Providers in Region 5

Providers in Region 5

Each of the providers listed below offers Free Through Recovery services. This includes care coordination and recovery support services for individuals with serious behavioral health diagnoses and who are involved with the criminal justice system.

An individual being referred to Free through Recovery needs to meet the eligibility requirements of Free through Recovery ONLY, not the eligibility requirements of the provider’s already existing services.

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Advocates for Change

Advocates for Change was established by human service professionals and those with the lived experience of addiction and mental health needs, to offer comprehensive support to the people of our community. We're dedicated to your individual progress and provide Care Coordination and Peer Support Services through the Free Through Recovery and Community Connect programs. Whether you are seeking resources such as housing, employment, or recovery services, or simply want to work with someone who will advocate for your well-being, we’re eager to assist and strive to provide the highest quality services, based on each person’s individualized need.
(701) 289-7676

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All Of Us In Recovery

All Of Us In Recovery offers comprehensive Case Management that provides client support in accessing services in the community, such as behavioral healthcare, peer support, housing, medical care, advocacy, education, employment, social and spiritual opportunities to improve their lives in recovery.

(218) 779-6825

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Better Together ND

The mission of Better Together ND is to provide care coordination, peer support, and recovery services aligned to each individual’s specific needs. These needs may be as basic as helping participants access suitable housing, stable employment, or nourishment assistance. A participant-centered care plan will help determine needs and may include chemical dependency treatment, mental health services, educational opportunities, or spiritual guidance. Care coordinators will connect participants to existing resources, such as family support, wellness services, domestic violence prevention, anger management programs, parenting education, and social supports. Client-driven goals will provide guidance and encouragement while helping participants engage in services that enrich their lives, prevent criminal justice involvement, and put them on a path to future success.

305 Roberts Street North
Fargo, ND 58102

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Centre, Inc.

Centre, Inc. is a private non-profit agency that provides rehabilitative services to individuals to achieve social re-integration. Centre has over 40 years of experience providing services to justice involved individuals in outpatient and residential settings. We understand the unique risks and needs of these individuals and the importance of collaboration that assists in making transitions and reintegration successful.


3501 Westrac Dr.
Fargo, ND 58103
(701) 365-4199

123 15th St. N
Fargo, ND 58102
(701) 237-9340

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Centric Solutions

Centric Solutions is a community-based mental and behavioral health care provider. A trauma- informed and culturally responsive, we challenge stigma associated with mental illness and addiction through education, counseling, and peer support. Our core service is to provide individualized services that are responsive to our clients’ goals. We support client’s journey to recovery and full independency.

Centric Solutions envisions that clients affected by substance use receive mental care, thrive, and achieve full recovery. To better meet the behavioral mental health needs, our traumainformed approaches promote resilience, empowers community integration, and enhances access to mental health facilities. As a data and evidence-driven agency, we support equitable access and better outcomes.

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Community Options

Community Options is a reputable statewide agency that provides person-centered care coordination services to support you as you pursue your ambitions and strive for independence. Our meetings take place at the location of your choice, and our support plans are based on your preferences. We understand the many challenges of life after incarceration. Our focus is to help support you through goal-setting, referrals to community resources, and assistance from several other internal programs/services. We have highly trained, compassionate, and knowledgeable staff that will provide you with stability and the best chances for a successful future that you can be proud of!

Services available:

  • Finding adequate housing and accessing housing assistance programs
  • Finding employment, resume development, interview skills, and job coaching
  • Assisting with transportation
  • Assisting with mental health and substance use challenges
  • Assisting with completion of paperwork for assistance programs
  • Providing financial assistance through the State Gap Funding process
    (Up to $100 per year in each approved expense category)
  • Connecting you to peer supports with lived experience for additional support

2701 9th Ave S. Suite E
Fargo, ND 58103


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Community Uplift Program

The Community Uplift Program (CUP) works to assist individuals at-risk in achieving independence in our community. We work in conjunction with community resources such as Opening Doors and Thrive (a Goldmark program) in establishing and maintaining housing; Vocational Rehab, Job Service, etc. to assist in employment; SMART Recovery, Refuge Recovery, AA/NA, Peer Support, and other recovery services to assist along your recovery journey. CUP also prides itself on assisting a diverse type of individuals, with an emphasis on LGBTQ+ and other minority groups.

