Service Locations


Map pins imageDelivering human services involves a partnership between the department, Human Service Zones (formerly county social service offices), and private service providers. The administrative arm of the department receives and distributes funds for human service needs, provides direction and technical assistance, sets standards, conducts training of county staff, manages the computerized eligibility systems, and provides program supervision to county employees.

About 83 percent of the department's staff are based at direct service locations (the North Dakota State Hospital, Life Skills and Transition Center, the eight regional human service centers, the eight regional child support offices, and regional vocational rehabilitation offices). The local county offices of the 19 Human Service Zones are also important local service providers.

To locate direct services near you, click on the appropriate headings below.