residential Co-occurring addiction treatment staff
Our staff is made up of experienced, compassionate professionals specializing in clinical treatment across the disciplines of psychiatry, addictions, psychology, spirituality, and marriage and family therapy.
Looking to Learn More?
Want to learn more about our Residential Co-Occurring Addiction Treatment Programs? Download a PDF copy of our residential programs informational booklet, visit the specific Men’s Residential or Women’s Residential pages, call us at (833) 677-4673, or use the contact form via the button below, and we’ll be happy to direct you from there.
Looking to Learn More?
Want to learn more about our
Download a PDF copy of our residential programs informational booklet, visit the specific Men’s Residential or Women’s Residential pages, call us at (877) 677-4673, or use the contact form via the button below, and we’ll be happy to direct you from there.