Alongside ensuring that a person is stable in the community, we also believe that it is necessary to heal from the inside out, with wellness being the ultimate goal. We routinely work with area mental health providers to ensure a holistic continuum of care for individuals is established.

Fargo: (701) 639-3094

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Deep Roots

Deep Roots - a concept of a strong and long-lasting foundation.

Deep Roots mission is to empower and support our community by actively engaging with its members, fostering meaningful connections, and providing access to resources and opportunities that promote personal and collective growth. Through collaboration, education, and advocacy, we aim to create a community where everyone can thrive and achieve their full potential.  We are rooted in your future!

Cole Thomsen
1351 Page Dr. Suite 202
Fargo, ND 58103

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F5 Project

We don’t stop offering grace, helping people, and creating change. We’re criminal justice reform warriors  who offer grace without question & create change for those who hustle.

The formerly incarcerated and those suffering with addiction have limited resources available to them. They struggle to obtain even the simplest things due to an unfair stigma. People recently released from prison or recovery facilities don’t have a place to live or a means to communicate with people who can lift them up. They don’t have a job and often times find employment difficult if they don’t have a driver’s license or a reliable means of transportation. Felons and addicts don’t serve their sentence and “serve their time.” Their entire life is affected. People call it a ‘permanent record’ for a reason.

F5 Project cuts the red tape & eliminate barriers. We are the hands and feet on the street offering housing, resources, and a customized support plan for those who need us. Together we can make a difference! We offer help and connection through the entire state of North Dakota and in Moorhead, MN.

1122 1st Ave N. 
Fargo, ND 58102
Phone: (701) 210.2491

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We help addiction sufferers and their loved ones get well and stay well through peer addiction management support and care coordination. When clients step through our doors, we want them to know that they're in the right place. We assist individuals in the community connect to resources and services in the community, including housing, employment support, treatment options, and other needs to assist individuals to stay on track. Our staff are highly trained peers who have walked in your shoes. They provide practical, goal-oriented support and guide addiction sufferers and their loved ones through the wellness process. We're independent and non-judgmental and will support any path to getting well. We also connect families to resources and services in the community. We serve clients at any stage of recovery. Our care coordinators and coaches will help you find your way to wellness.

(303) 513-9111

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Fraser Ltd

The mission of Fraser Ltd is to support individuals on their life’s journey to independence. Our core services provide the basic care needed for a healthy life. This includes safe, affordable housing; teaching independent living skill; crisis management - including Valley Hope counseling center open to both the public and internal clientele in crisis; representative payee services (financial literacy / management) for adults ages 18 and older; and at-risk youth ages 16 to 26 years of age. We are a housing-first model which focuses on person-centered care, and we support individuals six weeks to end of life. We serve a broad range of individuals across our three major programs including children typically developing and those with special needs, as well as those on the autism spectrum. Youth at risk of homelessness, incarceration, trafficking, and adults with intellectual, developmental disabilities, mental health and behavioral issues are served in our residential and day programs. The Stepping Stones Resource Center (SSRC) is a part of the Fraser Continuum of Care model, providing drop in and emergency care for the youth in the community.

2902 University Drive S
Fargo ND 58103
(701) 232-3301

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Freedom Through Recovery

Need help finding housing, a job/career, training and/or education, substance use treatment (inpatient/outpatient), mental health services, obtaining your driver’s license, community health services, family reunification, support groups (Alcoholics Anonymous, Gambler’s Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous), recovery worship, grief counseling or financial management services?

For the person seeking to change their life in a positive manner, our years of experience have helped direct individuals to the proper resources. By utilizing a person-centered approach, the Freedom Through Recovery team will provide advocacy, peer support, resource navigation and ongoing case management.

Elisha Hoye, B.S. has 15+ years of first-hand experience working with juveniles and adults. Her expertise is helping individual clients earn their high school diploma/GED, seeking employment/training opportunities and locating affordable housing. Her mission focuses on implementing positive behavioral platforms for each to achieve their short term and long-term goals.

