Treating addiction in the transgender community calls for an understanding of the unique risk factors associated with individuals in the LGBT population- such as family rejection and discrimination. Effective treatment should incorporate therapies that emphasize the nature of gender, or theory guided substance abuse treatment programs.
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Recovery Counseling can help you learn the skills you need to develop, navigate and maintain, a strong program of recovery that is based on your strengths, wants, needs beliefs, and preferences. Recovery is a lifelong journey that can bring many challenges along the way. Recovery Counseling can teach you how to maximize the joy and minimize the struggles along the way. I can help you identify your triggers and stuck points in each stage of recovery and develop plans to successfully work through them.
I believe that recovery services should be developed using a person centered approach, and I believe that it is my job to tailor my services to you. I will help you identify your concerns, issues and struggles related to your substance use and how it has impacted your life. Then I will help you to use the information to set recovery goals that are consistent with your wants, needs, believes and preferences, which will assist you in achieving the life that you have hoped for and dreamed of. Finally, I will help you develop and maintain your own individualized recovery program.
As a Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor, I will use my educational and professional expertise to help you map out your long term recovery goals and help you explore and resolve any difficulties you may encounter along the way. I offer a safe, comfortable and supportive environment to help you feel as much at ease as possible, even when talking about difficult issues.
St. Paul Office
555 7th Street West, Suite 302
St. Paul, MN 55102
Facilitated by a Trans Clinician
5:00 PM – 6:30 PM
Group therapy for trans, gender nonconforming, and gender variant individuals in recovery.
Interested in exploring the intersections of gender identity/expression and substance abuse recovery?
Want to build a support network of people with similar struggles?
The mission of Element Mental Health Services is to: Support, connect, and educate all peoples in Minnesota, including the LGBTTTIQQA (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Transsexual, Two-Spirit, Intersex, Queer, Questioning) and other diverse populations, through providing mental health, chemical dependency and community education services. Create a safe space within which LGBTTTIQQA and other diverse individuals, couples, and families can support and strengthen their relationships. Element offers services to the general public, as well as some very specific services such as Gender Therapy for individuals in transition, LGBT-specific chemical dependency outpatient treatment program and several LGBT support groups.
Buying or selling a home can be a stressful process. This site was created to help members of the GLBT community connect with a Minneapolis Gay Real Estate Agent who enables them to feel comfortable throughout the entire buying or selling process.
Founded in 1983 as a statewide nonprofit agency, the Minnesota AIDS Project envisions a Minnesota where new HIV infections are eliminated and individuals living with HIV live long, healthy lives. Our mission is to lead Minnesota’s fight to stop HIV through prevention, advocacy, awareness and services.
In partnership with over 1,000 volunteers, we provide compassionate, confidential and non–discriminatory services, including practical, emotional and social support. In 2013, the organization provided services to more than half of the nearly 8,000 Minnesotans living with HIV. The Minnesota AIDS Project’s Risk Reduction staff members reach thousands more throughout the state with HIV prevention education, HIV testing and community outreach to those at the greatest risk for transmission.
The Minnesota AIDS Project is fighting to stop HIV in Minnesota. Join us!
Latitudes LGBT Residential Treatment Program – St. Paul, MN
An Inpatient LGBT Drug and Alcohol Treatment Center for Men and Women by Meridian Behavioral Health
Located in an urban setting in St. Paul, Minnesota, Latitudes is a MI/CD licensed LGBT residential treatment program. At Latitudes, we provide multiple levels of care for adult men and women, who are experiencing chemical dependency and substance abuse problems, along with co-occurring behavioral health issues.
At Latitudes, clients are coached in new ways of thinking to reduce their thoughts about chemicals or other self-injurious behavioral utilizing the Health Realization model.
Our LGBT residential treatment center is staffed around the clock, 24-hours a day by a licensed nurses. The treatment staff utilizes regular psychological and psychiatric services to help clients with co-occurring psychiatric and chemical dependency issues that do not that require hospitalization.
Several of our treatment facilities around the state offer Chemical Health Assessments by appointment. Schedule a Chemical Health Assessment online today, or call us to make an appointment for you or a loved one.
An organization dedicated to reconnecting recovering LGBTQ addicts and alcoholics with the communities in which they live.
We do this by providing low or no-cost educational, informational, and social events throughout the year and by promoting volunteerism and community involvement. Studies have shown that addicts and alcoholics with strong clean and sober networks and connections to the community are more likely to be successful in recovery. Our website has the most comprehensive and up to date list of GLBTQ recovery meetings in Minnesota.
For 25 years PRIDE Institute has helped lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people fight their addictions in a safe and supportive environment based in Minnesota providing a road to recovery through evidence-based substance abuse, sexual health, and mental health treatment .
Rainbow Health Initiative is committed to improving the health of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer people.
A world in which all people’s health needs are being served.
- Provide essential resources to improve community health
- Expand access to and availability of culturally responsive care
- Advocate for LGBTQ health equity
Recovery in Action Sober Housing operates two sober houses in Minneapolis, Minnesota: Grand House and Park Avenue House. We cater to the GLBT (Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender) recovering community.
Our goal is to provide a comfortable sober housing environment for recovering addicts and alcoholics. We aim to foster successful recovery among our residents and attempt to be of service whenever possible.
Both houses offer these basic benefits:
- Safe environment
- Living with others with a common recovery goal
- Close proximity to city buses routes
- Live-in house manager
- Sunday evening in-house AA or NA meeting with outside leaders
- All furnishings
- House Computer
- Wireless hi-speed internet
- Free laundry machines
- Heating and Air Conditioning
- Two full bathrooms
- Food storage and two refrigerators
- Bicycle storage in the garage
(Intensive Outpatient, GLBT, Rule 25, opiate replacement therapy-friendly)
The mission of The Aliveness Project is to encourage self-empowerment and provide direct services for persons living with HIV/AIDS. The Aliveness Project has been an active leader in the HIV community in Minnesota ever since. We offer a food shelf and hot meals to support daily nutrition, outreach and case management services to get people tested and into medical care, integrative therapies to alleviate the side effects of HIV medications and promote general well-being, and much more.
Aliveness Project promotes the hope, strength and courage required of people living with HIV. We are committed to maintaining a space that provides support, information, and important services to enhance the quality of lives of those affected.
The Men’s Center provides resources for men seeking to grow in body, mind and spirit, and from that foundation advocates for healthier family and community relationships.
- We believe men can and should support each other through times of personal challenge and change.
- We believe in authenticity, which means acknowledging to ourselves and each other our hopes, fears, strengths and weaknesses as men seeking to grow.
- We believe in honesty among men, which means men freely expressing themselves
emotionally, socially, intellectually and spiritually in ways true to their own growth and masculinities.
- We believe in respecting diversity and mutuality in our support groups, workshops,
conferences and outreach activities which means supporting and empowering all men.
- We believe in the equality of men and women.
- We believe in recognizing and appreciating our similarities and differences as humans of all races and national origins, and in the process fostering mutual respect and brotherhood for us all.
- We believe in the power of our common humanity, which means regardless of our
sexual orientations, gender identities, or other issues that separate us, what we have in common transcends our differences.