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Locations & Facilities

Wayside offers two residential locations along with supportive housing and outpatient services.

Women’s Treatment Center

Wayside’s Women’s Treatment Center provides residential treatment for up to 40 women at a time and is designed to serve women with co-occurring substance use disorders and mental health diagnoses. Women receive coordinated behavioral/physical health care tailored to their medical needs and treatment history while receiving continuing care and supportive services.

3705 Park Center Blvd
St Louis Park, MN 55416

Family Treatment Center

Wayside’s Family Treatment Center maintains the family unit by welcoming women who are pregnant and mothers with children into treatment to prevent separation. Women receive services for addiction, parenting, understanding how their alcohol or substance use contributes to Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs), and improving their relationship skills to ultimately break the generational transmission of risk. Women involved in the child protection system receive support for reunification or enter treatment while pregnant and deliver their baby while in our care.

2120 Clinton Ave
Minneapolis, MN 55404

Supportive Housing

Wayside’s Supportive Housing provides a bridge from residential and outpatient treatment and/or chronic homeless circumstances to successfully re-integrate and stabilize in the community. Supportive Housing has 16 apartments for mothers with children and 4 two-bedroom apartments for sharing single women. Programming includes parenting assistance, targeted case management, group and one-on-one activities, parent-child programming, community activities, and informal support networks all in a safe and sober community.

Wellness Outpatient Center & Administrative Offices

Wayside’s Wellness Outpatient Center provides outpatient, intensive outpatient, and preventative care for women. Our programming meets the needs of women at any stage of their journey—as a step down from residential treatment, before the need for residential treatment to diminish consequences of the disease long-term, and/or those who have received services elsewhere without success.

1600 University Ave W #300
St Paul, MN 55104