Outpatient Treatment

“I came to the program not reluctant, but thinking what could you teach me that I don’t already know. I was wrong. Thanks!”
–Intensive Outpatient Treatment client

For detailed program information on any of the following services, or instructions about how to obtain a Comprehensive Assessment to enter outpatient treatment, please email Admissions@CADT.org or call (218) 723-8444.

Outpatient treatment allows you to continue living at home and engage in your daily activities. Intensive outpatient treatment requires you to attend a three-hour group session four days a week. Groups meet during the day and in the evening to accommodate your schedule. The length of outpatient treatment varies with each individual.

We also offer outpatient treatment for people with chemical use problems who do not meet the criteria for intensive outpatient treatment, as well as special services for those who have a dual diagnosis. Located at 314 West Superior Street. Comprehensive Assessment – 4th floor; Gambling Treatment – lower level off the Michigan Street entrance, “M level” on elevator.

Outpatient Programs

OBOT Outpatient Based Opioid Treatment
Opiates are a broad category of drugs that include heroin, morphine and narcotic painkillers. Opiate addiction is powerful, but it is also treatable. We offer treatment for those dealing with opiates and ask that you call our nurse for more information on treatment and how we can help you.

ClearPath Clinic
This medically assisted treatment and recovery program is for anyone using heroin and opiates like prescription pain pills who seeks help or is mandated to receive it. In addition to serving individuals dealing with addiction, we provide support for loved ones of people abusing substances, as well as resources for healthcare providers and others in the community. Learn more about ClearPath Clinic.

Individual Counseling
We strongly believe that each individual is different and what has been successful for one person may not work for another. We offer individualized counseling for people who are not ready for primary treatment or who can achieve better results from one-to-one counseling. Located at The Center for Alcohol and Drug Treatment.