Is Vinland Right for You?
Vinland Center provides drug and alcohol treatment for adults with cognitive impairments. Our program is conducted at a slower-pace and features frequent repetition of material. It is designed for individuals with memory issues, learning disabilities, and/or other cognitive impairments.
Our program was developed to provide drug and alcohol treatment to individuals with brain injuries. Our approach has proven to be beneficial for individuals with a wide variety of cognitive disabilities. An individual does not have to have a brain injury to be admitted into our program.
We do not provide TBI rehabilitation, as we do not offer physical, occupational, or speech therapy.
General Admissions Info
Participants in the program must be medically and psychiatrically stable. We serve adults ages 18 and older.
Please note: Due to our population, combined with the higher level of need of ISRs, our residential program is no longer able to work with clients on Intensive Supervised Release from prison or jail.
If you need a comprehensive drug and alcohol assessment due to a court order, or for insurance purposes, for example, feel free to contact our Outpatient Services location at 763.479.4881 to set one up!
We accept consolidated treatment funds (CTF), pre-paid medical plans (PMAPS), most insurance plans, and private-pay clients.
Phone number all Programs (763) 479-3555 View Staff Directory
Fax Numbers Residential (763) 225-4656 Outpatient (612) 781-7424
To e-mail admissions or request program brochures, complete our online form.
- Vinland Medical Screening Form Jan 2024
- Vinland Notice of Privacy Practices
- Admissions Criteria
- Application for Admission
- Medications Not Allowed List March 2023
- What to Bring to Residential treatment at Vinland
- Looking for Supportive Housing admissions forms? Click here.
You can email or fax your application forms to:
Residential Intake@vinlandcenter.org or 763.225.4656
OutpatientIntakeTeam@vinlandcenter.org or 612.781.7424
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