The Hazelden Foundation
For more than 60 years, Hazelden Foundation has been involved in the treatment and recovery of alcoholism and substance abuse. Hazelden merged with the Betty Ford Center in February of 2014. They have 15 sites across the United States that provide both outpatient and residential alcohol and drug rehab services. The Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation also includes a graduate school of addiction studies, an addiction research center and a publishing facility that's the largest addiction and recovery publisher in the country. Hazelden takes credit for the implementation and proliferation of the multidisciplinary addiction treatment model that includes participation in a 12 step program. With the merger, the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation is the largest not-for-profit addiction treatment provider in the country for both youths and adults. The foundation's facilities are located in California, Oregon, Colorado, Texas, Minnesota, Illinois, New York, Massachusetts and Florida.