Resource Directory

Bettors Anonymous
Bettors Anonymous now meeting in MN. Men and women using AA’s spiritual solution to recover from gambling addictions. www. bettorsanonymous.org. 612.298.8593.

Counseling

Maple Grove Therapy and Wellness is a collaborative of therapists working to serve primarily adolescents and young adults struggling with chemical and mental health issues. 612-460-0427, www.maplegrovetherapyandwellness.com

Amethyst Counseling Services – 651.633.4532

Eating Disorders

Melrose Center- Melrose heals eating disorders for all genders and ages. Our experienced team offers specialty programming for those struggling with an eating disorder and substance use disorder – whether they are in recovery, treatment or still struggling with substance abuse. This specialty care is available in St. Louis Park, St. Paul and Maple Grove. Visit melroseheals.com or call 952-993-6200.

Drugs and Alcohol Treatment

Minnesota Teen Challenge
If you or a loved one is struggling with drugs or alcohol, we’re here to help. In addition to our effective and affordable residential Licensed Treatment, faith-based Long-Term Recovery and convenient Outpatient program, we have extensive prevention and transitional/aftercare services. Freedom from addiction starts here. 612-FREEDOM or mntc.org

Narcotics Anonymous Helpline
Drug Problem? We Can Help! Call Now 24-hour (877)767-6767. Also, check out www.NAMINNESOTA.ORG For a complete listing of meetings, upcoming events, campouts, and service opportunities.

Soul readings/Classes
Soul Readings/Psychic Development Classes: beginning, advanced, and workshops. Cindy Lehman; 612.669.1861; www. cindylehman.com; or email cindy@cindylehman.com. Beginning February 28 – Psychic Development Beginning/Foundation Class: Learn to consciously access your soul’s guidance, clarity and wisdom. Discover your abilities and purpose working with your body/soul partnership in this lifetime. Wednesday evenings, February – November. See website or call for more information.

Workaholics Anonymous Meeting
Burning out? Workaholics Anonymous provides steps and tools to break free from non-stop work and activity. Newcomers are welcome at our Workaholics Anonymous meeting Wednesdays, noon, Fairview Riverside Hospital, Dining Rm. E. Learn more: 763-560-5199 or www.workaholics-anonymous.org.


To place a Resource Directory listing call David at 612.298- 5405 or write phoenix@thephoenixspirit.com

Updated 8/28/18

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