Resources

12 Step Resources

    Local Service Organizations

      Local Treatment Centers & Halfway Homes

      • Arches-Group Residential Housing – The Group Residential Housing (GRH) program is a state subsidized, specialized board and lodging program for adult men with co-occurring mental illness and chemical dependency. Residents participate in group therapy, health care education and study group
      • Beauterre Recovery Institute – Beauterre Recovery Institute is a CARF accredited, 61 bed residential treatment provider in Owatonna MN, licensed to treat individuals suffering from a substance use disorder and co-occurring mental health issues. The Beauterre Experience offers an approa
      • Cochran Treatment Services and Halfway House – Located in Hastings, Minnesota on the scenic grounds of the Minnesota Veteran’s Home campus. The two Detox units and Cochran Programs are components of this corporation.
      • Crossroads Residential Aftercare – Crossroads is a home-like residence for men and women who have completed treatment for chemical addiction or compulsive gambling and desire a supportive, therapeutic place to live while adjusting to life without chemical use. It is located in a beautiful
      • Fairview Compulsive Gambling
      • Fairview Substance Abuse Treatment – Our programs are designed to address your personal emotional, social, cultural, spiritual, and physical needs. Because one family member’s problems affect all, we believe family involvement is essential to the healing process. Family members are expected
      • Hazelden – Hazelden invented modern addiction treatment, and our success in alcoholism and drug addiction treatment is based on years of research and studying what works in addiction recovery. We treat each person who comes to us with respect, while providing a safe
      • Hazelden's Fellowship Club – Hazelden’s St. Paul, Minnesota facility, also known as Fellowship Club, was established in 1953 and provides residential and outpatient care for men and women, ages 18 and over.
      • House of Charity – At House of Charity, we believe we must first meet an individualís basic needs for food and shelter. It is only after those needs are met and an individual feels secure and not solely focused on survival, that s/he can address other barriers to self-suf
      • Juel Fairbanks Chemical Dependency Services – Juel Fairbanks Chemical Dependency Services is primarily an American Indian agency although we do serve other propulations. Our treatment approach is eclectic in nature, addressing physical, spiritual, cultural and emotional needs of the client/residents
      • NuWay House – NuWay House, Inc. is a private, non-profit organization serving individuals recovering from chemical dependency since 1966. Our two residential programs provide individualized length of stay services for men and our outpatient counseling center is mixed g
      • Park Nicollet Melrose Center – Melrose Center is an eating disorders treatment center with locations in St. Louis Park, Maple Grove, and St. Paul. We offer specialty programming for males and females struggling with co-occurring eating disorders and substance use disorders.
      • Prodigal House – Prodigal House offers many different services to better serve the needs of chemically dependent men. Included are residential treatment, housing, a wide variety of groups and educational assistance just to name some of what we have.
      • Progress Valley – At Progress Valley, our goal is to provide a welcoming, supportive and structured sober living environment where clients can learn and heal from the chaos created by chemical abuse. We believe the process of recovery begins with personal accountability an
      • Project Turnabout – Project Turnabout was founded as a nonprofit organization in the early 1970s to help people with alcohol and drug use problems. In 1991 Project Turnabout developed the Vanguard program for compulsive gambling. Over the years we have continued to grow and
      • The Emily Program – Eating disorders treatment center with specialized services for those in early and long term recovery from addiction and alcoholism. We offer all levels of trauma- informed care and services to meet the particular needs of men and women with co-occurring
      • The Pride Institute – Specializing in the treatment of Substance Abuse, Sexual Health and co-occurring Mental Health issues and their manifestations within LGBTQ+ clients.
      • The Retreat – Our mission at The Retreat: To improve the quality of life for individuals, families and communities affected by alcohol and drug dependency by providing supportive educational services grounded in the Twelve Step principles of Alcoholics Anonymous which
      • The Salvation Army's Harbor Lights – Beacon Chemical Dependency Primary Treatment Program This program provides services to chemically dependent adult men. Relapse prevention is stressed. Beacon includes a 21-day in-house restriction with 30 hours per week of rehabilitative services. It is b
      • Transitions Outpatient Program – Clients receive group and individual counseling, rule 25 assessments, education and support to help them achieve their goals for a life that is purposeful, healthy and productive.Transitions offers group and individual treatment programs.
      • Union Gospel Mission's Christ Recovery Center – Alcohol and drug addiction are often at the core of chronic poverty and homelessness. Our 12-step resident recovery program helps men break the grip of addiction. A clearly identified Higher Power gives them the resolve to live a changed life.

