The Mission of Grand Forks Public Health is to prevent disease, promote healthy environments and lifestyles, build community resilience through preparedness and assure access to health services. We administer the Community Prevention Grant and partner with Altru and the Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition (SAPC) to advance prevention policy, system and environmental change. Grand Forks Public Health operates the Grand Forks Withdrawal Management (Social Detox) Center and the Any Positive Change (APC) Program which is a Syringe Service Program. The Department has an Opioid Response Program that distributes overdose reversal medication, leverages resources to increase treatment and recovery, supports peer counseling and housing, and works to reduce stigma of mental health and addiction.

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TEARS (Together we Educate About the Realities of Suicide) was established to support individuals and families who have lost a loved one to suicide and to provide education in hopes of preventing suicide in our Grand Forks community and surrounding region. We facilitate a monthly survivor support group, provide grief kits to survivors, and facilitate Mental Health First Aid classes in our region.

The Grand Forks Police Department is comprised of a dedicated group of men and women who live by the values of : Service, Partnership, Intergity, Accountability, Respect, and Obligation as the values that guide our actions. The Grand Forks Police Department, in partnership with a diverse community, is dedicated to upholding the highest professional standards in order to equitably serve and protect all individuals with respect and dignity. The Grand Forks Police Department deploys two officers as Mental Health Liaisons in order to connect members of our community with the necessary services they require. The Mental Health Liaisons work closely with numerous community groups and partners to accomplish this goal.

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The Mountain Plains Mental Health Technology Transfer Center (MHTTC) is one of the 12 centers that make up the larger MHTTC Network. Funded by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), the MHTTC network includes ten MHTTC Regional Centers, a Tribal Affairs Center, a Hispanic and Latino Center, and a Network Coordinating Office. The Mountain Plains MHTTC serves the states of Colorado, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Utah, and Wyoming. The primary focus of the center is to provide training, resources, and technical assistance to individuals serving persons with mental health disorders, especially those with serious mental illness or a serious emotional disturbance. Particular attention is given to serving providers with limited access to service delivery systems. The team also continues to maintain and build strong collaborative relationships with key stakeholders in the region and nationally.

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Lutheran Social Services of North Dakota walks with people when they find themselves at a fork in the road. When they are experiencing a transition or a pressure point of some kind. Together we help people find a way forward because everyone needs a little help sometimes. We are involved in some of the most important issues of the day including Therapy Services for individuals, families as well as group treatment for gambling addiction. We offer free early intervention and prevention services for families with children of all ages wanting to learn how to make the most of your family's strengths and skills. Call our Grand Forks office for more information at 701.772.7577 or message us via our website.

Northeast Human Service Center is one of eight regional human service centers within the North Dakota Department of Human Services. The center provides a wide range of human services to the residents of Grand Forks, Walsh, Pembina and Nelson counties.

Northern Prairie Community Clinic (NPCC) was designed to offer services within the Greater Grand Forks community while serving as a training center for doctoral and masters students in clinical psychology, counseling psychology, and speech-language pathology. All services are provided under the supervision of faculty members licensed in the state of North Dakota. NPCC offers mental health assessment services, mental health interventions, group therapy programs, as well as evaluating and treating communication disorders.

Global Friends Coalition fosters refugee integration through work with New Americans and the Greater Grand Forks community.

Our primary mission is to assist North Dakotans with disabilities to improve their employment opportunities and to assist North Dakota businesses in finding solutions to their disability-related issues.

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Providing addiction and clinical services to adolescents and adults. Individualized Level I Outpatinet programming, including CD Evaluations, are offered to adolescents and adults. There are separate programs for adolescents and adults. Clinical services include dealing with issues with Anxiety, Depression, Trauma and Stress. These services include individual, couples and family therapy. CTC is here to walk the journey with anyone that is having difficulty walking the journey alone.

With a bold mission to end violence in two generations, the Community Violence Intervention Center (CVIC) delivers vital safety and healing services to adults and children experiencing trauma and educates youth and professionals about how to prevent violence develop healthy relationships.

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Job Service North Dakota provides workforce and unemployment services across the state in our nine Workforce Centers and at our Central location in Bismarck, ND. We offer a variety of services for both job seekers and employers.

Offering Infant through School-Aged Child Care.  Spots available for Essential Employees

The mission of The Village Family Service Center is to strengthen individuals we serve through regional community behavioral health services. These include counseling for depression, anxiety and other mental health concerns, addiction treatment, mentoring, debt management, adoption, and pregnancy options counseling.

Since 1891, The Village Family Service Center has helped area children and families improve their lives. The Village was founded as the North Dakota Children's Home Society, a home for orphaned children, and for decades provided a sanctuary for those who often had no other place to go. Today, The Village reaches out to more than 80,000 people every year, and we are constantly adapting our services to meet the needs of modern life.


As the definition of family evolves, so do we. And no matter how you define family, at The Village, you will never go it alone.


The Vulnerable Adult Protective Services Program (VAPS) addresses the safety of vulnerable adults who are at-risk of harm due to the presence or threat of abuse, neglect, or exploitation. Individuals age 18 and older or a minor emancipated by marriage who have a substantial mental or functional impairment that compromises health, safety or independence are considered vulnerable adults. If you have a concern about possible abuse, neglect, exploitation or self-neglect of someone who might be a vulnerable adult, learn how to report your concerns by viewing this infographic. You can use the online reporting system or the reporting form option to make a report. Reports and calls are responded to within two working  days.


IMPORTANT: If you believe a vulnerable adult is in immediate danger of serious injury or danger, call law enforcement first before making a report to the Aging Services Division.


OPTION 1 - Use the Online Reporting System (NOTE: You MUST USE INTERNET EXPLORER for the online reporting system to function. To add Victim or Perpetrator information, scroll down to the bottom of report and hit “Add.”)


OPTION 2 - Complete and submit a Reporting Form (SFN 1607 Report of Vulnerable Adult Abuse, Neglect, or Exploitation). Send the completed form by using the LINK on the form, emailing it to or faxing it to 701-328-8744.


OPTION 3 - Make a report by telephone. Call the central intake line at 1-855-462-5465, "Press 2". NOTE: The Aging and Disability Resource LINK - Vulnerable Adult Protective Services intake line is answered weekdays between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., Central Time. Please leave a message, including your contact information, if you call after hours.

Free Through Recovery is a community based behavioral health program designed to increase recovery support services to individuals involved with the criminal justice system who have behavioral health concerns.

Free Through Recovery participants will work with local providers to receive:

Care Coordination: Includes an ongoing source of connection, helping participants access treatment and recovery support services, and creatively addressing barriers to individual success. It also includes the provision of assessment, care planning, referrals, and monitoring collaboration with clinical services and probation and parole

Recovery Services: Includes access to supportive housing, educational opportunities, meaningful employment, leisure activities and wellness, family and community social supports, parenting education, spiritual engagement, nourishment assistance programs, and any other individualized resources needed to help participants lead a healthy and fulfilling life.

Peer Support: Connection with a peer who has similar lived experience. Peer support specialists provide mentorship, advocacy and additional recovery support.