Off Campus Alcohol and Drug Resources

In addition to our on-campus resources, the following alcohol and drug prevention and treatment resources are available off-campus.

Assessment, Treatment and Detoxification Resources

House of Hope
  • 507-624-4373
    1429 3rd Avenue
    Mankato, MN 56001
  • Offers CD assessments under private insurance and Rule 25 referrals. Offers discounted assessments for college students who don't have insurance to pay. Outpatient CD treatment for primary, relapse, and aftercare issues. Day and evening appointments. Insurance and rule 25 referrals accepted. Offer a less intensive treatment program for students with chemical abuse issues. Offer educational classes if students are mandated after first DWI.
Addiction Resource
  • Free & Confidential 24/7 Rehab Helpline: Addiction Resource is not a treatment center and does not accept payments or advertising offers. Instead, they work to provide free resources to help people better understand their addiction and motivate them to make the first step in seeking support. 
Blue Earth County Government Center
  • 507-304-4319
    410 S. 5th St.
    Mankato, MN 56001
  • Rule 25 CD assessments for low-income students living in Blue Earth County, with or without insurance. The assessment is free or can be billed to insurance if the student has it. Assessment is 1 ½ hours. If treatment is warranted and there is no insurance to cover it, students can apply for Medical Assistance and receive free or low-cost treatment.
Brown County Detox Center
  • 507-359-9111
    510 N. Front St.
    P.O. Box 642
    New Ulm, MN 56073
  • Open 24 hours/day
  • Criterion for admission to Detox is 1) student is under the influence of alcohol or drugs and/or 2) student is in active withdrawal from alcohol or drug use. The county will bill insurance, if available, or will arrange for county funding if the student meets financial eligibility.
Christian Family Solutions
  • 800-438-1772
    44 Good Counsel Drive
    Mankato, MN 56001
  • Christian Family Solutions offers outpatient mental health, outpatient and intensive outpatient substance use disorder treatment, medication management, and case management services.  Comprehensive Assessments are used to determine the level of care that is needed for substance use services. The intensive outpatient program (IOP) is a dual diagnosis, with a focus on substance use and mental health disorders simultaneously in a group setting. Faith principles can be integrated as desired by the client. Research demonstrates that treatment that incorporates an individual’s spirituality yields longer-lasting sobriety outcomes. Most insurances are accepted or county funding is available for those without insurance. 

Fairview Chemical Dependency Services
  • Outpatient/general intake: 612-672-2736
    Inpatient: 612-672-6600
    Minneapolis/St. Paul metro area
  • Treatments offered include Assessment, detoxification, and medical stabilization, hospital inpatient services, lodging plus, outpatient services, family/concerned persons programs, group therapy, individual therapy, individualized treatment planning, recovery support (phase II recovery management), and a relapse treatment program.
Fountain Centers 
  • 507-625-3372
    101 Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive
    Mankato, MN 56001
  • Fountain Centers is committed to helping individuals, and their families, with substance abuse issues recover and recognize chemical dependency as a treatable illness. Programs, located throughout Southern Minnesota, are individually designed to aid the recovery of the whole person - physical, mental, social, spiritual - in the least restrictive environment possible. Residential, Extended Care, Outpatient and Transition services are available. Fountain Centers strongly promotes and integrates the 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous into our provision of services. Other core components draw from motivational enhancement and cognitive behavioral traditions, with an emphasis on teaching relapse prevention skills.
Hazelden Center City
  • 651-213-4200 or Toll Free 1-800-257-7810
    P.O. Box 11
    15251 Pleasant Valley Rd.
    Center City, MN 55012-0011
  • Programs and services include: Assessment and evaluation, adult inpatient treatment, adult inpatient treatment for women, adult inpatient treatment for healthcare professionals, adult outpatient treatment, adult inpatient extended care, family programs, mental health services, and nicotine cessation services.
Hazelden Center for Youth and Families
  • 763-509-3800 or Toll Free 1-800-257-7810
    11505 36th Avenue North
    Plymouth, MN 55441-2398
  • Provides services to youths between the ages of 14 to 25 years old. Programs and services available include: Assessment and evaluation, adolescent/young adult inpatient treatment and outpatient treatment, inpatient extended care, and mental health services.                                                                                                  
Kato Project 3
  • Chemical Dependency Assessments
    Mindy Kranz-Marble
    515 N Riverfront Dr. Suite 160
    Mankato, MN 56001
  • Kato Project 3 licensed by The Department of Human Services, provides services to youth and adults including chemical dependency assessments. Kato Project 3 accepts self pay as well as private insurance.
Lutheran Social Services
  • 507-625-7660
    710 South Second St.
    Mankato, MN 56001
  • General counseling for CD issues. Offers sliding fee scale.
Mankato Chemical Health, LLC
  • 507-229-0350
    360 Pierce Ave, Ste 206
    North Mankato, MN 56003
  • By Appointment only. Lower-cost Chemical Use Assessments and referral services to the appropriate resources including educational classes, treatment providers, therapists, and physicians. 
Mankato Mental Health Associates, P. A.
  • 507-345-4448
    201 N. Broad Street, Suite 308
    Mankato, MN 56001
  • Mankato Mental Health Assiciates, P.A. offers mental health, chemical dependency, addictions, dietary and nutritional, mediation and conflict resolution to help individuals resove problem areas in their lives.
New Ulm Medical Center
  • 507-233-1118 or Toll Free 1-800-795-1211
    1324 Fifth St. N.
    New Ulm, MN 56073
    233-1118 or Toll Free 1-800-795-1211
  • Provides substance abuse assessment and treatment services. The substance abuse department provides residential and outpatient treatment and is licensed by the Minnesota Department of Human Services.
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Education and Self-Help Resources

Minnesota State Mankato Student Health Services – Health Education
  • 507-389-5689
    Health Education
    100 Carkoski Commons
  • Offers individual guidance, group workshops/classes, and outreach on alcohol and drugs issues.
Smart Recovery Meetings
  • 507-385-6607 - Marty Sellner
    507-351-6419 - David Smith
    Nichols Bldg. 3rd floor, room 350
    410 Jackson St.
    Mankato, MN 56001
  • SMART Recovery (Self-Management and Recovery Training) helps people recover from all types of addictive behaviors, including: alcoholism, drug abuse, substance abuse, drug addiction, alcohol abuse, gambling addiction, cocaine addiction, and addiction to other substances and activities. SMART Recovery is an alternative to Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous.
Alcoholics Anonymous and Al-Anon - Mankato
  • 507-387-2772
Narcotics Anonymous - Minnesota
  • Minnesota Info Line Toll Free for 218, 507, 320 and 715 area codes 1-877-767-7676
Gamblers Anonymous
  • 1-888-435-7166
Mayo Clinic Health System, Mankato
  • 507-385-4662
    Mankato, MN 56001
  • Face to Face Meet with the Tobacco Treatment Specialist to further your plan for quitting tobacco. Each meeting will take 30 - 60 minutes and will include educational tools. To find out more please call 507.385.2607. Insurance may provide coverage for the consultation with a referral from your doctor
  • STOP! Group A five-week education and support group for developing a plan to quit tobacco. Price includes educational materials, one hour initial consultation, five weeks of group meetings and telephone follow-ups.
  • For more information, or to set up an appointment, please call our Nicotine Dependence Counselor at 507-385-4662.

Other Resources

  • 1-888-354-PLAN
  • Free telephone counseling, nicotine patches, gum, lozenges to those to quality.
  • This is Quitting is a free and anonymous text messaging program from Truth Initiative designed to help young people quit vaping.

For questions about resources listed on this page please contact Health Education at 507-389-5689