Each participant in Community Connect has the opportunity to select a provider.
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.
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.
Phone: (218) 779-6825
Community Options provides evidence-based, person-centered services to individuals and families residing in North Dakota communities.
Care coordinators will:
- Connect you with peer support.
- Assist you in finding and retaining employment.
- Assist you in your education goals.
- Assist you in identifying barriers and how to overcome barriers by making appropriate referrals.
- Assist in finding housing.
420 20th St SW
Jamestown, ND 58401
Phone: (701) 925-0020
F5 Project provides transitional and re-entry support for those who were and are incarcerated before they are released. We pride ourselves on working on the inside to help bridge to the community. We believe in meeting the individual where they are at, and that sets us apart from other organizations in the same sector. We believe that by meeting the individual where they are at will help with character development, parenting, employment readiness, and social engagement.
We believe that not only is the person being transformed, but our community as well. That is why we have community meetings where our staff, the people coming out of incarceration and the community can engage one another and destroy stigmas. These connections heal worldviews, families, and communities. As part of the transition and re-entry support, we provide safe and affordable housing with peer mentorship. The peer will help with employment support, positive social networks, and transportation. A peer is defined as someone who was formerly incarcerated that has lived in the shoes of the person they are providing support for.
F5 Project works with the state of North Dakota on the Free Through Recovery program. Free Through Recovery (FTR) is a community-based behavioral health program designed to increase access to recovery support services for individuals engaged with the criminal justice system who have a serious behavioral health concern. Free Through Recovery is a partnership between the Department of Human Services and the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. The mission of Free Through Recovery is to improve healthcare outcomes and reduce recidivism by delivering high-quality community behavioral health services linked with effective community supervision. The goals are to improve engagement in quality services and to provide access to individualized services that are responsive to each person’s specific needs.
F5 Project is proud to be joining the state of North Dakota and the North Dakota Department of Behavioral Health’s newest program, Community Connect. Community Connect helps pregnant women, families, caregivers, and individuals by providing a one-stop entry point for needed services, such as housing, employment, financial, parenting, physical health, and community connections.
F5 Project has homes in Fargo, Grand Forks, Bismarck and Moorhead, MN. We offer care coordination for Free Through Recovery (FTR) and Community Connect and peer support services in Fargo, Grand Forks, Bismarck, Jamestown, Dickinson, Minot, and Williston.
Phone: (701) 410-2491
Firm Foundations Sober Living homes are designed to create a sense of comfort and security that allows our residents to let go of physical concerns and focus on their personal journey. Our residents learn that long-term recovery is about finding new tools and practicing them in daily life.
Our mission is to provide an atmosphere where people can apply the tools of recovery in a comfortable, safe, and stable environment so that the individual is given the opportunity to realize true freedom in sobriety.
“Recovery first, to make it last”
We have many community partners. A Care Coordinator can assist you with:
Connecting you with peer supports
Assisting you with finding employment
Assist you in your education goals
Assist you in identifying barriers and how to overcome barriers by making appropriate referrals
Assist in finding housing
We are proud to be a part of North Dakota Behavioral Health program, Community Connect, by assisting those in need of services such as housing, employment, financial, parenting, physical health and community connections.
PO Box 712
Jamestown, ND 58402
Phone: (701) 659-3207