Hazelton Rehab in Minnesota treats alcohol and drug addictions. This rehabilitation institution offers inpatient and outpatient treatment programs for adults, teens, young adults and children.
The children’s program is designed for boys and girls between the ages of 7 and 12 who have grown up in families with drug and alcohol addictions. The program encourages children to open up and share their feelings about their alcohol- or drug-addicted parents.
The institute also offers a family program, which is designed to help families deal with relatives who are addicted to alcohol or drugs. There is also an older adult program for those above the age of 50. The treatment program addresses a number of age-related issues, including mental and physical health, as well as financial security, family structure, the importance of life, and the stigma of drug and alcohol addictions.
The institute also provides an adolescent and young adult program for people between the ages of 12 and 25. It offers different levels of care, including outpatient rehab, inpatient treatment, sober living and continuing care. The treatment program helps young people addicted to alcohol or drugs, such as heroin and painkillers, and addresses issues young people regularly face, such as trauma, anxiety, depression and compulsive behavior.