As of Feb. 9, 2024, all weekend visiting hours are being restored.
As of Feb. 9, 2024, all visiting hours are being restored.
Since 1990, Vinland has provided drug and alcohol addiction treatment for people with neurodivergent issues. We were the first center in the country to design a treatment program to meet the unique needs of individuals living with brain injuries.
Vinland has developed a strong national reputation for providing top-quality integrative services to individuals with traumatic brain injuries, mental health challenges, learning disabilities, and/or other, neurodivergent issues. It is well-known that a comprehensive approach like Vinland’s benefits individuals who have been unsuccessful in other treatment settings.Learn More
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.Learn More
Problem gambling can strike anyone, regardless of race, gender, age, socioeconomic status, or level of education. In our work with all varieties of addiction, Vinland has learned that problem gambling does not occur in isolation. In many cases, it occurs in the company of co-presenting issues. For example, gambling disorder & alcohol/drug addiction are frequently part of a dual diagnosis. It is estimated that 10-15% of those with substance use disorder have a co-occurring gambling disorder.Learn More
A treatment program designed for you.
We don't force you to fit into our treatment model.
At Vinland National 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.
A recent graduate of Vinland National Center's residential substance use disorder treatment center describes how Vinland was different for him.
In 1988, Cole was on vacation with his wife when he was rushed to the hospital for a ruptured brain aneurysm. He was lucky to survive, but unfortunately the stroke caused permanent brain damage.
In 1995, Kerry was leaving a bar when he was hit on the head with a baseball bat. The injury resulted in a traumatic brain injury. He was diagnosed with an additional brain injury.
Updates on Addiction, Mental Health, Recovery, & Vinland Nation
As of Feb. 1, 2024, all visiting hours have been temporarily CANCELLED in the interest of keeping our clients and staff as healthy as possible. We have seen an increase in rapid-spreading Covid- related and Flu illnesses circulating. Please DO NOT show up on campus as you will not be allowed in the building for safety purposes. We will post he[...]