Midwest REgion

Hazelden Betty ford graduate school of addition studies

Program Details

Established: 2020
Region: Midwest
State: Minnesota
Program Contact: Ashley Peltier
(651) 213-4334

About the Program

The INSPIRE Recovery Program was founded in 2021 in Center City, Minnesota. We are located within Student Services at the Hazelden Betty Ford Graduate School of Addiction Studies. While we are working to establish regular meeting times, we do not have dedicated space for our meetings at this time. As we are not a traditional undergraduate institution but rather a graduate school, we do not provide housing to our students. We currently have two staff who work to ensure this program’s success in addition to other duties: our Admissions and Recruiting Coordinator and our Clinical Placement and Credentialing Coordinator. Our recovery program is considered small and is well-supported by the campus. The INSPIRE Recovery Program provides weekly support meetings in person and online. We are not currently partnered with any organizations. As we work to establish the program further, we will identify the basic requirements to participate in the program, however newcomers are always welcome.

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