      National Organizations

      • AA Grapevine – The AA Grapevine is the international journal of Alcoholics Anonymous. Written, edited, illustrated, and read by AA members and others interested in the AA program of recovery from alcoholism, the Grapevine is a lifeline linking one alcoholic to another.
      • Adult Children of Alcoholics – Adult Children of Alcoholics is an anonymous Twelve Step, Twelve Tradition program of women and men who grew up in an alcoholic or otherwise dysfunctional homes. We meet with each other in a mutually respectful, safe environment and acknowledge our common
      • African American AIDS Task Force – The mission of the African American AIDS Task Force is to provide culturally specific prevention, education and services to people of African descent who are living with or at risk of HIV/AIDS.
      • Arches-Group Residential Housing – The Group Residential Housing (GRH) program is a state subsidized, specialized board and lodging program for adult men with co-occurring mental illness and chemical dependency. Residents participate in group therapy, health care education and study group
      • Beauterre Recovery Institute – Beauterre Recovery Institute is a CARF accredited, 61 bed residential treatment provider in Owatonna MN, licensed to treat individuals suffering from a substance use disorder and co-occurring mental health issues. The Beauterre Experience offers an approa
      • Central Minnesota Area of Narcotics Anonymous – N.A. is a nonprofit Fellowship or society of men and women for whom drugs had become a major problem. We are recovering addicts who meet regularly to help each other stay clean.
      • Cochran Treatment Services and Halfway House – Located in Hastings, Minnesota on the scenic grounds of the Minnesota Veteran’s Home campus. The two Detox units and Cochran Programs are components of this corporation.
      • Crossroads Residential Aftercare – Crossroads is a home-like residence for men and women who have completed treatment for chemical addiction or compulsive gambling and desire a supportive, therapeutic place to live while adjusting to life without chemical use. It is located in a beautiful
      • Fairview Compulsive Gambling
      • Fairview Substance Abuse Treatment – Our programs are designed to address your personal emotional, social, cultural, spiritual, and physical needs. Because one family member’s problems affect all, we believe family involvement is essential to the healing process. Family members are expected
      • Gamblers Anonymous International Service Office – A fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from a gambling problem.
      • GLBT in Recovery – Members of the GLBT recovery community who have joined together to coordinate awareness and education about recovery in the GLBT community and provide clean and sober social events.
      • Gopher State Tape Library – A 501 3c non-profit corporation that creates and maintains an extensive compact disk and audio cassette library of speakers who are members of Alcoholics Anonymous, Al-Anon, Overeaters Anonymous, Emotions Anonymous, and Narcotics Anonymous.
      • Greater Minneapolis Intergroup – We help new members find local meetings of Alcoholics Anonymous in Minneapolis and the Suburban Area. Our sole reason for being here is to carry the message of Alcoholics Anonymous and to be of service to the A.A. Groups in Minneapolis and the Suburban Ar
      • H.E.A.R.T. – Help Enable Alcoholics and Addicts Receive Treatment – HEART has helped addicts receive treatment and begin a life in recovery since 1971. We have helped over a quarter of a million people by enabling them to receive treatment and achieve long-term successful sobriety.
      • Hazelden – Hazelden invented modern addiction treatment, and our success in alcoholism and drug addiction treatment is based on years of research and studying what works in addiction recovery. We treat each person who comes to us with respect, while providing a safe
      • Hazelden's Fellowship Club – Hazelden’s St. Paul, Minnesota facility, also known as Fellowship Club, was established in 1953 and provides residential and outpatient care for men and women, ages 18 and over.
      • Hennepin County Human Services and Public Health – The Human Services and Public Health Department (HSPHD) consists of a number of focused but flexible service areas, common internal support systems and cross-department integrated initiatives all working together to build better lives and stronger communi
      • House of Charity – At House of Charity, we believe we must first meet an individualís basic needs for food and shelter. It is only after those needs are met and an individual feels secure and not solely focused on survival, that s/he can address other barriers to self-suf
      • Juel Fairbanks Chemical Dependency Services – Juel Fairbanks Chemical Dependency Services is primarily an American Indian agency although we do serve other propulations. Our treatment approach is eclectic in nature, addressing physical, spiritual, cultural and emotional needs of the client/residents
      • Minnesota Crystal Meth Anonymous – A fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other so that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from addiction to crystal meth and all other mind-altering substances.
