Betty Ford Center
The Betty Ford Center merged with the Hazelden Foundation in February of 2014. It's now the new Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation. It's now the largest not-for-profit alcohol and drug addiction treatment organization in the United States. With the merger, the foundation leads the addiction treatment field with highly qualified expertise and extensive knowledge and data. It includes a graduate school of addiction studies that's fully accredited, a research center and the largest addiction publishing facility in the nation. The merger includes an extensive network of treatment centers at 15 sites. All offer both outpatient and inpatient programs based on multidisciplinary treatment and 12 step program participation that is the industry standard. Hazelden has been in existence for over 60 years. The Betty Ford Center was founded in 1982. The Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation now has facilities in California, Oregon, Colorado, Texas, Minnesota, Illinois, New York, Massachusetts and Florida.