Free Through Recovery Provider Guide - Region 7 (Bismarck)

Medium

Each of the providers listed below offers Free Through Recovery services. This includes care coordination and recovery support services for individuals with serious behavioral health diagnoses and who are involved with the criminal justice system.

An individual being referred to Free through Recovery needs to meet the eligibility requirements of Free through Recovery ONLY, not the eligibility requirements of the provider’s already existing services.

Medium
Community Options

Community Options provides evidence-based, person-centered services to individuals and families residing in North Dakota communities.

Care coordinators will:

  • Connect you with peer supports
  • Assist you in finding and retaining employment
  • Assist you in your education goals
  • Assist you in identifying barriers and how to overcome barriers by making appropriate referrals
  • Assist in finding housing

Bismarck location 
4909 Shelburne St
Bismarck ND 58503
701-223-2417

 

Face it TOGETHER

We help addiction sufferers and their loved ones get well and stay well through peer addiction management support and care coordination. When clients step through our doors, we want them to know that they're in the right place. We assist individuals in the community connect to resources and services in the community, including housing, employment support, treatment options, and other needs to assist individuals to stay on track. Our staff are highly trained peers who have walked in your shoes. They provide practical, goal-oriented support and guide addiction sufferers and their loved ones through the wellness process. We're independent and non-judgmental and will support any path to getting well. We also connect families to resources and services in the community. We serve clients at any stage of recovery. Our care coordinators and coaches will help you find your way to wellness.

Website
303.513.9111

Warriors of the 21st Century

The Warriors Reentry Drug Program is a support program for Native American individuals who are struggling from Methamphetamine/Heroin and Opioid drugs in the community. The Reentry Program provides assistance to Native Americans who are incarcerated; on probation or parole; or, in treatment or aftercare for addiction recovery.  We help our clients by referrals for treatment, housing, and employment, helping them to restore their lives. 

521 E Main St, Civic Square Ste. 350
Bismarck ND 58501
701-421-5310

F5 Project

We don’t stop offering grace, helping people, and creating change. We’re criminal justice reform warriors  who offer grace without question & create change for those who hustle.

The formerly incarcerated and those suffering with addiction have limited resources available to them. They struggle to obtain even the simplest things due to an unfair stigma. People recently released from prison or recovery facilities don’t have a place to live or a means to communicate with people who can lift them up. They don’t have a job and often times find employment difficult if they don’t have a driver’s license or a reliable means of transportation. Felons and addicts don’t serve their sentence and “serve their time.” Their entire life is affected. People call it a ‘permanent record’ for a reason.

F5 Project cuts the red tape & eliminate barriers. We are the hands and feet on the street offering housing, resources, and a customized support plan for those who need us. Together we can make a difference! We offer help and connection through the entire state of North Dakota and in Moorhead, MN.

F5 Project - Fargo
1425 4th Ave N
Fargo, ND 58102
701-210-2491

F5 Project - Bismarck
120 N 3rd St, Suite 210
Bismarck, ND 58501
701-412-6866

F5 Project - Dickinson
40 1st Ave W, Suite 302D
Dickinson, ND 58601

Ministry on the Margins

Ministry on the Margins is a volunteer-based ecumenical ministry committed to supporting those who fall through the cracks during times of transition; especially the transition from prison to society. It offers a food pantry, clothing pantry, Prison2Society support group and Families of the Incarcerated support group.

MOTM also hosts Celebrate Recovery and is involved in ministry within the NDState Penitentiary and Dakota Womens Correctional and Rehabilitation Center.

201 N 24th St
Bismarck, ND 58501
701-426-8747

Real Church, LLC

Real Church LLC (previously Chris Chase Builders LLC) Our goal is to help our clients become independent with a support team to stand behind them. We help coordinate for housing, jobs, community support, and any other need to presents itself. We are creative thinkers and often find new ways to create solutions to issues but, also, know how to work with the community agencies for help. We are an advocate for our clients and have access to a computer to help with job searches, Medicaid applications, or applications/paperwork of any kind (SUD, etc.)

Our specialty is the recovery support aspect. We collaborate with Celebrate Recovery Bismarck by offering recovery meetings at our facility many times during the week. It is possible that we can offer rides with advance notice to recovery needs, housing, job, or other important events in an individual’s lives. We are partnering with a church plant, where we will start to offer a recovery directed church service once a week. Through this we are able to offer volunteer and mentor opportunities if the client so chooses.

We are intentional on building relationships with parole and probation and we want to follow through with Parole & Probation recommendations.

Our employees have hands on recovery experience and have skills on how to talk to people needing more recovery support in the community.

201 N 24th St
Bismarck, ND 58501
701-202-2003

NATIVE, Inc.

NATIVE, Inc. strengthens and advances Native American individuals and families by providing supportive services and resources designed to preserve culture and promote economic security since September 10, 2012. The NADC headquarters has been located in Bismarck, North Dakota since August 2014. Our services include: (1) A Prison Reentry Program called, "Akicita" stands for "Warrior" Peer Support Program. This program provides: Mentoring, Sweat Lodge, Talking Circles, Great Plains Indians Book Club and Lakota Language Classes. Our other programs are as follows: (2) "K.O.L.A." Program, a suicide prevention program for Native Youth, (3) "Tiwahe" Program, a Native family program. This provides: Positive Indian Parenting and Lakota Language Classes for Families, and, lastly, (4) North Dakota Native American Venture Fund" Program provides lending capital to Native American adults seeking consumer "credit builder" or "microenterprise" loans in order to develop or improve credit scores or to start or grow business ventures. Must be eligible to apply. 

205 N 24th St
Bismarck ND 58501
701-595-5158

All Of Us In Recovery

All Of Us In Recovery offers comprehensive Case Management that provides client support in accessing services in the community, such as behavioral healthcare, peer support, housing, medical care, advocacy, education, employment, social and spiritual opportunities to improve their lives in recovery..

218.779.6825

Amachi Mentoring

Amachi Mentoring/Midstate Volunteer Program (MVP) are community based programs working to assist to enhance people's well-being. Amachi mentoring has been matching adult mentors with children who are at risk or whose parents are incarcerated. Our goal is for these children to achieve their highest potential by engaging them in consistent and committed mentoring relationships. MVP has been in the Lake Region for over 40 years matching volunteers with the kind of service they enjoy most. We work with over non-profits to fill needs within their organizations. We have many community partners, a software program to track volunteers and host stations, and a staff that is dedicated to success for our community members.

Bismarck Location

701.662.6767

Centre, Inc.

Centre, Inc. is a private non-profit agency that provides rehabilitative services to individuals to achieve social re-integration. Centre has over 40 years of experience providing services to justice involved individuals in outpatient and residential settings. We understand the unique risks and needs of these individuals and the importance of collaboration that assists in making transitions and reintegration successful.

100 6th Ave SE
Mandan, ND 58554
701-663-8228

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Contact Information

Shae Stober
Free Through Recovery Administrator Region 2 & 7
Department of Human Services’ Behavioral Health Division
600 E Boulevard Ave Dept 325
Bismarck, ND 58505-0250
lstober@nd.gov
Office: 701.328-8908
Fax: 701.328.8979