      • Minnesota Recovery Connection – MRC connects people seeking recovery to resources that help foster and sustain long-term recovery. Whether you are seeking resources for treatment, transportation, housing, job training, education, health or other pathways to recovery, MRC is a great plac
      • Narcotics Anonymous Minnesota Region – NA is a nonprofit Fellowship or society of men and women for whom drugs had become a major problem. We are recovering addicts who meet regularly to help each other stay clean.
      • Narcotics Anonymous World Services – Our vision is that every addict in the world has the chance to experience our message in his or her own language and culture and find the opportunity for a new way of life.
      • National Association of Recovery Residences (NARR) – The National Association of Recovery Residences promotes a recovery-oriented continuum of care for those with substance use disorders by credentialing recovery residences that implement empirically-based recovery principles and practice standards.
      • NuWay House – NuWay House, Inc. is a private, non-profit organization serving individuals recovering from chemical dependency since 1966. Our two residential programs provide individualized length of stay services for men and our outpatient counseling center is mixed g
      • Park Nicollet Melrose Center – Melrose Center is an eating disorders treatment center with locations in St. Louis Park, Maple Grove, and St. Paul. We offer specialty programming for males and females struggling with co-occurring eating disorders and substance use disorders.
      • Pride Alive – PrideAlive is gay and bisexual men and our allies working together to stop the spread of HIV and STDs by creating and sustaining a healthy sexual community. We empower individuals to participate in their health through educational, social, political, and
      • Prodigal House – Prodigal House offers many different services to better serve the needs of chemically dependent men. Included are residential treatment, housing, a wide variety of groups and educational assistance just to name some of what we have.
      • Progress Valley – At Progress Valley, our goal is to provide a welcoming, supportive and structured sober living environment where clients can learn and heal from the chaos created by chemical abuse. We believe the process of recovery begins with personal accountability an
      • Project Turnabout – Project Turnabout was founded as a nonprofit organization in the early 1970s to help people with alcohol and drug use problems. In 1991 Project Turnabout developed the Vanguard program for compulsive gambling. Over the years we have continued to grow and
      • Ramsey County Human Services – We provide a wide range of programs and services in the areas of public assistance, employment support, day care, social services, child and adult protection and clinical counseling. Our Department is also providing more community based services.
      • Saint Paul & Suburban Area Intergroup – Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. The only requirement for membership is a desire to st
      • The Aliveness Project – A community center located in South Minneapolis that provides services and programs to the HIV/AIDS community. Community center is the key phrase. While our members may be clients to some, or patients to others, they are still individuals that are unique.
      • The Big Book Online – 4th Edition – Alcoholics Anonymous, commonly referred to as “The Big Book”, in electronic version on the web.
      • The Emily Program – Eating disorders treatment center with specialized services for those in early and long term recovery from addiction and alcoholism. We offer all levels of trauma- informed care and services to meet the particular needs of men and women with co-occurring
      • The Pride Institute – Specializing in the treatment of Substance Abuse, Sexual Health and co-occurring Mental Health issues and their manifestations within LGBTQ+ clients.
      • The Retreat – Our mission at The Retreat: To improve the quality of life for individuals, families and communities affected by alcohol and drug dependency by providing supportive educational services grounded in the Twelve Step principles of Alcoholics Anonymous which
      • The Salvation Army's Harbor Lights – Beacon Chemical Dependency Primary Treatment Program This program provides services to chemically dependent adult men. Relapse prevention is stressed. Beacon includes a 21-day in-house restriction with 30 hours per week of rehabilitative services. It is b
      • Transitions Outpatient Program – Clients receive group and individual counseling, rule 25 assessments, education and support to help them achieve their goals for a life that is purposeful, healthy and productive.Transitions offers group and individual treatment programs.
      • Union Gospel Mission's Christ Recovery Center – Alcohol and drug addiction are often at the core of chronic poverty and homelessness. Our 12-step resident recovery program helps men break the grip of addiction. A clearly identified Higher Power gives them the resolve to live a changed life.
      • Upper Midwest Region of Narcotics Anonymous – The Upper Midwest Region of NA includes the cities of Fargo, Grafton, Grand Forks, Jamestown, Bismarck, Mandan, Dickinson, Minot, Wahpeton and Williston, North Dakota; Alexandria, Crookston, Detroit Lakes, Fergus Falls, Fertile, Moorhead, Morris, Park R