Common Ground has been serving the Rochester community since 2001 and the Winona community since 2014. During that time, we’ve been able to assist hundreds of people on their journeys towards recovery by providing a safe environment and supportive recovery programming. Now, in 2016, we have exciting news to share about our newest addition to the Common Ground family – a new outpatient treatment facility in Red Wing, Minnesota.
Red Wing, located about 45 minutes from Rochester, is a small community with much to offer its residents. Still, there are needs to be met for those who are struggling with substance use disorder, and because of these needs, Common Ground is looking forward to our expansion to the community.
“Our motto is ‘meeting you where you are,’ and we carry that value through to all that we do,” CEO Mattea Schmitz says. “We look forward to supporting those in the Red Wing community and want to bring the hope of recovery to anyone struggling with substance use disorder.”
Common Ground’s new outpatient facility, located at 111 Hill Street, Red Wing, MN 55066, will begin group programming on October 17, 2016. There will be a number of treatment programs available, including chemical use assessments, DUI classes and gender-specific outpatient group therapy, led by licensed alcohol and drug counselors (LADC) who are compassionate and dedicated to serving all clients.
“No matter where you’re at in your journey, Common Ground is ready to help you,” says Schmitz.
This will be the fourth facility in the Common Ground network of locations, and all locations will work together to provide the best service and programming possible for all clients who work with us. By caring for each client as an individual with a unique set of needs, our counselors work with our clients to create individualized treatment plans while leveraging evidence-based practices in the curriculums we offer and the methods we utilize in group programs.
We look forward to working with the Red Wing community and expanding our services to those in need of outpatient treatment.