Duluth Rehab Center Celebrates Ten Years

Residential Program Lasts 13 Months

A faith-based center for drug and alcohol rehab is celebrating a major milestone today.

Ten years ago today, the Northland campus for Minnesota Adult and Teen Challenge opened its doors to help those struggling with substance addiction.

Those with the organization say there’s still a huge need for drug and alcohol recovery in this region.

The rehab center helps severe addicts not only with their recovery, but with other life goals they’ll need to meet as recovery continues.

“[We help with] job skills, budgeting skills, resume building skills, working on getting housing. We can look at all that stuff because we have a 13-month long program,” said interim center director Seth Currier.

The residential program is for men, who live at the campus for more than a year.

Their outpatient program is for adult men and women.

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