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  • The State of North Dakota and the U.S. Department of Justice (USDOJ) reached a settlement agreement that outlines actions the state will take to expand access to home and community-based care services and enable individuals with physical disabilities to live in the least restrictive setting possible.
  • It also reflects that home and community-based services are the preferred form of care for disabled adults and the most cost-efficient form of services.

The North Dakota Department of Health and Human Services hosted four virtual Department of Justice settlement agreement listening sessions in February 2021 to gather stakeholder input on a draft implementation plan and to develop a strategy for ongoing stakeholder involvement. 


For Nursing Homes and Hospitals: DOJ Settlement, NEW Informed Choice Process and Making Referrals for in-Home and Community-Based Services

Looking for in-home services and care options? Watch these informational 30-min. WEBINARS.

HHS funds services that give older adults and individuals with disabilities options beyond nursing home care.

These recorded webinars spotlight current in-home and community-based care and support services that enable North Dakotans to live more independently at home in their communities.

QSP Agency Quality Improvement Program Standards - Webinar Recording (45 min.), June 22, 2022



If you have questions or comments about the settlement agreement, or would like to file a complaint related to the provision of in-home and community-based long-term care services and supports, you can contact the North Dakota Aging and Disability Resource LINK toll-free at (855) 462-5465, 711 (TTY) and, or at the Aging Services Section, N.D. Department of Health and Human Services, 1237 W. Divide Ave., Suite 6, Bismarck N.D. 58501.