College Students and Alcohol/Other Drugs (Augsburg’s EP!C Peer Health Educators’ Page)
Go Ask Alice Q&A on college health, alcohol and other drugs, sexual health, and mental health.
National Institute on Drug Abuse Drugs of Abuse
Alcohol & Other Drug Addiction & Dependency
Alcoholics Anonymous Intergroup Number – Can give you the time and location of a group that will fit your schedule.
Eating disorder-friendly AA meetings Wednesday nights (6:30-7:30pm); The Emily Program
Al-Anon – Support groups for those affected by someone else’s alcoholism.
Women for Sobriety “…the psychological (emotional) needs of women in recovery are very different from those of men. The New Life Program is directed to these specific needs of women in recovery.”
SMART Recovery “SMART Recovery is the leading self-empowering addiction recovery support group. Our participants learn tools for addiction recovery based on the latest scientific research and participate in a world-wide community which includes free, self-empowering, science-based mutual help groups.”
SMART Recovery Marijuana addiction — what does it look like? online support
NAMI MN Dual Diagnosis Support Group For adults living with both a mental illness and chemical dependency. 4-5:30pm Sundays.
Assessment & Referral for Treatment
University of Minnesota Medical Center Mental Health and Substance Abuse Recovery Treatment Programs – Confidential chemical dependency evaluations. Call 612-672-2736 to schedule an evaluation. Takes most insurances.
Hennepin County Chemical Health Services – 612-348-4111 Listing of contacts for all counties, tribes, and healthcare plans.
Tubman – 612-870-2426
University of Minnesota Mental Health & Substance Abuse Treatment Programs – Confidential chemical dependency evaluations. Call 612-672-2736 to schedule an evaluation. Takes most insurances.
Hazelden Center – 651-213-4000 (St. Paul location; also locations in Maple Grove and Plymouth)
Pride Institute – Chemical dependency and behavioral health services for the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender communities. 800-547-7743
The Retreat Non-clinical, mutual help approach, grounded in the spiritual principles of AA. Affordable.
First Nation Recovery Center Native-based, faith-based, 12 step recovery program. Minneapolis 612-871-1208
Smiley’s Clinic — Opioid Recovery Care Compassionate, non-judgmental whole-person approach to outpatient treatment. “Our program features medication-assisted treatment with suboxone and other medications, support from behavioral health specialists and clinical pharmacists, evidence-based care and a team approach. We provide these services to patients over age 18 who are not currently taking methadone.” For more information or to make an appointment, call 612-333-0770.
Alcohol Addiction Center Information online about treatment and alcoholism.
Gambler’s Anonymous 12-step support program 1-855-222-5542
Minnesota Gambling Problems Resource Center Confidential 24 hour hotline. Information and referral for services for problem/compulsive gamblers and other concerned individuals. 1-800-333-HOPE
University of Minnesota Medical Center Compulsive Gambling Program (go to bottom of page)
Sex Addicts Anonymous 12-step support program