We administers programs and services that help older adults and adults with physical disabilities to live safely and productively in the least restrictive, appropriate setting.
- We work with partners to help older adults and adults with physical disabilities remain living in their own homes and communities.
- We also act to protect the health, safety, welfare, and rights of residents of long-term care settings and vulnerable adults living in the community.
For Public Information: Draft 2022-2026 State Plan on Aging. (Posted May 2, 2022) Public Notice. Comments accepted through May 31, 2022 at 5 p.m. CT.
- North Dakota and U.S. Department of Justice Settlement Agreement information
- 2022 Calendar of Events/Activities
Webinars Spotlight In-Home and Community (HCBS) Services
Please join us for twice-monthly webinars, from 12 to 12:30 p.m. CT (unless otherwise noted) as we spotlight in-home and community-based services the department funds that give adults with physical disabilities and older adults options beyond nursing home care. Individuals who could benefit from services, their family members, and community entities that work with older adults and adults with physical disabilities are encouraged to participate online or by conference call.
- June 23, HCBS Spotlight Webinar No. 15 - Supported Employment Services, Transitional Living Services and Adult Residential Services, 12 - 12:30 p.m. CT (Flyer)(News Release) (Recording)
- July 14, HCBS Spotlight Webinar No. 16 - Adult Foster Care and Adult Day Care Services, 12 - 12:30 p.m. CT (Flyer)
- Other Upcoming Webinars and Training - See 2022 Event Calendar
- Get Help Finding In-Home and Community Services/Supports - Visit the Aging and Disability Resource online database, or call toll-free (855) 462-5465, 711 (TTY), or email email@example.com
- Booklet: Aging Services Division: Programs for Older Adults and Individuals with Physical Disabilities (2019)
- Handout: Aging Services at a Glance (2019)
- Other Publications
- Assisted Living Services
- Family Caregiver Support Program
- Federally funded under the Older Americans Act, this program offers help to caregivers.
- Lifespan Respite Care (Short Break) Services
- Will provide funding for respite services for caregivers of children with special needs, older adults, or other individuals with disabilities in planned, unplanned and emergency situations when caregivers do not have access to other public funding sources.
- Home and Community-Based Care
- North Dakota provides home and community-based services through several programs that each serve different needs. To learn more, click on this link to a poster about Home and Community-Based Services and this booklet: Living at Home Longer.
- Service Payments for the Elderly and Disabled Program
- Expanded Service Payments for the Elderly and Disabled Program (Ex-SPED)
- Medicaid Waiver for Home and Community Based Services
- Older Americans Act Services
- Information and Assistance - Aging and Disability Resource
- MDS 3.0 Section Q - Local Contact Agency Referral and Discharge Planning Process
- Information for people living in nursing homes who want to transition to community living
- Training for providers and the general public about local contact agency services, including resident visits, information about available community living settings and services, and help with transition planning, and MDS Section Q requirements
Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program
People living in nursing homes, assisted living facilities, basic care homes, or hospital swing bed, transitional and sub-acute settings may have concerns about their care. This program helps resolve concerns.
Qualified Service Providers - Independent contractors who care for people in their homes and communities
- Find a Qualified Service Provider (database) to help care for you or a loved one.
Information about how an agency or individual can enroll as a Qualified Service Provider (QSP) to provide personal or attendant care services, homemaker services and other approved services to eligible individuals.
Learn more about caregiving career opportunities at CaringJobsND.gov.
Adult Residential Services - Compliance letters and facility summaries
- Bismarck Edgewood - Compliance letter and facility summary
- Dakota Pointe - Mandan - Compliance letter and facility summary
- Ecumen Evergreens Fargo - Compliance letter and facility summary
- Fargo Edgewood - Compliance letter and facility summary
- Jamestown Edgewood - Compliance letter and facility summary
- Lakewood Landing - Compliance letter and facility summary
- Mandan Edgewood - Compliance letter and facility summary
- Maple View - Bismarck - Compliance letter and facility summary
- Maple View - Fargo - Compliance letter and facility summary (Dec. 24, 2019)
- Maple View - Grand Forks- Compliance letter and facility summary (Sept. 2, 2020)
- Maple View - Minot - Compliance letter and facility summary
- New Perspective - West Fargo - Compliance letter and facility summary
- Roseadele - Jamestown - Compliance letter and facility summary
Agency Foster Home for Adults (AFHA) - Compliance letters and facility summaries
- Blessed Homes Jamestown - Compliance letter and facility summary
- Lake Region Corporation - Compliance letter and facility summary
- Prairie Home & Health AFHA - Compliance letter and facility summary
- Prudent Homecare, Sunset Haven - Compliance letter and facility summary
- Electronic Visit Verification (EVV) System information
- Links to Resources Related to Aging Services
- ND Home and Community-Based Services (HCBS) Settings Rule Statewide Transition Plan information
Contact the Adult and Aging Services Division
For questions, concerns and to report a complaint, contact:
Adult and Aging Services Division
N.D. Department of Human Services
1237 W. Divide Avenue, Suite 6
Bismarck, ND 58501
Aging and Disability Resource (toll-free) (855) 462-5465 for information on available services and to reach the division.
Relay ND TTY: 711 (TTY)
Fax: (701) 328-8744