Chemical Dependency (CD) Group – Morning Group

Morning CD groups are held at our Buffalo, Monticello, and St. Cloud locations. CMMHC is committed to providing substance use disorder (SUD) treatment to promote recovery and well-being for adults, adolescents, families, and the community. The services emphasized evidence-based practice models which improve quality of life through the strategic integration of substance use and mental health services. Services are offered through individual and group counseling to help the client identify and address needs and develop strategies to avoid harmful substance use.

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C.A.R.E.S. Monthly Bingo – Wright County CSP

Central MN Mental Health Center | Buffalo 308 12th Ave S, Buffalo

Join us at the Buffalo CMMHC office for Bingo on the last Monday of each month! This event is part of our Wright County CSP C.A.R.E.S program, intended for those residing in Wright County with a diagnosed mental health condition. Participants must register for this event by calling our Buffalo office at (763) 682-4400. Prizes are awarded each month!

Chemical Dependency (CD) Group – Evening Group – Monticello, MN

Central MN Mental Health Center | Monticello 407 Washington Street, MN

CMMHC is committed to providing substance use disorder (SUD) treatment to promote recovery and well-being for adults, adolescents, families, and the community. The services emphasize evidence-based practice models which improve quality of life through the strategic integration of substance use and mental health services. Services are offered through individual and group counseling to help the client identify and address needs and develop strategies to avoid harmful substance use.

Chemical Dependency (CD) Group – Evening Group – Buffalo, MN

Central MN Mental Health Center | Buffalo 308 12th Ave S, Buffalo

CMMHC is committed to providing substance use disorder (SUD) treatment to promote recovery and well-being for adults, adolescents, families, and the community. The services emphasize evidence-based practice models which improve quality of life through the strategic integration of substance use and mental health services. Services are offered through individual and group counseling to help the client identify and address needs and develop strategies to avoid harmful substance use.