Stillwater Outpatient Treatment Program – Stillwater, MN
An Outpatient Drug and Alcohol Treatment Center for Men and Women by Meridian Behavioral Health
The Meridian Behavioral Health Stillwater outpatient treatment center is an outpatient substance abuse treatment program. We provide chemical health services to adult men and women 18 years or older who have a diagnosis of chemical abuse or chemical dependency, and a co-occurring chemical health and mental health disorders. Our facility is located in beautiful Stillwater, Minnesota.
Our outpatient treatment services include:
- relapse prevention skills
- specialized programming for professionals
- anger management skills
- living skills
- social skills
- stress management
- nutrition education
- relationship and communication skills
- self-esteem and recreational therapy
At Meridian Behavioral Health, all of our programs are designed to engage, motivate, and educate each individual through personalized care. We do this through educational lectures, skill building workshop, and individual and group therapy sessions.
Avalon Stillwater also provides chemical health assessments by appointment to determine diagnosis, recommendation, and/or referral for individuals having concerns regarding their substance use. Call us now, or request a Chemical Health Assessment appointment online.
Our program includes the following features:
- Methadone Friendly
- Flexible Schuduling for Professionals
- Cognitive Skills Training
- Family Systems Dynamics
- Relapse Prevention Models
- Group Therapy
- Individual Counseling
- Psychological Evaluation
- Chemical Health Assessments
More Co-Ed Outpatient Treatment Centers:
All of our co-ed outpatient programs are licensed treatment centers, providing help for adult men and women in a safe, comfortable, and confidential environment. In addition to our Stillwater outpatient treatment facility, we offer our co-ed outpatient services at four more facility located throughout Minnesota. Choose the location that works for you to learn more, including their group sessions schedule.