Minnesota State Resources

State Government Recovery Resources

These websites developed by state governments provide a variety of information on programs and services relating to substance abuse including education, screening and evaluation, treatment, prevention, intervention, outpatient, day treatment, detoxification, inpatients, residential and recovery resources.

Minnesota Department of Human Services

12 Step Programs

Alcoholics Anonymous (aa.org/pages/en_US/find-local-aa)
Find AA offices throughout the U.S. and Canada.

To find meetings and info in specific parts of the state.

Northern Minnesota Area Alcoholics Anonymous (area35.org)
Southern Minnesota Area Alcoholics Anonymous (area36.org)

Alcoholics Anonymous Phone Numbers in Minnesota:
Aitkin: (877) 908-6058
Arlington: (507) 357-4778
Brainerd: (218) 829-3740
Duluth: (218) 727-8117
Mankato: (507) 388-8989
Maplewood: (651) 777-0405
Minneapolis: (952) 922-0880
Red Wing: (651) 388-5800
Rochester: (507) 281-1747
Rosemount: (612) 423-3622
Saint Cloud: (877) 908-6058
St. Paul: (651) 227-5502
Winona: (507) 452-2348

Alcoholics Anonymous: 12-step Programs for the Deaf (www.rit.edu/ntid/saisd/national-directory)
Lists TTY equipped 12 Step offices available and other AA offices that rely on relay service for interaction with the Deaf by state

Narcotics Anonymous (na.org/?ID=phoneline)
Enter US and your state or area code, then click Search.

Cocaine Anonymous (ca.org/meetings/united-states)

Crystal Meth Anonymous (crystalmeth.org/component/sobipro/3168-minnesota.html)

Heroin Anonymous (http://heroinanonymous.org/meetings/)
Enter US, state and city for a list of meetings

Marijuana Anonymous (marijuana-anonymous.org/find-a-meeting/)
Enter US, state and city for a list of meetings

Pills Anonymous (pillsanonymous.org/meetings/find-a-meeting/)


Updated June 17, 2019