Common Ground provides outpatient treatment programs designed to help individuals address issues with substance use disorder. Our programs are confidential, individualized, and help clients achieve goals they have set with their counselor. We offer gender-specific programs multiple days per week, in both the morning and the evening, to accommodate people with different schedule needs.
Each of our programs incorporate traditional treatment models, while incorporating new, evidence-based techniques to treating substance use disorder. Put simply? We meet you where you are, and use the best tools and strategies possible to help you find recovery.
We offer programs in Rochester, Winona and Red Wing, MN. Learn more about our individual programs below and contact our staff to set up an intake appointment.
Our primary Women's Journey Program meets at Common Ground two afternoons or evenings per week for 10 weeks. Women who need additional recovery support may also participate in the Women's Journey-Extended Program. The Extended Program is intended for individuals who are assessed for a higher level of care, but do not meet criteria for residential treatment. Women's Extended initially meets two times a week and is later reduced to once a week. Women's Extended is designed to address recovery and potential relapse issues.
Our primary Men's Program meets twice a week for 10 weeks, and has groups in both the mornings and evenings. Those who need a higher level of care may also participate in the Men's Extended Program. The Extended Program is intended for men who are assessed for a higher level of care, but do not meet criteria for residential treatment. Men's Extended initially meet two times a week and is later reduced to once a week. Men's Extended is designed to address recovery and potential relapse issues.
The Relapse Program is specifically designed to address both current and previous relapse issues. This program is offered within both the Women's and Men's programs, and can be individualized to the client’s experiences to address and prevent future relapse.
The Jump Start program is a gender-specific program designed to address the needs of individuals who have experienced negative consequences as the result of their alcohol or drug use, but do not meet the criteria for full-outpatient or residential treatment. Jump Start is a seven-session, 14-hour program that provides both education and therapy in a structured group setting, followed by an exit meeting with a counselor and support person.