Elliott Kabanuk, B.A, M.A. stresses the importance of one-on-one interaction and personalized assessment, career planning, and short and long-term goals. The foundation of his philosophy is person-centered and rooted in his 35+ years of recovery. Elliott is a licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor (in Minnesota), ICGC-1 (International Certified Gambling Counselor) and an employment specialist.

(701) 799-3031 and 701-729-7755

(701) 388-8144

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Healing Circle Psychiatric Services

Dr. Allick, MD Psychiatrist opened Healing Circle Psychiatric Service in January 2023. Dr. Allick has extensive experience practicing psychiatry with a career spanning over 20 years. Dr. Allick mission statement: “Humanistic approach that touches the soul. By providing Western, Eastern, and Native American philosophies and spirituality helps individuals find their true authentic selves”. Dr. Allick acknowledges that the Budha states “It is only when we live our true self that we find happiness and contentment”. Dr. Allick is highly skilled in working with trauma, grief, palliative care, PTSD, and cross-cultural psychiatry. Dr. Allick has extensive experience working with Native American populations as well as refugee populations. Dr. Allick services include diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of mental health disorders. Healing Circle uses a holistic approach to healing the mind, body and spirit with empathy and compassion. Providing person-centered care recognizing the unique needs of individuals struggling emotionally and spiritually. With support, your journey of healing and growth can be achieved.

Healing Circle provides:

Psychiatric services – Medication Management, Individual and Family Therapy

  1. Targeted Case Management

  2. Free Through Recovery Care Coordination

  3. Community Connect Care Coordination

  4. Skills Training

Healing Circle Psychiatric Services

3220 18th St So Ste 7

Fargo, ND 58104

Phone: 701-532-2149

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Light House Recovery Services

Light House Recovery Services is a place where individuals can come to receive Care Coordination and Peer Support Services for Free Through Recovery, Community Connect and 1915i Medicaid billable services. We have all struggled in our lives, and Light House Recovery Services strives to provide Care Coordinators and Peer Support Specialists who have struggled with a variety of hurts, hang-ups and habits. Individuals who have struggled with mental health issues and/or substance use issues, who are willing to be vulnerable with their stories, providing a connection through hope, healing and faith.

Staff at Light House Recovery Services provide community resources to help individuals gain and maintain stability in their lives, no matter where they are at. Delivering housing, employment, recovery resources and legal advocacy to individuals in an underserved area   Alongside Lighthouse Church, and Beacon of Light House, Light House Recovery Services offer a recovery community that continues to change lives one at a time.

921 2nd Ave S.
Fargo, ND 58102

f. 701-829-7140

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Lost and Found Recovery Center

Lost and Found Recovery Center’s (LNF) mission is to walk alongside of each person who is searching for wholeness in life, especially those who have been affected by substance use disorder (their own or someone else’s) and help them achieve lifelong recovery. Our staff is dedicated to assisting clients find their strengths and values to create a strong recovery as well as navigating community resources for life’s necessities. LNF offers a variety of group meetings and individual meetings, a wellness library, peer support and chemical assessments. LNF’s foundation is faith-based but we believe that each individual will have a unique pathway to recovery, and we are here to assist. Finding your way to freedom, joy and wholeness is a journey that we will walk with you.

Lost and Found Recovery Center, Moorhead MN
111 7th St. S.
Moorhead, MN 56560
Phone: (218) 287-2089


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The Native Community Development Inc., doing business as Native, Inc., is a community development corporation designed to serve Native American and underserved communities in urban areas in North Dakota.

Native, Inc. is an access and assessment site in the Bismarck and Fargo regions to prevent homelessness. 

Community Development is “citizen participation in community organizations and has been viewed as a major method for improving the quality of the physical environment, enhancing services, preventing crime, and improving social conditions for healthy development of a population.” 

Our mission is to create safe and inclusive communities within urban areas across North Dakota through affordable housing, culture, education and workforce and economic services.

