- The Residential Treatment Centers in North Dakota
- Centers are licensed by the Mental Health Services Unit. Residential Treatment Centers are defined as: "a facility or a distinct part of a facility that provides to children and adolescents a total, twenty-four hour, therapeutic environment integrating group living, educational services, and a clinical program based upon a comprehensive, interdisciplinary clinical assessment and an individualized treatment plan that meets the needs of the child and family."
- Alcohol and Other Drug (AOD) Treatment Programs in North Dakota
- Programs are licensed by the Substance Abuse Services Unit including social detoxification, low intensity outpatient treatment, intensive outpatient treatment, day treatment, medically supervised intensive inpatient treatment, long-term residential treatment, and DUI seminars.