Drug Rehabilitation and Substance Abuse Resources in North Dakota

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Find Drug and Alcohol Treatment in North Dakota That Works

Are you seeking help for your own substance use disorder? Do you have a friend or relative who’s struggling? The first step often involves making a phone call.

Some know North Dakota for Fargo, its largest city and the name of the dark comedy-crime drama TV series and Coen brothers film. Others know it as the northernmost state of the Great Plains, where antelope and buffalo freely roam. As one of the least populated states in the country — with about 700,000 residents — it has one of the lowest drug overdose mortality rates in the country, but no state is immune to substance abuse. North Dakota still sees thousands of drug overdose and alcohol misuse cases every year. This proves the need for treatment resources that enable those who are struggling with addiction to get help. On this page, you’ll find some of those resources. Whether you’re ready to enroll in rehab and want to speak to someone about the best facility, or you just want general information about drug rehab centers in North Dakota, you’ll find the answers here.

Our Closest Facility:

The Recovery Village at Palmer Lake443 S. Hwy 105 Palmer Lake CO 80133-9003 (719) 884-0063

The Recovery Village at Palmer Lake does not operate in the state of North Dakota. Our closest facility is in Palmer Lake, CO and can be seen in the map above.

North Dakota’s Opioid Crisis

North Dakota is sadly not immune to the nation’s opioid epidemic. Illicit and prescription opioid use is prevalent across the state, and nearly 48 out of every 100 residents holding prescriptions for opioid medications in 2016. Worse, these highly addictive narcotic painkillers have done more damage than healing as of late. In 2016, 80 North Dakotans died by opioid overdose — the highest opioid-related death toll the state has ever recorded. While these statistics are shocking, this trend doesn’t have to continue. Hope is on the horizon for the people of North Dakota, and the resources below can help anyone facing opioid addiction.

North Dakota Drug & Alcohol Hotlines

Are you seeking help for your own substance use disorder? Do you have a friend or relative who’s struggling? The first step often involves making a phone call.

  • SAMHSA Treatment Helpline

    If you’re struggling with a substance use disorder, the SAMHSA Treatment Referral Helpline can help connect you with appropriate resources.

  • Poison Control

    Drugs and alcohol can be toxic if misused. If you have questions about poison ingestion, this 800-number can give you answers.

If you need immediate medical attention for a drug- or alcohol-related case, or any other emergency, call 911.

Alcohol and Drug Treatment in North Dakota Cities

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North Dakota Drug Abuse

In 2010, North Dakota had the lowest drug overdose fatality rates in the country. However, these rates are increasing, and the costs involved with drug abuse and alcoholism are still a reason for concern.

From 2014–2015
Increase in Drug Overdose Deaths

Despite having a lower drug overdose fatality rate than the national average, North Dakota saw a jump in the number of drug overdose deaths from one year to the next.

In 2010
People Enrolled in Rehab

Of the 2,000+ people who enrolled in a treatment program for alcohol and drug addiction, 61.5 percent were males and 38.5 percent were females.

In 2007
Million Health Care Costs from Opioid Abuse

The country’s combined health care cost from opioid abuse is $25 billion. Of this amount, more than $33 million was spent in North Dakota in 2007.

In 2010
Million Excessive Alcohol Cost

Alcohol is the most misused substance in the country, costing consumers billions of dollars every year. The good news is that the amount in North Dakota is much lower than the national average.

If you or someone you know is struggling with substance misuse, there are various North Dakota rehab centers and facilities outside of the state that can help.

Choosing a North Dakota Rehab Facility

The alcohol and drug treatment facilities in North Dakota are designed to address substance use disorders. However, no two facilities are exactly alike, so it’s important to consider the dynamics of each before making a decision, including:

  • The anticipated outcome of rehabilitation
  • Which levels of care are offered
  • If biological, psychological and social needs are addressed
  • Whether the programs are personalized
  • The length of each program
  • Whether other drugs are used in treatment

The Recovery Village: Your Destination for Wellness

Many who struggle with substance use disorder have found that an out-of-state rehab facility — away from familiar triggers — is a better option than one closer to home. The Recovery Village has several locations outside of North Dakota, three of which are listed below. These facilities offer evidence-based treatment (including medically supervised alcohol and drug detox at most locations) in a tranquil, caring environment.

The Recovery Village Umatilla

The Recovery Village Umatilla

Umatilla, Florida

  • Medically assisted drug and alcohol detox
  • Inpatient, outpatient and aftercare treatment
  • Sober living housing

The Recovery Village Palmer Lake

 Palmer Lake, Colorado

  • Intensive inpatient, residential, partial hospitalization, outpatient and intensive outpatient care
  • Indoor and outdoor fitness amenities (gym, basketball, volleyball, etc.)
  • Art, massage and yoga therapy

Orlando Recovery Center

Orlando Recovery Center

Orlando, Florida

  • Medically assisted drug and alcohol detox
  • Inpatient, outpatient and aftercare treatment
  • Eating disorder recovery program
  • Yoga therapy

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