There is one drug and alcohol addiction treatment center within three miles of West Fargo, North Dakota.
Substance use disorder treatment is available in an outpatient program or inpatient treatment.
Partial hospitalization is also available.
For more treatment options, be sure to view our list of the best alcohol and drug detox centers in North Dakota.
Rehab Center Near West Fargo, North Dakota
Share House – Fargo, North Dakota
This drug and alcohol addiction treatment facility offers chemical dependency evaluations and a variety of levels of treatment.
Available options for substance abuse treatment include:
- gender-specific support groups
- residential services
- intensive outpatient programs (IOP)
- outpatient treatment
- partial hospitalization programs (PHP)
Location and contact information:
505 40th St.
Fargo, ND 58103
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Finding West Fargo Substance Abuse Treatment Centers
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- North Dakota Behavioral Health - Understanding Addiction
- U.S. National Library of Medicine - The Women's Recovery Group Study: A Stage I Trial of Women-Focused Group Therapy for Substance Use Disorders Versus Mixed-Gender Group Drug Counseling