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Burkwood Treatment Center

Hudson, WI

Residential

844-251-2961

Keystone Treatment Center

Canton, SD

Multiple Levels of Care

855-417-3666

Timberline Knolls Treatment Center for Women

Lemont, IL

Multiple Levels of Care

855-200-8406

Sunflower Wellness Retreat

Osawatomie, KS

Multiple Levels of Care

888-411-9183

Denver Recovery Center

Denver, CO

Full Spectrum of Care

855-729-4891

Colorado Medicated Assisted Recovery

Thornton, CO

Intensive Outpatient

877-757-0618

Lakeland Behavioral Health System

Springfield, MO

Multiple Levels of Care

844-404-1846

Options Behavioral Health Hospital

Indianapolis, IN

Multiple Levels of Care

844-530-2836

Harbor Oaks Hospital

New Balitmore, MI

Inpatient

866-468-6148

Indiana Center for Recovery

Bloomington, IN

Full Spectrum of Care

866-657-4490

Moonlight Mountain Recovery

Pocatello, ID

Multiple Levels of Care

866-831-4706

Ohio Hospital for Psychiatry

Columbus, OH

Multiple Levels of Care

866-439-6540

Drug and Alcohol Addiction in Grand Forks, North Dakota

Grand Forks, North Dakota, is a city of 52,838 people on the eastern border, about an hour north of Fargo. Grand Forks’ twin city, East Grand Forks, sits across the Red River in Minnesota. Their combined metro area is home to 98,461 people, the University of North Dakota, and an Air Force base. The majority of substance use issues in the area stem from alcohol abuse such as drunk driving deaths and assault. Moreover, alcohol contributed to a number of overdose deaths and continues to play a dangerous part in polydrug use.

Commonly abused substances in the Grand Forks area include:

Consequences of Substance Abuse in Grand Forks

The consequences of substance abuse can affect nearly every aspect of life (social, professional, personal, et cetera). Between 2011 and 2015, arrests for heroin in the city climbed from 2 in 2013 to 19 in 2015. Overdose deaths doubled in the same time–20 in 2011, 43 in 2015. After a spike in fentanyl-related deaths in 2015, the city launched “Operation Denial” to curtail drug trafficking in the area. The following year, drug overdoses doubled again to nearly 500 in 2016, prompting the city to allow the sale of anti-overdose medication, naloxone, in pharmacies.

The hospital staff currently is seeing overdoses at record amounts right here in Grand Forks that no one ever hears about. Those incidents are occurring daily. And it’s scary when you know the numbers.

- unnamed police officer, FADED Fentanyl’s Impact, 2016

The Grand Forks metro area also suffers from high rates of alcohol abuse. More than half of those receiving addiction treatment in the city report a primary Alcohol Use Disorder. Furthermore, admissions for alcoholism nearly doubled between 2010 and 2015. A quarter of the city’s adults report regular heavy drinking, which can result in impaired decision-making. However, as DUI arrests have declined in recent years, 34% of fatal car wrecks in Grand Forks still involve a drunk driver.

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Addiction Statistics for Grand Forks

358

drug-related arrests

In 2014, the Grand Forks Police Department made a drug-related arrest almost daily (358 arrests).

226

overdose admissions

In 2015, Grand Forks’ Altru emergency room admitted 226 overdose patients, double the number admitted in 2010.

23.7

percent

23.7%  of Grand Forks residents and 24.2% of East Grand Forks residents report regularly heavy drinking.

Addiction Treatment in Grand Forks

Grand Forks is among nine communities in the state to benefit from a State Targeted Response to the Opioid Crisis Grant. Funds are designated to preventing overdose deaths, building infrastructure for long-term recovery, and partnering with existing prevention efforts. Consequently, Grand Forks opened methadone clinics around the city and allowed the sale of Narcan in pharmacies.

State Substance Use Disorder vouchers can be used by residents to obtain some addiction treatment services.

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University Counseling Center (UCC)

University of North Dakota

Our imaginative and prescient is to elevate cognizance of positive intellectual fitness and increase convenience and visibility of critical perimeter services. Therefore the University Counselin...

2891 2nd Ave N Stop 9042
Grand Forks, ND 58202-9042

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University of Minnesota-Crookston

The main aim of UMC is a well-being of a student thus it is also an equal opportunity institution. Individual confidential counseling services, conflict resolution, walk-in crisis consultation, ...

2900 University Ave
Crookston, MN 56716

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