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Family-Centered Recovery

For adults with children, it is not just about their own recovery, but the well-being of the entire family. Research shows that keeping families intact during recovery treatment has positive outcomes for all involved. Parents are more motivated to stick to their treatment plan when their children are still with them. And children who stay with their parents during recovery experience less trauma.

The Family Recovery Project welcomes parents with children of all ages, women or couples who are pregnant, as well as caregivers with children in their custody. Through the Family Recovery Project, you’ll receive outpatient treatment with lodging, so you can maintain custody of your children. You’ll also receive a variety of services to meet the complex needs of your entire family system. All of this support is available at no cost to you.

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Registration is Open for UMN's Spread Your Wings Youth Programs

All youth camps including swimming, rock climbing, art instruction, themed activities, and recreational games.

UMN Recreation and Wellness's Minnesota Sport Schools, Kids' University, and Discovering 'U' camps also include two to three hours of specialized, daily instruction, which ranges from sports to science to art. Spread your wings and experience a summer of fun with Youth Programs!

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Families Recover Together

RS EDEN’s whole-family recovery work has a proven track record. This wraparound community of support helps RS EDEN staff see that each participant and their family members can identify the tools needed to maintain stability for themselves and their family.

Partner Providers


Avivo increases well-being through recovery and career advancement while working to end homelessness.

Ramsey County: Mothers First

Mothers First provides support to families for sober pregnancies and assists women/birthing persons struggling with substance use.

MN Trauma Recovery Institute

MN Trauma Recovery Institute aims to heal the legacy of traumatic stress in families involved in the criminal justice system.

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Supported by MN DHS

The Family Recovery Project is made possible by a $3.5 million grant from the Behavioral Health Division of the Minnesota Department of Human Services.

This project aims to reduce barriers to substance use treatment, specifically for parents who face racial disparities, individuals who are pregnant or have children, people living in areas with treatment deficits, and those involved with the justice system.

Not sure where to start?

We know this process can seem complicated.
Feel free to call our Recovery Intake Line with any questions:

Or click below to fill out a brief survey to help us assess your needs:

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