Drug & Alcohol Rehabs in North Dakota
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North Dakota has some of the highest rates of substance dependence and abuse in the country. In recent years, almost 1 in every 5 people in the state between the ages of 18 and 25 are dependent upon or abusing alcohol. Rates of drug abuse are also increasing, and drug use is initiating at a young age—in 2013, more than 20% of twelfth graders in North Dakota used prescription drugs without a prescription. As prescription drug abuse has increased, between 2013 and 2015, the number of drug-related overdose deaths in North Dakota more than tripled.
North Dakota—Increased Access to Life-Saving Treatment
In the face of this crisis, the state is bolstering its prevention and treatment efforts. The state is trying new community-based prevention efforts and collecting data on substance abuse trends. North Dakota’s Behavioral Health Division has begun its “Stop Overdose Campaign” to prevent deadly opioid overdoses and increase access to naloxone, a drug that can reverse an opioid overdose. The division also offers Substance Use Disorder vouchers, to help those in need who can’t afford treatment.
North Dakota is working to improve its approach to substance abuse issues and save its citizens lives. By increasing access to treatment, the state is opening the door to a healthy life in recovery more people. If you or a loved one is struggling with substance abuse, we can help you explore rehab options in North Dakota. Call us anytime: 1-866-317-7050.
- In North Dakota, more than 60,000 people are dependent upon or abusing substances each year—over 8% of the state’s population.
- Almost 1 in every 10 adults over the age of 21 in North Dakota report heavy alcohol use (drinking five or more drinks on the same occasion, on five or more days in the past month).
- In 2015, almost half of all people admitted to treatment in North Dakota reported alcohol as their primary substance of abuse, often with a secondary drug.
- After alcohol, marijuana was the next most popular substance. Over 25% of the people who primarily abused marijuana were between the ages of 12 and 17.
- From 2013 to 2015, the number of people who primarily abused amphetamines increased by almost 50%, with the majority of users between the ages of 21 and 35.
North Dakota’s Treatment and Recovery Support
Here’s what you can expect from most North Dakota treatment facilities:
- Screenings for both substance abuse and mental health issues
- A variety of counseling formats, like individual, group, and family
- Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
- Relapse prevention
- Education about substance abuse disorders
Recovery Advocates in North Dakota
- The North Dakota Department of Human Services’ (DHS) Behavioral Health Division oversees the state’s mental health and substance abuse services. The department provides direct services through their eight regional human service centers, the State Hospital, and through contracts with approved providers.
- The DHS offers Substance Use Disorder Vouchers that help eligible individuals access treatment services. On the DHS website, you can find information about how to apply for a voucher and participating treatment providers.
- In collaboration with Spirit Lake Tribe, North Dakota’s DHS has also established Tribal Substance Abuse Prevention Programs to prevent substance abuse among the state’s Native American communities. The coordinators of Tribal Community Prevention use cultural beliefs and traditions of the native tribes to engage their communities in prevention efforts and promote wellness.
- The North Dakota Prevention Resource and Media Center (PRMC) is the state’s leading source of behavioral health promotion, as well as substance abuse prevention efforts and information. The PRMC uses scientific data to draw connections between substance abuse and related behavioral problems, then uses that information to educate North Dakota’s communities and prevention professionals.
- North Dakota University researches and develops substance abuse prevention strategies for the state’s college campuses through the North Dakota Higher Education Consortium for Substance Abuse Prevention (NDHECSAP). To better address the state’s college substance-related issues. the consortium conducts student surveys and reviews campus substance abuse programs.