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The mission of Wayside House is empower women to recover sobriety, identity, family, home and community by providing treatment, housing and supportive services.
Wayside House is a well-respected Minnesota non-profit 501(c)(3) organization with over 53 years of experience in helping low-income women overcome addiction and mental illness. Since its roots as a homeless shelter founded by compassionate businesswoman Sally DeVay, Wayside House has grown to provide comprehensive, intensive services for women with chemical dependency and mental illness. Key programs include a treatment center and halfway house designed around the special needs of women, a residential parent-child reunification program, and long-term sober supportive housing.
Wayside House ProgramsWayside Treatment Center, located in St. Louis Park, is a residential substance abuse treatment program for women who also may have a mental health diagnosis. Aftercare and outpatient treatment services are available as well.
Wayside Supportive Housing is a safe, affordable permanent housing option for single women in recovery and their children. Twenty units and four scattered-site apartments are available. The sober environment and the support of peers help women in recovery stay on track with sobriety.
Wayside Family Treatment provides comprehensive family treatment services that promote both recovery from addiction and family reunification. Children under 11 may live with their mothers at Incarnation for a period of six months or more while their moms receive treatment and supportive services.
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