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A Different Approach to
Addiction Treatment

Drug and Alcohol Addiction Treatment

Since 1990, Vinland Center has been providing drug and alcohol addiction treatment for individuals with brain injuries and cognitive impairments. Our highly trained staff can meet the needs of individuals with substance addictions, mental health issues, and cognitive impairments.

Personalized Approach to Treatment

A treatment program designed for you. We don't force you to fit into our treatment model. At Vinland Center, your care team works with you to meet your needs. Our staff are highly trained and licensed professionals, who are all dedicated to helping you succeed in recovery.

OUR PROGRAMS

Read Our Client Success Stories

After surviving a stroke, John was told he might spend the rest of his life in a wheelchair and a nursing home. Today, he has a white belt in taekwondo.

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After teaching high school English for 34 years, Karen retired in 2003. A social drinker before
retirement, she began drinking heavily to deal with her feelings of boredom and isolation after retiring.

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Kerry used meth for 33 years. He estimates he went to 15 treatment centers before coming to Vinland Center.

Kerry READ MORE

Colette struggled for years with a brain injury, untreated depression, and alcoholism.

Colette READ MORE

Finding the Right Treatment Option

Whether you are looking for yourself, a loved one, or a client, we are here to answer your questions and determine if treatment at Vinland Center is the right option for you.
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ADMINISTRATION
3675 Ihduhapi Road
Loretto, Minnesota 55357
Phone: (763) 479-3555
Fax: (763) 479-2605

RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT
3675 Ihduhapi Road
Loretto, Minnesota 55357
Phone: (763) 479-3555
Fax: (763) 479-4372

OUTPATIENT TREATMENT
675 Stinson Boulevard, Suite 200
Minneapolis, MN 55413
Phone: (763) 479-3555
Fax: (612) 781-7424

SUPPORTIVE HOUSING
PO Box 308
Loretto, Minnesota 55357
Phone: (763) 479-3555
Fax: (763) 205-4413

7 replies added

  1. Shawn Cunningham September 17, 2018 Reply

    Hello,
    I have an inquiry. I was meeting today, 9/17/18 , work my counselor. We were discussing loneliness. She made a suggestion that I try contacting Vinland and see if there are any head injury support groups in Hutchinson, MN or the surrounding area. I sustained a TBI in 1991.
    Thank you,
    Shawn

    • Molly Gilbert December 17, 2018 Reply

      Hi Shawn, try reaching out to the Minnesota Traumatic Brain Injury Allience at
      https://www.braininjurymn.org/ or 2277 Highway 36 West, Suite 200; Roseville, MN; 55113-3830
      Phone: 612-378-2742
      Toll Free: 1-800-669-6442
      Fax: 612-378-2789
      E-Mail:info@braininjurymn.org
      Hours: Monday-Friday: 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

  2. Derek krzenski December 4, 2018 Reply

    What can’t you bring for admission (phone , protein shakes, etc.)

    • Molly Gilbert December 5, 2018 Reply

      Hi Derek, you can bring a phone, but will have to hand it over to be locked up while you are here. It’s helpful if you need to obtain a tel # or address that you can gain monitored access while here. Protein powders aren’t allowed as well as any knives/weapons, illegal drugs or razors. If you do bring a razor, it would be locked up between uses. Bring your toiletries, & if you smoke, enough cigarettes to last a week – we go to a Holiday store on the weekends but no Target runs, etc., so bring what you need to be in treatment, not what you would need to move into a new appt. Just the bare minimums. Shoes/jacket/boots/gloves if you like to be out in nature, as we have 180 acres to explore. We have washers/dryers here so just a week’s worth of clothing should do. Bring an MP3 payer & your music if you like, but nothing so other clients can hear it – bring yr headphones. If you have a special pillow or blanket you like, bring that – whatever you need to feel comfortable. Otherwise call Admissions at 763. 479.2555 & they can detail more for you if needed.

    • Molly Gilbert December 10, 2018 Reply

      What to Bring to Vinland
      Thank you for choosing Vinland Center to change your life and learn the skills to stay sober. You will need to bring:
      • Medications and any supplies for them
      • Insurance or medical assistance card
      • Clothes, including a good pair of shoes and jacket
      • Workout apparel
      • Hygiene products, electric razors are fine; cologne and straight razors will be kept in the staff office for you to use and return.
      All meals and snacks, as well as recreational fees, are provided by Vinland. We have washing machines and dryers available for your use, free of charge. We go to the store weekly so you can purchase more cigarettes or personal items. We provide all linen and towels.
      You may bring if you choose:
      • 12-pack of soda pop and a few snacks as we do not have a pop machine. (Clients take weekly store runs.)
      • Cigarettes, if you smoke (NO e-cigarettes) (Clients take weekly store runs.)
      • Small stereo, preferably with headphones, and the music of your choice
      • Fishing pole or other hobby items that do not involve sharp objects such as knives
      • Winter clothes such as waterproof shoes, gloves, hat and coat, so that you can participate in outdoor activities in the winter
      • Pictures
      • Your own pillow
      • Calling card for long distance calls
      • Cash for additional snacks or cigarettes
      You may NOT bring:
      • Cell phone, laptop, e-reader, camera or pager (these items will be kept in a safe)
      • e-cigarettes
      • Alcohol, including Listerine
      • Drugs
      • Guns or any type of weapon
      • Nicotine gum or patches
      • Motor vehicles including car, truck or motorcycle
      • Energy drinks
      Please contact Admissions with questions: 763.479.3555

  3. Alyson Zurek December 14, 2018 Reply

    My grandson is going to be checking into your facility today or tomorrow. I want to know what is the best gift/support I can give to him this Christmas.

    • Molly Gilbert December 17, 2018 Reply

      Hi Alyson,

      Treats are always welcome that he can share with others. Games like chess, cards or checkers that he can play with others. Personal music, like an MP3 with headphones – but nothing that has a camera or phone attached to it. Otherwise the usual comforts of home are always nice: wool socks, hats, gloves/mittens, maybe a favorite, comfy blanket. Then you could really surprise and support him by going to AlAnon! Tip: Be sure to go at least 6 times to the same meeting before deciding whether you like it or not! ;^)

      Thanks for asking!

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