Find a Drug and Alcohol Abuse Rehab Center in North Dakota

If you or a loved one is suffering from a drug or alcohol addiction, know that there is help available. North Dakota has almost 60 different substance abuse treatment centers1 located all over the state. You can browse our listings below and read reviews from people who have experiences with the programs.

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ND Substance Abuse Facts 

For many in this country, what may be initially thought of as merely “recreational” drug and alcohol use may actually foretell the onset of larger, more chronic issues of addiction and addiction-related consequences. Residents of North Dakota are certainly no exception.

One of the commonly abused substances in ND is alcohol. On average, ND students report having more than 4 alcoholic drinks per week.2 Regular and heavy alcohol consumption not only comes with negative health effects but can also put you at risk of injury, prosecution, and other dangers, shown in statistics like those below:

  • From 2014 to 2015, 12% of students in North Dakota reported that they had been taken advantage sexually while they were intoxicated.1
  • 1 in 6 juvenile arrests in 2014 were related to alcohol.3
  • Among adults, almost 25% of all arrests in the state in 2014 were for DUI violations,4 and almost 45% of all fatal crashes were alcohol-related.4

Illicit and prescription drug abuse are also major concerns for the state, with almost 15% of students using prescription drugs without a prescription.5 The abuse of these drugs, such as opioids like oxycodone and stimulants like Adderall, can be a slippery slope to using drugs like heroin and meth.

The North Dakota Attorney General’s Office has reported that, from 2010-2015, heroin-related drug violations increased from 4 to 177, while meth violations in ND jumped from 246 to 1,633.5 Meth use has also been steadily increasing amongst ND residents with numbers almost doubling from 2012 to 2015.5

Getting Addiction Treatment Help

Call 1-888-744-0069Who Answers? or browse our listings to find a North Dakota rehab program that is right for you. You may wish to ask the following questions before you make your final decision:

  • How much does the program cost?
  • How long do I need to stay in rehab?
  • What kind of treatment do you specialize in?
  • Do you accept insurance or offer payment plans?
  • What type of activities are provided at the facility?

Where Else Can I Find Help?

One of the common barriers to getting treatment is the cost of rehab. But remember, you can’t put a price on your life. If you don’t have enough money to cover the cost of treatment, you can:

  • Look for a treatment center that offers payment plans or sliding-scale fees.
  • Find a facility that accepts your insurance plan.
  • Take out a personal loan that you know you’ll be able to pay back once you’ve completed your program.
  • Set up an account on a crowdfunding site—more people than you expect may be willing to help you get sober.
  • Apply for a health care credit card.

Don’t let anything stop you from receiving the help you need to get your life back on track.

Resources in North Dakota

Helplines and general addiction information:

  • North Dakota Prevention Resource & Media Center: The leading source of behavioral health promotion and substance abuse prevention information in the state.
  • Behavioral Health Treatment Services Locator: Find treatment facilities in North Dakota and across the country.
  • SAMHSA’s National Helpline for substance abuse and mental health issues: (800) 662-4357
  • Boys Town National Hotline for crisis intervention and substance abuse counseling: (800) 448-3000
  • National Youth Crisis Hotline for counseling and referrals to drug treatment centers: (800) 442-4673
  • National Cocaine Hotline: (800) 262-2463

Support groups and forums:

Sources:
  1. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2017). National Directory of Drug and Alcohol Abuse Treatment Facilities 2017.
  2. North Dakota University System. (2015). 2014 NDSU NDCORE Alcohol and Drug Survey.
  3. North Dakota State Epidemiological Outcomes Workgroup (SEOW). (2015). North Dakota Alcohol and Crime for Underage Youth.
  4. North Dakota State Epidemiological Outcomes Workgroup (SEOW). (2015). North Dakota Alcohol and Crime for Adults.
  5. North Dakota Office of Attorney General. (2016). 2016 Comprehensive Status and Trends Report. A summary evaluation of the status of substance abuse and treatment in North Dakota, and analysis of substance abuse trends.

 

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