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Bethel Outpatient Services/Port Rehabilitation Center

Program Description

Residential treatment for men and women

The Bethel Port Rehabilitation Program helps men and women dealing with substance use disorder start and then make progress on a healthy path to sobriety. The Bethel building is a halfway house home, a chemical-free environment offering two distinct programs based on clients’ needs. Our Short-Term Program includes vocational planning and efforts to secure employment. Our Extended-Care Program is designed for individuals needing more structured treatment, with an emphasis on relapse prevention. Both programs are managed by exceptional teams of counselors dedicated to their clients’ success. Through guidance, supervision and counseling, clients adjust to independent living in a supportive environment while also setting realistic goals and priorities for their futures. Details for our residential programs for substance use disorder include:

  • Separate residential accommodations for men (32 beds) and women (12 beds)
  • Individual counseling as well as men’s and women’s group therapy sessions
  • Life-skills coaching
  • Job-skills coaching
  • Referrals and funding available through Minnesota Rule 25

Outpatient counseling for men and women

The Bethel Outpatient Center provides services for substance use disorder that help men and women 18 and older overcome addictions of all kinds. Our program provides a wide variety of services for men and women outside of a residential environment. Group therapy, counseling and other supportive services help those struggling with drug and alcohol abuse overcome addiction and rebuild their lives while continuing to live at home and, in many cases, work. Details of our outpatient programs include:

  • Separate men’s and women’s groups
  • Flexible programming designed to meet clients’ family needs and work schedules
  • Intake, assessment and individual treatment planning
  • Group therapy as well as individual counseling
  • Drug and alcohol education
  • Men’s and women’s aftercare programming
  • Men’s and women’s anger groups
  • Underage consumption classes (for those ages 18 to 21)
  • Urinalysis drug testing
  • Referrals and funding available through Minnesota Rule 25

Community Corrections includes men’s and women’s work release and electronic monitoring services.

  • (218) 740-3771

  • 23 Mesaba Ave
    Duluth, MN 55806