Each participant in Community Connect has the opportunity to select a provider.
ADAPT provides low-intensity addiction services, counseling and electronic monitoring services. The goal of these services is to prevent the need for in-patient addiction treatment, In-Patient Hospitalizations and Incarcerations in their life through a variety of programs that address the problems and not only the symptoms. They include:
- Drug /Alcohol Addiction Services to include Evaluations, Level 1 out-patient and after-care programming, DUI Seminars and other educational awareness courses. Such as, Licensed Addiction Counseling, WebEx Web-Based State and Federally Approved Services, Minor In Possession Classes, Tobacco Prevention Classes, Drug Screenings, and Substance Abuse Prevention (Federal SAP Services).
- Criminal Justice Services – in lieu of jail time, allowing clients be at home and eligible for work release programs through the electronic monitoring programs: House Arrest / Home Confinement, GPS Tracking (no landline needed), Technology Alcohol Monitoring (Soberlink System) (no landline needed), and Domestic Violence Offender Monitoring.
- Mental Health Services; Vocational Counseling, Anger Management Courses, Domestic Violence Courses, Family and Individual Therapy, Domestic Violence Offenders Treatment Groups, and Other Group and Individualized Programs.
1720 Burnt Boat Dr, Suite 108
Phone: (701) 255-3717
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
The mission of Better Together ND is to provide care coordination, peer support, and recovery services aligned to each individual’s specific needs. A participant-centered care plan and 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.
Blessed Builders is a bunch of Blessed People Building Others.
Blessed Builders offers Sober Living and Outpatient Treatment services for both men and women in the Bismarck/Mandan area.
We have the heart for the people. Blessed Builder's stands beside each individual as they walk out this life's journey. Together we are better.
Blessed Builders - Ministry
Sober Living Housing and Treatment Facility (Men and Women)
2700 State St. Ste. F-6
Bismarck, ND 58503
Phone: (701) 751-0318
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.
100 6th Ave SE
Mandan, ND 58554
Phone: (701) 663-8228
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.
4909 Shelburne St
Bismarck ND 58503
Phone: (701) 223-2417
Fort Yates Location
100 Standing Rock Ave.
Ft. Yates, ND 58538
Phone: (701) 854-4379
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.
120 N. 3rd St. Ste. 210
Bismarck, ND 58501
Phone: (701) 412-6866
We help addiction sufferers and their loved ones get well and stay well through peer addiction management coaching and other support. When clients step through our doors, we want them to know that they’re in the right place. We help take the mystery out of this disease. Our coaches 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, including treatment, housing, employment support and other needs to help them stay on track. Our coaching is confidential and available to anyone for any length of time. We serve clients at any stage of recovery. Our coaches will help those impacted by drug and alcohol addiction find their way to wellness.
3306 Frost Lane
Bismarck ND 58503
Phone: (303) 513-9111
Ministry on the Margins is a volunteer-based ecumenical ministry committed to supporting those who fall through the cracks during times of transition. Ministry on the Margins is able to assist you with
- Prison ministry at the penitentiary and jails.
- Family support when a loved one is incarcerated.
- Food pantry and household or clothing needs.
- Emergency sheltering.
- Basic health care needs such as glasses or hand and foot care.
- Attaining documents such as birth certificate and social security.
- Connecting you with peer support and support systems.
- Assist you in finding and retaining employment.
- Assist you in finding housing.
- Spiritual support individually or as part of a group .
201 N 24th St.
Phone: (701) 223-6315
The Native Community Development Inc., doing business as NATIVE, Inc., is a community development corporation designed to serve Native American communities within urban areas across North Dakota through affordable housing, human and economic services, culture and education services. 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.” NATIVE, Inc. is co-located with the Native American Development Center located in Bismarck, North Dakota. NATIVE, Inc. participates in the ND’s Free through Recovery Program and ND’s Community Connect Program. Participants will receive many socio-cultural services, e.g., mentoring, ceremonies, sweat Lodge, talking circles, elder, youth, parenting and family programs, Indian education and Tribal language classes and economic services, e.g., transportation, housing assistance, employment services and consumer finance, artisan and entrepreneur coaching.
CEO: Lorraine Davis
Phone: (701) 595-5181, dial 7
DHS Programs Administrator: Leigh Tasso
Phone: (701) 595-5181, dial 6
2403 East Thayer Avenue
Bismarck ND 58501
Phone: (701) 595-5181
Northland Health Centers (NHC) is a comprehensive primary care clinic, including medical, behavioral health, and dental services. Our mission is to deliver patient-centered, accessible, quality-driven, care to all generations of North Dakotans, regardless of the ability to pay. NHC serves 8 communities in North Dakota: Bismarck, Bowbells, McClusky, Minot, Ray, Rolette, St. John, and Turtle Lake. Common services that we provide are Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT), care of acute and chronic health problems, preventative and wellness care for all ages, dental, sick visits, mental health, DOT-certified physicals, laboratory services, EKG’s, care coordination, case management, Marketplace enrollment, connection to social services, and more! Northland Health Centers is excited to also now be a Free Through Recovery and Community Connect provider in both Minot and Bismarck! Come see us today!
914 S 12th St., Suite 101
Bismarck, ND 58504
Phone: (701) 255-4242
Fax: (701) 258-5999
Real Church LLC (previously Chris Chase Builders LLC) Our goal is to help our clients become independent with a support team to stand behind them. We help coordinate for housing, jobs, community support, and any other need to presents itself. We are creative thinkers and often find new ways to create solutions to issues but, also, know how to work with the community agencies for help. We are an advocate for our clients and have access to a computer to help with job searches, Medicaid applications, or applications/paperwork of any kind (SUD, etc.)
Our specialty is the recovery support aspect. We collaborate with Celebrate Recovery Bismarck by offering recovery meetings at our facility many times during the week. It is possible that we can offer rides with advance notice to recovery needs, housing, job, or other important events in an individual’s lives. We are partnering with a church plant, where we will start to offer a recovery directed church service once a week. Through this we are able to offer volunteer and mentor opportunities if the client so chooses.
Our employees have hands on recovery experience and have skills on how to talk to people needing more recovery support in the community.
201 N 24th St
Bismarck, ND 58501
Phone: (701) 202-2003
The Warriors Reentry Drug Program is a support program for Native American individuals who are struggling from Methamphetamine/Heroin and Opioid drugs in the community. The Reentry Program provides assistance to Native Americans who are incarcerated; on probation or parole; or, in treatment or aftercare for addiction recovery. We help our clients by referrals for treatment, housing, and employment, helping them to restore their lives.
521 E Main St, Civic Square Ste. 350
Bismarck, ND 58501
Phone: (701) 421-5310