State and Government Funded Treatment Centers in Fargo, ND

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The State of North Dakota has many state funded treatment options that are funded to provide addiction treatment for their residents. There are also medicaid accepted providers of substance abuse treatment. We have researched these along with Non Profit 501(c)(3) and County Rehab programs to provide a comprehensive list of provide at little to no cost for residents.

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Southeast Human Service Center - ND Dept. of Human Serv.

2624 9th Avenue S.
Fargo, ND - 58103
(888) 342-4900
Southeast Human Service Center - ND Dept. of Human  Services for: alcohol and drug treatment programs for outpatient recovery day treatment drug rehabilitation for teens and mental health treatment with alcohol and drug addiction rehabilit..

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Share House

4227 9th Avenue SW
Fargo, ND - 58103
(701) 282-6561
Share House  provides chemical dependency services to adult men and women offering intensive primary treatment and partial treatment (inpatient and outpatient) for individuals afflicted with the disease of alcohol/drug addictions. ..

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Prairie Saint Johns

510 4th Street S.
Fargo, ND - 58103
(701) 476-7216
Prairie Saint Johns  services available included: a inpatient drug and alcohol detox facility programs for outpatient rehabilitation hospitalization services including full or partial care youth substance abuse rehabilitation and subst..

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Substance Abuse Treatment - Fargo - Veterans Affairs Medical Ctr

2101 Elm Street
Fargo, ND - 58102
(701) 239-3700
Outpatient substance abuse program for veterans...

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Cities in North Dakota

State Funded & Non-Profit Treatment

Free Options

There are many non-profit organizations dedicated to providing drug and alcohol treatment and support

State Supported Rehab

Millions of federal and state tax dollars are allocated to subsidizing rehab treatment for patients who cannot afford them.

Faith Based Rehab

Thousands of churches and religious organizations offer low-cost or free drug and alcohol treatment as part of their missions.