Expert and Comprehensive Care
Hazelden Betty Ford provides a full continuum of clinical care and recovery support, including in-person and online options.
To help determine whether you might need substance use or mental health disorder treatment, Hazelden Betty Ford offers online and phone-based screenings confidentially and at no charge.
Inpatient Addiction Treatment
Inpatient treatment, also referred to as residential treatment, provides the highest level of clinical care for patients diagnosed with a substance use disorder.
Outpatient Addiction Treatment – In-Person
Addiction to alcohol or other drugs can be diagnosed as mild, moderate or severe. Outpatient care is best for those with mild to moderate substance use disorders.
Outpatient Addiction Treatment – Virtual
Hazelden Betty Ford virtual outpatient care is insurance-eligible and designed to replicate their in-person patient care in every way—combining group therapy and individual counseling sessions via telehealth.
Mental Health Services — In-Person
It is very common for people to struggle with both substance use and mental health disorders, such as depression, anxiety or trauma. The most effective care integrates treatment for substance use disorders and mental health, so all issues are addressed at the same time.
Mental Health Services—Virtual
A mental health assessment is the place to start if you or a loved one is struggling, but you’re not sure the level of care needed. Hazelden Betty Ford will help you figure out next steps.
Specialized Treatment for Opioid Use Disorders—COR-12®
Hazelden Betty Ford’s proven effective Comprehensive Opioid Response with the Twelve Steps (COR-12®) program includes group therapy, educational sessions, individual therapy and medication-assisted treatment that keeps you engaged over a longer period of time to effectively treat the complex condition of opioid use disorder.
Specialized Care for Adolescents, Teens and Young Adults
Programs include a full range of comprehensive assessment, brief intervention, inpatient, outpatient and mental health services, along with family support.
Services and Support for Families
Addiction is called “a family disease” for good reason. Everyone is affected when a loved one is struggling with addiction or mental health disorders.
Win Back Your Life 12-Step Meetings
Throughout the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, our Win Back Your Life 12-Step Meetings will be held DAILY! These meetings provide support and community to those in (or seeking) recovery for a substance use disorder. It’s an opportunity to begin (or end) each day just the right way and you can join from anywhere. All are welcome!
WHEN: July 19 – August 9, 2021 at 10:00 a.m. EST / 7:00 a.m. PST
WHERE: CLICK HERE or enter Zoom Meeting ID 850-348-7018
IF YOU WISH TO REMAIN ANONYMOUS, TAKE THESE STEPS:
- Visit www.zoom.us
- Click on My Account in upper right
- On the profile page, you will see your name and then an “Edit” button to the right
- Click on Edit and change your display name to either your initials or AA
- If you have a photo, delete that temporarily
- If you use the Zoom application (vs. browser window), go into Zoom preferences, then settings,
then video, and click “Turn off my video when joining a meeting”
How can I get started on the road to recovery and emotional wellness?
The first step is dialing 1-855-348-7018 (if dialing from a foreign country, simply dial 00-855-348-7018).
Hazelden Betty Ford has a specialized team and direct line to help those in the sports production community, as well as related companies like broadcast equipment manufacturers and technology partners.
You can also reach out to Hazelden Betty Ford through this direct email: Hope@HazeldenBettyFord.org
What should I expect when someone on the other end picks up the phone?
First and foremost, know you are not alone and making the first call for help is always really hard, but you’re worth it. Your courage to call is the first step to healing. The recovery expert that answers your call is highly experienced and will make sure you get exactly the right help you need and deserve.
Treatment options include inpatient, outpatient, mental health services, telehealth, sober living, and specialized programming for teens and young adults, those struggling with opioid use disorders, women, and professionals. In addition, there are programs designed for your children and families, offered virtually from the comfort of their homes at no cost.
Cost is a big concern. What can be done to ensure I can afford the treatment I need?
One of the first steps the team at Hazelden Betty Ford will take is to evaluate your insurance plan, as most insurance plans will help cover the costs involved with various treatment options.
In addition, you can apply for financial assistance via the SVG Sports Broadcasting Fund. CLICK HERE for more information and to access an application for assistance.
Do I have to travel or are there treatment centers that are near me?
The Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation has 17 addiction and mental health treatment centers throughout the United States, with inpatient locations in California, Florida, Minnesota, and Oregon. Currently, there is access to outpatient treatment in multiple states across the country through their virtual programming.
As a sports production professional, I am on the road a lot, and during the pandemic, life is even more unpredictable. How will that affect my treatment program and support?
Hazelden Betty Ford offers the field’s most innovative inpatient and outpatient treatment and mental health programs, recovery support services and resources, including virtual and phone-based coaching, web tools, mobile apps, Hazelden Publishing self-help books and more. CLICK HERE to learn more.
Can you tell me more about Hazelden Betty Ford and why it excels?
Hazelden Betty Ford’s integrated approach to addiction treatment and recovery has been emulated throughout the world, and they are seen as a standard-bearer of quality and integrity in the field. When the Hazelden Foundation, based in Center City, MN, and the Betty Ford Center, located in Rancho Mirage, CA, merged in 2014, the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation became the nation’s leading nonprofit addiction and mental health treatment provider.
Hazelden was established 1949, with a forward-thinking approach to the chronic disease of alcoholism — an approach built on emerging Twelve Step principles and practices, and abiding respect and compassion for the individual receiving care. The Betty Ford Center was established in 1982, with former First Lady Betty Ford — “the First Lady of Recovery” — bringing unprecedented visibility to the disease of addiction and the hope of treatment and recovery.