The substance use disorder treatment services available to Burlington residents, North Dakota, are located in Minot, North Dakota, a city outside of Burlington.
Addiction treatment programs provided in the area include:
- Outpatient services
- Aftercare programs
- Individual, group counseling
- Ongoing recovery support
For more treatment options, be sure to view our list of the best alcohol detox centers in North Dakota.
Rehab Centers Near Burlington, North Dakota
ADAPT Dual Diagnosis Drug and Alcohol Addiction Treatment Center — Minot, North Dakota
This second ADAPT alcohol and drug rehab center also offers outpatient programs for adults.
The alcohol and drug treatment programs focus on substance abuse counseling and dual-diagnosis therapy.
Substance abuse treatments offer here include:
- relapse prevention
- case management
- individual counseling
- group therapy
- family counseling
- aftercare programs
- non-substance abuse addiction disorder
- telehealth services
Location and contact information:
2001 8th Avenue SE
Minot, North Dakota 58701
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Finding Addiction Treatment Near Burlington, North Dakota
Northcentral North Dakota residents have a couple of nearby options for substance abuse treatment.
But, they will have to travel to other parts of the state or even the U.S. for more comprehensive programs that include inpatient treatment and medical detox.
If you are considering traveling for addiction treatment, be sure to view our list of the best alcohol detox centers in the US.
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