Our Programs Include:

  • Free through Recovery Program (Bismarck/Fargo)
  • Community Connect Program (Bismarck/Fargo)
  • Talking Circles (Bismarck/Fargo)
  • Housing Programs (Bismarck/Fargo) includes: Rental Assistance, ND Rent Help Application Counselor and Utility Assistance
  • Parenting Programs (Bismarck)
  • Cultural Programs (Bismarck) includes classes: Beading, Ribbon skirt making, regalia making, Indian dancing, arts and crafts, tipi setup, tanning hides, jerky making class, and storytelling).
  • Great Plains Indians Youth Center (Bismarck)
    • Juvenile Justice Delinquency Program - Positive Action Program - An evidence-based program for Native American youth and families
    • Youth Life Skills Development
    • Youth Drum Classes
    • Youth Indian Dance Classes
    • Youth Social Night
  • Trauma Informed Group Therapy for youth and families (Bismarck)
  • ND Indian Youth Leadership Program (Statewide)
  • Native Arts Professional Development Train the Trainer Project (held February 2022) (Statewide)
  • Career Programs include: Internships & Entrepreneurships (Bismarck)
  • Community Service Program (Bismarck/Fargo)
  • Volunteer Program (Bismarck/Fargo)

Our Events Include:

  • Day Pow-wows
  • Community Gatherings
  • Cultural Events
  • First Nations Day
  • Holiday Events
  • Bismarck Metro Community Resource Fair

Bismarck Headquarters
2403 East Thayer Avenue
Bismarck, ND 58501

  • For general inquiries, Tel: (701) 595-5181, dial 1 or Email
  • To inquire or register into Community Connect or Free through Recovery  

Leigh Tasso Tel: (701) 557-7316 or Email:

  • For administrative inquiries, Lorraine Davis Tel: (701) 557-7313

Fargo-Moorhead Office
Care Coordinator, Lenore King
Tel: (701) 936-3258

The Fargo Engagement Center
222 4th Street North
Fargo, ND 58102

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NIAM Brain Injury Services

NIAM LLP is dedicated to focusing our energies on assisting individuals with brain injuries to lead full and productive lives. We work with a variety of community providers to ensure that our individuals have the best possible outcomes. To help individuals, we collaborate with rehabilitative brain injury specialists, to educate individuals and families in the understanding of brain injury, and the community. NIAM provides coordination of services for housing, employment, medical, vocational, and other resources available to you. NIAM’s Peer Support Specialists provide support based upon lived experience and are important members of the team. We support individuals to not only have an equal but an equitable opportunity to build psychological resilience and move forward in life. The cornerstones of our agency are kindness, dignity, respect, and persistence. Everyone’s care is individualized, provided at their pace and within their tolerances. 

1202 23rd St. S. 
Fargo, ND 58103
Phone: (701) 540-6344

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Recovery Peers

At Recovery Peers, our aim is to empower individuals by offering support, and guidance, and facilitating access to community resources. We are committed to actively engaging with individuals on their path to recovery, fostering an environment of support conducive to their growth. Through our collective endeavors, we seek to improve the availability of essential resources, promote health, and champion the welfare of our beneficiaries. Together, we endeavor to create resilient communities and make a positive impact on lives by breaking down barries related to culture, religion, and language.

1323 23rd Street STE D
Fargo, ND 58103
Contact Mohamed Osman:

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Recovery Works

Recovery Works, LLC is a diverse group of authentically passionate and insightful individuals, who are incredibly committed to mentoring others on their road to recovery.

Our services follow a strength-based approach that operates on the belief that everyone has inherent personal strengths they can employ to promote meaningful and positive change.

Our purpose is to provide the support and encourage individuals to empower them with the ability to identify and recognize the value of their strengths so they can achieve sustainable long-term recovery.

We believe limitless possibilities exist and can be obtained by every individual we serve and support.

