Adolescent Chemical Dependency Treatment
Adolescent Substance Abuse Treatment
Anthony Louis Center/ On-Belay House
- Walk-in drug screens
- Substance abuse assessments
- Outpatient Treatment
- Residential Treatment
Our program treats adolescents ages 13-18 who are struggling with substance abuse. Anthony Louis Center and On-Belay believe that substance abuse is a treatable condition and one that affects emotional and family system functioning. We focus on the importance of family and community as a conduit for successful change. That’s why our program offers case management, group therapy, individual counseling, family group, and home plans for when a client completes the program.
It is the mission of Anthony Louis Center / On-Belay of MN Inc to help our young people develop the skills to cope with the stresses of adolescence and the motivation to change.
Some of the main issues that young people who are in our program struggle with are:
- Substance Abuse
- Chemical Dependency
- Poor School Performance
- Behavioral Problems in the Community or at School
- Involvement in Criminal/Court Systems
- Learning Disabilities
- Family Problems
- Co-existing Mental Health Diagnoses
Anthony Louis Center was established in 1982 by its Board of Directors, On-Belay of Minnesota, Inc. a group of health professionals and concerned persons dedicated to the care and treatment of adolescents with alcohol and drug abuse problems. The program was opened in response to the need in the northern suburbs of Minneapolis and St. Paul to address the adolescent drug problem. ‘On-Belay’ is a term from the sport of mountain climbing used to mean ‘securely supported’. In addition to its governance responsibilities, On-Belay of Minnesota, Inc. is the Management Company for Anthony Louis Center. On-Belay Minnesota, Inc. was established in 1976.
The Associated Clinic of Psychology
Anthony Louis Center and On-Belay House are contracted with The Associated Clinic of Psychology (ACP). ACP provides clinical training services to our programs that enhance treatment planning and intervention. Our programs also utilize ACP to conduct MMPI-A assessments and interviews for selected clients. Additionally, we contract with mental health therapists in the community to provide therapy in our programs for clients who would benefit.