Mental Health Services (Disaster Grant Program)

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Natural disasters can have long-term behavioral health effects. These effects can include an increase in substance misuse, stress, anxiety, depression, and other mental health symptoms. The addition of stress related to the 2019 floods is likely to exasperate or worsen existing behavioral health needs.  

The North Dakota Department of Human Services’ Behavioral Health Division (BHD) was awarded a federal grant from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMSHA) to implement the Disaster Response State Grant Program. 

The Disaster Response Grant provides mental health and addiction services to individuals impacted by the 2019 floods.  To qualify for services through the grant, individuals must be:

  1. ND resident and resided in one of the 29 identified counties during the 2019 floods, 
    • McKenzie, Mountrail, Adams, Hettinger, Grant, Morton, Emmons, McIntosh, Dickey, Sargent, Richland, Ransom, LaMoure, Logan, Kidder, Stutsman, Barnes, Cass, Traill, Steele, Griggs, Foster, Eddy, Wells, Sheridan, Nelson, Grand Forks, Welsh, and Pembina.
  2. 18 years of age or older, 
  3. Living with a behavioral health condition, and
  4. Meets one of the following income eligibility criteria:
    • Not covered by public or commercial health insurance programs,
    • Health insurance has been formally determined to be unaffordable, or
    • Current health insurance plan does not sufficiently cover medically necessary behavioral health services.
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Mental Health Provider Resources

To become a provider, please complete the following steps:

  1. Review and complete Provider Application
  2. Review required data-collection resources

The Monthly Report will be completed by provider each month. More information will be provided after provider is approved.

Mental Health Services

Catholic Charities ND – Fargo, Bismarck, Minot
701.235.4457
Individual Therapy

Rebecca Kopp Dunham PLLC – Fargo
701.404.0997
Individual Therapy

Addiction Provider Resources

To become a provider, please complete the following steps:

  1. Review and complete Provider Application
    - Review Provider Guidance
  2. Review GPRA training video
    - To access training video, please contact SPARS-Support@rti.org to sign up for access
  1. Review GPRA Frequently Asked Questions

The GPRA Service Tool for Adult Programs must be completed for each individual accessing services.  Providers will have technical assistance to assist with completing the tool. The Service Tool will be completed at the initial intake assessment, 6 months and 12 months.  

The Monthly Report will be completed by provider each month. More information will be provided after provider is approved.

The Substance Use Invoice will be completed for each participant.

Addiction Services
  • HeartviewFoundation 
    • 701-222-0386 or 1-800-337-3160
    • Website
  • Sharehouse, Inc.
    • 877-419-2533 or after hours: 701-354-3716
    • Website
  • Life Transformations
    • 855-489-3619 or 701-640-8915
    • Website
Outreach and Engagement Funding Opportunity

Download the Invitation to Apply here.

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Please contact the Behavioral Health Division at 701.328.8920 or mhgrant@nd.gov if you have questions.

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Map of Counties Affected by 2019 Flooding Disaster

County affected map