Wayside House, Inc. - Women's Treatment Center

3.3 (9 reviews) ADD YOUR REVIEW
3705 Park Center Boulevard
Saint Louis Park, MN 55416
6512425540 Visit Website
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Established in 1954, Wayside House, Inc. is a well respected Minnesota non-profit 501(c)(3) organization with 60 years of experience helping women overcome addiction and mental illness. It is among the nation’s oldest treatment centers devoted exclusively to the gender-specific needs of women. We provide a full spectrum of recovery services to help women achieve long-term sobriety.

Wayside House, Inc. - Women's Treatment Center Reviews and Ratings Details

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There are so many things wrong with this place. I will write a summary: 1. Shutting people off from the real world. Yes, some people need to sever ties to get clean but the fact is, having people hid...


I have been sober for a year now. I give a lot of credit to D. She definitely gave us the skills and knowledge to stay sober. I looked forward to her class. The food was not always good as in kale wra...


Wayside from my experience it was very helpful,staff's are very understandable and easy to speak with..they helped me learn to except who i really am and if other's don't like it well it's not your pr...


great extracurricular activities, visiting hours/rules are fair, ample staff available for resident needs too many people that I know that have been there have lapsed so I dont believe the treatment i...


Strict with everyone/fair, staff recognize behaviors very quickly & address it. Let you earn trust and reward you with weekends & overnights passes Counselor was fresh out of college and was never an ...


Staff is nice, they are strict but effective. Location was a downfall. Kept me sober longer than any other.


Many strengths. They have the clients earn points to use toward purchases which is neat. They try working on life skills. They allow cell phones at times. Like many co-occurring facilities, Wayside d...


My family member choose to stay. I would not have. It was not welcoming to family. I was not contacted by my family members counselor, even though there was a release. No messages returned from any st...


Helped me recover.

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