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Altura, MN Alcohol Rehab Centers

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Latest Reviews

Latest Reviews of Rehabs in Minnesota

Northstar Behavioral Health/St Cloud

I love how they don’t turn you away and they work with you, the fact that they are supporting and wanna help you make good decisions is awesome I’m grateful for this outpatient treatment and the inpatient treatment as well.

- Dloryana
5 out of 5
Saint Cloud, MN

Mercy Hospital Unity Campus

Spent 3 days sober now 2 years. Only GOD to thank but get your ass in here - decide to decide. AODA don't help anymore do they? You're not the only one suffering. It's all behind closed doors. Get out into the light. .

- harlan
5 out of 5
Minneapolis, MN

The Retreat

The facility was intimate and very affordable. It is not for emergent medical emergencies but rather for people relapsing.

- Anonymous
5 out of 5
Wayzata, MN