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Hazelden: Alcohol & Drug Addiction Treatment Center: Secondary Sources: Books & Articles


Group at Hazelden, in pamphlets relating to the Hazelden Foundation, HV5381.H3Minnesota the Mecca: The Development of the Hazelden Model, by Thomas M. Cunningham.
Paper submitted for BA degree, University of MInnesota, March 1977.
MNHS call number: HV5281.C45 H3238 1977

The Way Home: A Collective Memoir of the Hazelden Experience, by Richard Solly.
Center City, Minn.: Hazelden, 1997.
MNHS call number: HV5281.C45 H376 1997

Hazelden, a Spiritual Odyssey, by Damian McElrath.
Center City, Minn.: Hazelden, 1987.
MNHS call number: HV5281.C45 H363 1987

Further Reflections on Hazelden's Spiritual Odyssey, by Damian McElrath.
Center City, Minn.: Hazelden, 1999.
MNHS call number: HV5281.C45 H3632 1999

Patrick Butler: A Biography, by Damian McElrath, with a foreword by Gordon Grimm.
Center City, Minn.: Hazelden, 1999.
MNHS call number: HV5281.C45 H3636 1999

Broken: My Story of Addiction and Redemption, by William Cope Moyers with Katherine Ketcham.
New York, N.Y.: Viking, 2006.
MNHS call number:  HV5805.M68 M68 2006

Not-God: A History of Alcoholics Anonymous, by Ernest Kurtz.
Center City, Minn.: Hazelden Educational Services, 1979.
MNHS call number: HV5278 .K85 1979

I'll Quit Tomorrow, by Vernon E. Johsnon
New York: Harper & Row, 1973.
MNHS call number: HV5035 .J64 1973



"It Takes One to Know One: The Hazelden Foundation and the 'Minnesota Model' Make the State a Mecca for the Chemically Dependent," by Jonathan C. Glass.
In Twin Cities (Edina, Minn.). vol. 5, no. 10 (Oct. 1982).
MNHS call number: F613.T1 T852 v.5:10

Film & Video

The Dangerous Cycle of Alcoholism and Drug Addiction are Treated at Hazelden Rehabilitation Center, film reel (2 min.)
Produced by Hubbard Broadcasting Corporation, KSTP television (Channel 5): January 10, 1969.
MNHS call number: Digital copy of film

Terrence Williams, videotape (30 min.)
Produced by Hennepin County Library, Minnetonka, Minn.: 1994.
The founder of the Hazelden Family Program and author of I Won’t Wait Up Tonight is interviewed.
MNHS call number: Videotape 594

Hazelden Foundation & Publishing, videotape (30 min.)
Produced by Minnesota Center for the Book, Metronet and Metro Cable Network: 1998.
Interview with Bob Ferguson, Hazelden Alumni Relations Manager, Rebecca Post, editor, and Bill Hammond, publisher, with Hazelden Publishing.
MNHS call number: Videotape 829

I'll Quit Tomorrow, film (90 min.)
Produced by Johnson Institute: Minneapolis, Minn.: 1975.
This film examines alcoholism and its treatment. It follows an alcoholic and his family through intervention, treatment, and life after treatment.
MNHS call number: Film A100

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