Programs & Services
From early achievements in substance abuse treatment and correctional residential programs, RS EDEN has evolved into a multi-faceted community human service agency whose mission is to provide recovery, accountability, and support services to facilitate individual, family, and community movement from homelessness and instability to stability and self-sufficiency. RS EDEN programs help youth, adults, and families achieve this through innovative service models and housing programs that promote productivity, recovery, employment, and the capacity to give back to the community. At the core of RS EDEN services is the belief that with structure, stability, and accountability, people can and do change. Together with partner agencies and individuals, RS EDEN seeks to rebuild communities, one person at a time.
RS EDEN plays an active role in the development and operation of affordable, safe, and supportive housing throughout the Twin Cities. Our programs offer recovery-focused, transformative opportunities for residents to achieve personal goals, increase skills and income, integrate with the community, and stabilize housing.More Info
RS EDEN has a longstanding reputation of working successfully with people who have a substance use disorders, specializing in serving culturally diverse, poly-drug addicted adult males and females. Our treatment programs include individual and group counseling, substance use disorder education, health care, independent living skills and socialization.More Info
The mission of the Corrections Division is to assist clients in successfully reintegrating into the community as law-abiding members. Utilizing evidence-based practices and gender responsive programming, we provide a safe environment for clients to make necessary internal changes to promote rehabilitation while ensuring public safety through 24/7 accountability and surveillance.More Info
RS EDEN is an equal opportunity employer whose mission is to provide recovery, accountability, and support services facilitating individual, family, and community movement from non-productive behavior to responsible, self-sufficient lifestyles.