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In Fargo, North Dakota, illicit drug addiction and overdose deaths have increased. However, alcohol abuse and alcohol-related accidents are also rising and have killed three times as many people in the city than drug use.

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Addiction in Fargo, North Dakota

Located on the eastern edge of North Dakota, Fargo is the twin city of Moorhead, Minnesota. As the state’s most-populated city, Fargo is home to 122,359 residents and 241,356 in the greater metro area. Though national statistics show the scope of the substance abuse epidemic is lower in North Dakota when compared to other states, rates of addiction and overdose have continued to increase since 2010. However, more people are now seeking addiction treatment in Fargo than previous years.

The most common substances of abuse in Fargo include:

In Fargo’s Cass County, opioid-related deaths declined from 2016 to 2018–after a nearly fourfold increase in 2015. Still, in 2016, 71 people experienced drug-related overdoses requiring emergency services; 15 died, including 11 from opioids. That year, Fargo’s drug overdoses accounted for 29.6% of the state’s overdose fatalities (though it only makes up 16% of the population).

We have an addiction crisis… not merely an opioid crisis.

- Sen. Heidi Heitkamp, West Fargo Pioneer, 2018

And while prescribing rates for prescription opioids have fallen in the area below the national average, the abuse of illicit drugs has risen. Poly-drug abuse, or the use of multiple substances to offset or augment each other, has contributed to local increases in meth and cocaine. Drug-related deaths increased 115% between 2013 and 2014 and another 42% the following year.

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Alcohol Abuse in Fargo

Despite increases in drug use, alcohol continues to be the most commonly abused substance in the area. Between 2003 and 2012, 502 people were killed in drunk driving accidents in North Dakota. The rate of drunk driving deaths per 100,000 people is 11.3, more than 3 times the 3.3 national average. In Cass County, alcohol abuse was responsible for three times as many deaths as narcotics, according to public health officials in 2018.

A chronic Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD) can also cause a number of potentially fatal health complications. Alcohol can damage the brain, heart, and liver after only a few years of heavy drinking. In Cass County, liver cirrhosis is the third-leading cause of death among people between 45 and 54-years-old.

Addiction Statistics for Fargo



In 2017, 25% of the opioid overdose-related service calls Fargo police responded to resulted in a death.


opioid-related deaths

In 2016, there were 31 deaths in Cass County due to opioid abuse.


alcohol-related arrests

City of Fargo police report making over a thousand arrests annually for DUIs and alcohol-related offenses.

Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Fargo

Following efforts by state and local governments to reverse the tide of addiction, more residents are now seeking help for a Substance Use Disorder (SUD). Between 2017 and 2018, one methadone clinic in Fargo treated 250% more individuals. Additionally, funding from the state has reduced the price of some addiction treatment medications to $15 per week or $60 per month.

The state also encourages residents in need to pay for addiction treatment with a SUD Voucher. The voucher can be used for services like addiction screenings and need-for-treatment evaluations, individual therapy, group therapy, family therapy, urine analysis, transportation, and methadone maintenance.

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NDSU Counseling Center

North Dakota State University-Main Campus

The NDSU Counseling Center gives a classified setting in which students may inspect worries of an individual or academic nature; makes referrals; and fills in as consultants for workforce and st...

P.O. Box 6050 Fargo
ND 58108-6050

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Concordia College at Moorhead

Each student has a special set of requirements, and our office is here to help you and ensure we’re doing everything we can to set you up for progress. We offer free personal counseling wi...

901 8th St. S.
Moorhead, MN 56562

Hendrix Clinic & Counseling Center

Minnesota State University-Moorhead

MSUM has a strong belief that if you want to ensure your academic success, we offer you programs and resources to promote healthy lifestyles which is considered as a key component. by us. Enhanc...

1104 7th Avenue South
Moorhead, MN 56563

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