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All clients receive individual counseling on an as needed/requested basis to help the client identify and address problems related to chemical use and develop strategies to avoid inappropriate chemical use after discharge. Provided by CD Counselor, Mental Health Professional.
Weekly lectures are conducted by CD Counselor, Mental Health Professional, (and/or other staff) on topics to develop strategies in living life chemically free to avoid inappropriate chemical use and health problems and changes in life style to regain and maintain health, including specific methods to address/reduce stress.
Designed to assist participants in developing their minds, bodies, and spirits toward positive living. Clients are able to explore and participate in alternative recreational activities to alcohol and drug use. Scheduled at least weekly, provided by Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor or and identified agency or person(s) that are specifically qualified to provide these services.
Education, employment, and service coordination with community support services Monitoring of individualized transition goal plan. Job seeking, containment and retaining of employment, financial management/budget, and relationship building. Licensed CD Counselor and Licensed Social Worker will provide this, on a per client need basis.
All clients participate in group counseling each week, to assist in identifying and addressing problems related to chemical use and necessary changes in lifestyle to regain and maintain health. Groups will address co-occurring mental illness issues via education on the impact of mental health and chemical dependency. Provided by CD Counselor, Mental Health Professional.
MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES
All clients are screened during the comprehensive assessment regarding mental health concerns, by the Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor. Those who appear to be in need will be assessed by our Mental Health Staff. Minnesota Recovery Center will provide therapy services specializing in Chemical Dependency and Co-Occurring Disorders.
Women's Only Counceling
These weekly lectures are conducted by a chemical health counselor, mental health professional, (and/or other staff) on topics to develop gender specific strategies in living life chemically free to avoid inappropriate chemical use and related gender health problems that can rise from use and changes that can occur in life style to regain and maintain health, including specific methods to reduce stress, anxiety, depression, etc.
CULTURAL SPECIFIC SERVICES
MN Recovery Center delivers specific group and educational services that reflect the needs of all multicultural groups of Mental Health and Alcohol and Drug abuse/dependency. A men’s and women’s relapse concerns group specific to this population is delivered weekly. Specific community resources for all cultures, adults, adolescents, and families are introduced to clients.
Minnesota Recovery Center places a strong emphasis on family and community. A Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor will provide group and individual family alcohol and drug education of effects on the family, and assist the client in building a supportive recovery environment. Lecture Education in a group format will happen at least 2 times per month.
Information on HIV, drug and alcohol use during pregnancy, sexually transmitted diseases, nutrition, hepatitis, tuberculosis and living life chemically free. Changes in life style to regain and maintain health, as well as, developing methods to deal with stress in daily living. Provided by a Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor and/or an identified agency or person(s).
HEALTH SCREENING / SERVICE COORDIATION
Minnesota Recovery Center has a primary focus on health. With a Registered Nurse on the team. Minnesota Recovery Center is able to screen, refer, as well as, provide hands on service. Coordination with community providers. Minnesota Recovery Center will assist with monitoring individual health and wellness plan, at least weekly.
Spiritual Leader Meetings- are delivered by well-respected individuals within the community based on the client’s spiritual needs. Community Involvement- Clients will be introduced to different types of recovery meetings in the community. (Men’s Recovery, Alcoholics Anonymous, etc.)