Northland Recovery Center

Detoxification is a process by which toxic or harmful chemicals are removed from the body. The detoxification process is one in which a person is assisted by specially trained medical and counseling staff. Detoxification services are open and available twenty-four hours a day, every day of the year. Call with questions about admission any time at 218-327-1026.

Inpatient Treatment
Inpatient Treatment provides intensive therapy in all aspects of recovery for those who are unable to maintain abstinence during outpatient treatment. The residential stay is followed by an individualized schedule of outpatient treatment during day or evening hours. The length of outpatient treatment will vary according to length of the residential stay, but the total length of the treatment process for a combination of residential and outpatient care is typically four to six weeks.
EXTENDED CARE: Extended Care offers the opportunity to practice living without alcohol and drugs. The focus is on rehabilitation and community reintegration, along with education, leisure time, work skills and access to a wide range of resources, school, jobs and health care.
Outpatient Treatment
Outpatient Treatment is an intensive, conveniently structured treatment program for those individuals able to abstain from use of alcohol and other drugs while involved in the treatment process. Treatment may be arranged during the day, evening or a combination according to need.

Aftercare and Relapse
Aftercare and relapse prevention services provide support and stability for ongoing recovery of individuals who have completed primary treatment. Both the men’s and women’s aftercare groups focus on issues such as coping skills, securing ongoing support, family and marital dynamics, work pressures, socializing, spirituality, relaxation and stress management. Relapse prevention may be recommended for those considered “high risk” for returning to alcohol or other drug use. Relapse prevention builds awareness of a person’s personal relapse process. The goal is to explore old patterns and new choices to stop the cycle from repeating.

(218) 327-1105

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