Substance Abuse Resources
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Fargo Drug & Alcohol Rehab, Detox & Treatment Resources

Fargo, North Dakota is known for attractions like the Red River Zoo and the Fargo Air Museum. This lively city has a lot of culture, and yet, it’s peaceful, but everything isn’t great for some people in Fargo. Drug and alcohol addiction plagues many people as it does in the rest of the country. In 2013, a survey found that 24.6 million Americans aged 12 or over had used an illegal drug within the past month.

North Dakota is no exception to this nation-wide problem. While there are some people with only drug or alcohol addiction, the majority of people with substance abuse issues have both drug and alcohol addiction. sought treatment for addiction in North Dakota, 26.1% sought treatment for alcohol addiction, 13.3% sought treatment for drug addiction and 60.5% sought treatment for both alcohol and drug addiction.

You don’t have to despair and feel like all hope is lost if you have substance use disorder. You can receive help if you are willing to ask for it.

To those who are seeking drug addiction treatment within Fargo, North Dakota, there are many resources that are available. This guide will inform you of options for detox centers, rehab centers and recovery meetings.

You’re not alone in this struggle.

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Drug addiction is now an epidemic in America. In 2015, 30,000 people died as a result of opiate abuse. Those who struggle with drug addiction do not need to be shunned by the rest of society. They need to be treated for their disease. Consider a treatment center like The Recovery Village if you are thinking about seeking treatment for your substance use disorder. Call us today, and we can help you.

Finding Help in Fargo

Alcohol Rehab Centers and Drug Rehab Centers in Fargo, North Dakota

Drug and alcohol rehabilitation centers offer three different levels of treatment programs for your benefit. Inpatient treatment programs, partial hospitalization programs and outpatient treatment programs will usually be offered at most treatment facilities. The best way for you to decide which treatment program will work for you is to familiarize yourself with all of your options.

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    Residential Treatment Programs

    At a residential treatment program, the patient will stay in the facility and have access to medical supervision 24 hours a day. Counselors, healthcare professionals and addiction specialists will work together to help you go through the rehabilitation curriculum, which typically consists of classes, therapy and other healing activities.

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    Partial Hospitalization Programs

    In a partial hospitalization program, the patient will stay in the facility for 6 to 8 hours a day and have access to medical care while he or she is there. He or she will be permitted to go home in the evenings. He or she will still participate in the classes, therapy and healing activities.

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    Outpatient Treatment Programs

    In an outpatient treatment program, the patient will live at home and only go to the facility for two or three days a week. He or she will still participate in classes, therapy and other healing activities while he or she is in the facility.

Choosing the right treatment program can be confusing. At national treatment centers like The Recovery Village, addiction specialists are on staff to walk you through all of the treatment programs and look at your situation to make sure you are receiving the exact care you should be receiving.

Detox Centers

When you have made the choice to stop using the substance you are addicted to, detox centers can certainly be beneficial. A detox center will provide you with the medical assistance that you need when you are going through withdrawals. Certain substances (benzodiazepines, opiates, etc.) have more painful withdrawal symptoms than others (cocaine, methamphetamines, etc.) and should not be attempted to stop without medical assistance.

While detoxing with medical supervision is very important, many people don’t choose detox centers because they don’t offer treatment programs. Without treating the mental, emotional, spiritual and psychological aspects of your drug and/or alcohol addiction, a relapse will be extremely likely and then you will have to detox all over again the next time you decide to stop using. It’s best to choose a facility like The Recovery Village that allows you to detox and then go into a treatment program.

Recovery Meetings Near You

Part of having an effective aftercare plan is finding a recovery group that resonates with you so you can attend regular meetings. Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous and SMART Recovery are three of the most popular recovery meetings. There are many options for Fargo meetings.

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) Meetings

An Alcoholics Anonymous meeting is an excellent place to get support from fellow alcoholics who understand what you are going through if you have alcohol addiction. Founded by Bill Wilson and Dr. Bob Smith in 1935, AA has been helping millions all over the world for over 80 years. While members are encouraged to get a sponsor (mentor), read literature like The Big Book and follow the 12 steps, the only thing they need is a desire to stop drinking. Here are a few meetings in your area.

  • Fargo AA
    Where:
    Clubhouse
    1112 S. 3 Ave.
    Fargo, ND 58103
  • 4th St. Group
    Where:
    SRO Building
    69 N. 4th St.
    Fargo, ND 58102
  • Came to Believe
    Where:
    Messiah Lutheran Church
    2010 N. Elm St.
    Fargo, ND 58102

Narcotics Anonymous (NA) Meetings

Narcotics Anonymous was founded in 1953 by Jimmy Kinnon, nearly two decades after Alcoholics Anonymous was founded. NA is the 12-step program that focuses on those who have drug addiction. Users of heroin, cocaine, methamphetamine, marijuana and even alcohol are all welcome at NA meetings, which are very similar to AA meetings in their open, honest and supportive environment. If you are interested in trying an NA meeting, consider one of the following.

  • New Life Centerh
    Where:
    1902 3rd Ave. N.
    Fargo, ND 58102
  • Share House
    Where:
    4227 9th Avenue
    Fargo, ND 58103
  • Washburn United Methodist Church
    Where:
    1002 John Wesley Ln.
    Washburn, ND 58577

SMART Recovery Meetings

SMART Recovery is a non-profit recovery organization that was founded in 1994. Providing an alternative to 12-step groups like Narcotics Anonymous and Alcoholics Anonymous, SMART Recovery stands for Self-Management for Addiction Recovery Training. The philosophy of SMART Recovery is one of self-reliance and self-sufficiency. Here are the SMART Recovery meetings that are closest to Fargo.

  • Alba Bales House-NDSU Campus
    Where:
    1260 N. University Dr.
    Fargo, ND 58102
  • reGroup Office
    Where:
    107 7th St. S.
    Moorhead, MN 56560

Al-Anon and Nar-Anon Meetings

Is your parent, child, sibling, spouse, friend or other loved one struggling with substance use disorder? Al-Anon and Nar-Anon are support groups that are meant for the loved ones of those who suffer from alcohol or drug addiction. In a meeting, they can lean on each other for support and share their experiences, thoughts and feelings with each other. Here are the meetings in your area.

  • Al-Anon
    Where:
    Fargo AA Clubhouse
    1112 3rd Ave. S.
    Fargo, ND 58103
    • Al-Anon
      Where:
      Lighthouse
      21 9th St. S.
      Fargo, ND 58103
      • Nar-Anon
        Where:
        Great Plains Nar-Anon
        Lighthouse Church
        21 9th St. S.
        Fargo, ND 58103

      If you are looking for addiction resources in Fargo, North Dakota, you may also find valuable resources in the surrounding communities. There is a plethora of resources that you can find to be of value.

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      Fargo was last modified: August 7th, 2017 by The Recovery Village