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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.

N.D. Substance Abuse Treatment Program Providers

By Level of Care

(Updated October 2018)

N.D. DUI Providers and Programs


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