North Dakota Substance Abuse Treatment Centers

In 2018
50%
Of Drug Overdose Deaths involved Opioids
Out of the 70 North Dakota drug overindulgence deaths reported by the National Institute on Drug Abuse in 2018, 36 fatalities involved opioid overdose.
Drug Injury Deaths
9.3 Per 100,000
In 2019
Based on America's Health Rankings statistics, 9.3 deaths per 100,000 people in North Dakota were associated with drug injuries (suicide, unintentional, homicide or undetermined)
Of All Adolescents,
4%
Abuse Pain Relievers
On a survey by The U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, at least 4% of North Dakota’s adolescents (12 to 17 years old) admitted to having used pain relievers in a way not prescribed by a doctor.
In 2019
22.8%
Of the Adults Drunk Excessively
An America's Health Rankings report shows that during the year, 22.8% of persons aged 18 and over in North Dakota admitted to either binge drinking or chronic drinking.

North Dakota Substance Abuse Treatment Centers

Substance abuse is a monster that ruins lives. However, while struggling with drug or alcohol addiction often feels very lonely, you are not alone. There are plenty of North Dakota substance abuse treatment centers that can help you find hope and healing. Learn more about the importance of drug recovery in North Dakota as well as outpatient versus inpatient drug rehab programs below.

North Dakota Drug & Alcohol Hotlines

Caring professionals are here to listen 24 hours a day, seven days a week on any of these hotlines.

United Recovery Helpline

(888) 528-9426

If you’re struggling with a substance use disorder, the Treatment Referral Helpline can help connect you with appropriate resources.

Poison Control

(888) 222-1222

This hotline can answer questions or address emergencies regarding medication and drug-related poisonings.

Alcohol and Drug Treatment in North Dakota Cities

Explore a map of North Dakota below, or choose another state to view drug statistics for that state:

North Dakota Drug Abuse

If you are struggling with drugs or alcohol, you are not alone. The state’s substance abuse statistics highlight the need for drug rehab centers in North Dakota and beyond. By seeking treatment for yourself or a loved one, you can break the cycle of addiction and live free from drugs and alcohol.

In 2018
50%
Of Drug Overdose Deaths involved Opioids
Out of the 70 North Dakota drug overindulgence deaths reported by the National Institute on Drug Abuse in 2018, 36 fatalities involved opioid overdose.
Drug Injury Deaths
9.3 Per 100,000
In 2019
Based on America's Health Rankings statistics, 9.3 deaths per 100,000 people in North Dakota were associated with drug injuries (suicide, unintentional, homicide or undetermined)
Of All Adolescents,
4%
Abuse Pain Relievers
On a survey by The U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, at least 4% of North Dakota’s adolescents (12 to 17 years old) admitted to having used pain relievers in a way not prescribed by a doctor.
In 2019
22.8%
Of the Adults Drunk Excessively
An America's Health Rankings report shows that during the year, 22.8% of persons aged 18 and over in North Dakota admitted to either binge drinking or chronic drinking.

Drug Use Statistics for North Dakota

Unfortunately, drug and alcohol abuse is a problem for many people in North Dakota. According to the North Dakota Opioid Summary from the National Institute on Drug Abuse:

  • In 2010, 2,478 people entered treatment in North Dakota for drugs or alcohol.
  • In 2016, 80 people in North Dakota died from an opioid overdose.
  • In North Dakota, 32.6% of adults age 18-44 participate in binge drinking.

As you can see, many residents of North Dakota need substance abuse treatment centers to help them with the struggles of drug or alcohol addiction.

Outpatient vs. Inpatient Rehab in North Dakota

There are two basic types of drug and alcohol rehab treatment, inpatient and outpatient treatment and every different rehab program fits into one option or the other. Below, we are going to look at a few of the key differences between inpatient and outpatient rehab in North Dakota.

  • Supervision and Support – The most significant difference between inpatient and outpatient programs is where you stay. With an inpatient program, you live at the rehab facility, and with an outpatient program, you stay in your own home or the home of a trusted family member or friend. That makes a big difference in the level of supervision and support that you have. An inpatient program offers 24/7 supervision and support, which is optimal for those trying to overcome intense addiction as studies show that there are many benefits of peer support groups in the treatment of addiction. As part of an outpatient program, you will be mostly on your own during nights and evenings, so you will not have as much supervision and support, which often makes it easier to relapse.
  • Cost – Inpatient rehab costs more than outpatient rehab. This makes sense when you think about all the extra amenities included in an inpatient rehab. Not only are you paying for a place to stay, but also for all of your meals and 24-hour support. While an outpatient rehab is the more affordable option, it inherently includes less in terms of support and amenities. The cost is a big difference, but many people fighting addiction find that the price is worth the outcome.
  • Success RateThe success rate of rehab is much higher in the inpatient setting than in outpatient rehab. This is because inpatient rehab offers people 24/7 support so when they feel they are going to relapse, they can easily get the help they need. Inpatient rehab also does not allow people to have access to drugs or alcohol inside the facility. However, when you take part in outpatient rehab, you are on your own at home every night. This means less support and easier access to drugs and alcohol.
  • Length of Program – Inpatient rehab programs can be as short as 28 days to as long as six months depending on the person and the addiction. An outpatient program generally lasts a little longer because you spend fewer hours per day in actual rehab. This type of program can run from 3 months to a year.

Those are just a few of the biggest differences between inpatient and outpatient drug recovery options in North Dakota and other states. While both options are beneficial for those struggling with drug or alcohol addiction, each individual has to choose the type of program that works best for them and their lives

Choosing United Recovery for Drug Recovery for North Dakota Residents

United Recovery Project is a great drug recovery option for those living in North Dakota. Located in Hollywood, Florida, our facility offers excellent inpatient rehab options that help people get out of their current environment and beat their drug or alcohol addiction. While it can be daunting to think of leaving home for treatment, studies show that there are many benefits when traveling to rehab programs away from home. Check out our website to learn more about drug recovery for those living in North Dakota.

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New York Drug & Alcohol Hotlines

Caring professionals are here to listen 24 hours a day, seven days a week on any of these hotlines.

United Recovery Helpline

(888) 528-9426

If you’re struggling with a substance use disorder, the Treatment Referral Helpline can help connect you with appropriate resources.

Poison Control

(888) 528-9426

This hotline can answer questions or address emergencies regarding medication and drug-related poisonings.

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Alcohol and Drug Treatment in North Dakota Cities

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