3334 14th Ave. S
Fargo, ND 58103
(701) 429-0077

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RESTORE Inc. in a non-profit organization that is dedicated to helping client's access opportunities to help them succeed in society. Since 1992 we have connected clients with resources in the community such as chemical dependency treatment, mental health treatment and violence treatment to help them fulfil their court requirements. Our organization wants to see offenders succeed and lead productive lives, not re-enter the system to become repeat offenders or struggle with addiction. Being a part of the Free through Recovery Program gives our case managers a chance to help more in-depth with each client whether it be finding proper treatment, housing, education, employment, or support groups. Our compassionate and empathetic case managers want to help you succeed in all areas of your life and will be with you every step of the way through your recovery. As an organization that works closely with the court and probation we have long seen bad decisions that could be prevented if a client had more help along the way or better opportunities in society. We believe each individual deserves the chance at succeeding and we want to help each client RESTORE their lives.

3509 Interstate Blvd. Suite 100
Fargo, ND 58103
(701) 239-0078

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Ridge Treatment and Reentry Center

Ridge Treatment and Reentry Center is a comprehensive psychiatric and addictions clinic and treatment center specializing in addiction and dual diagnosis treatment services. Our clinic offers medication management, psychotherapy, addiction counseling, substance use treatment, and peer support services to adult clients. We specialist in opioid treatment, medication assisted treatment (MAT), harm reduction, and low threshold care. Patients can be seen urgently through our open access clinic at our Fargo location, which is open weekdays, or via a regular scheduled appointment at one of our various F/M locations by arranging a time that works best for them. We offer a full range of treatment services, domestic violence courses, and mental health counseling services (both individual and groups) at The Ridge Re-entry and Treatment Center which is also located in Fargo.

1122 1st Ave. N.
Fargo, ND 58102
(218) 477-1353

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Styled with Strength

Styled with Strength believes in the power of women coming together for the advocacy and advancement of all women within our local community. We provide care coordination, peer support, and connection to community services and providers based on each person’s individual needs and goals; to build a future that best supports their passions. With a specialization in healing after abusive relationships, helping write new chapters rooted in healthy relationships and enhanced self-confidence is the start of our work.  We utilize relationships and community connections to align housing and food resources, behavioral health services, and employment opportunities for all participants. No matter the point of your journey that we meet you on, we know that the opportunity to come alongside you and advocate for you is a responsibility we take seriously, and we would be honored to be on this journey to wholeness together.

Styled with Strength Office Location
2920 Sheyenne Street, Suite 107
West Fargo ND 58078
(701) 760-4565

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The Healing Center

The Healing Center Counseling & Consulting Services was established in June of 2016 and began operations in May of 2021 providing an array of services within the community to restore, educate, and empower. 

OUR VISION: To restore, educate, empower, and heal individual/s & families within our community. 

OUR PHILOSPHY: Our philosophy at The Healing Center is people are more than their disease. Having a safe place to heal, be restored, educated, empowered to a healthy place within thine self without being judged or criticized for past mistakes or choices encourages healthy living practices for individual/s and their families.

MISSION STATEMENT: To bridge the gap in addiction and mental health services within the community for the underserved population and minorities.

SLOGAN: The Healing Center provides individual/s and families a safe place to heal by private practice consults or community referrals. 

Point of contact:
Shenika Bordeaux-Collins, MS, LMAC, ADC-S
3523 45th St. S. Suite 105
Fargo, ND 58104
Phone: (701) 261-2455

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Way of Life

Way of Life is a comprehensive program designed to serve as a guiding system for individuals facing challenging times in their lives.  Its primary purpose is to provide care coordination and peer support in order to restore and renew wellness.  While Way of Life is rooted in Indigenous perspective and values, it welcomes people from all nations and backgrounds.

By offering care coordination, Way of Life helps individuals access a variety of services and resources that can support them in their journey.  This may include connecting individuals with healthcare providers, mental health professionals, social services, or other relevant support systems.

Way of Life emphasizes peer support as a vital component of the program. Through peer support, individuals can find understanding, encouragement and guidance from others who have faced similar challenges.  This creates a sense of community and a supportive environment for growth and healing.

Overall, the intention of Way of Life is to help individuals regain a sense of balance and purpose with the goal of fostering resilience and well-being.

Sheyenne Puetz
Tel: (701) 581-5199


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