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Wayside is with you for your lifelong journey of recovery.

As an alumna, you’re in good company! Since our founding in 1954, more than 32,000 women have benefited from Wayside services. Recovery is a lifelong journey and we will continue to be a resource for you whether you completed our services a month ago, a year ago or ten years ago.


If you think you may benefit from additional treatment please reach out for a comprehensive or diagnostic assessment to determine what services might be right for you. You can call our main line at 651-242-5540.


You can continue to access our comprehensive, community-based recovery services for as long as you need to build a stronger foundation of recovery. We offer support with parenting, GED coursework, employment, housing, Child Protection Services, legal issues and more. Learn more about peer recovery support, case management, supportive housing.


We are happy to connect you with peers and resources in the community as you continue your recovery journey. Wayside can help connect you to local support groups and resources that are right for you.


Wayside Recovery Center does have a Supportive Housing Program. In addition, our Recovery Services team helps provide women with resources to various sober and supportive housing opportunities.

Wayside Recovery Center has a recovery services department, which includes case managers and peer recovery specialists who will work closely with each woman to develop a thorough aftercare plan, and provide housing resources before leaving treatment. Wayside has a superb recovery maintenance program to support women after they leave the residential treatment setting. Learn more about Recovery Services.


Annual Alumnae Banquet

Each year, we celebrate Wayside alumnae with a banquet in their honor. Join generations of alumnae and Wayside staff for an evening of connection, reflection, and commemoration.

“I almost called in the middle of the night. Once I decided I needed help again, I knew I could call Wayside and they would point me in the right direction without judging me.”

– Wayside Alumna