These resources are provided to assist individuals and families to access information and help for mental health issues such as suicide prevention, counseling and treatment, including substance use disorders.
You may be feeling anxious, stressed, worried, sad, depressed, lonely, or frustrated during these times. Project Renew is here to help by offering free support services to those who may be experiencing these natural feelings in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. Brief support services are free and anonymous to all.
Alcoholics Anonymous Hotline-701-330-4339
Vivitrol Injections for Alcohol Addiction-Community Health Services, Inc. 701-352-4048
Northeast Human Services Center-Call 701-795-3000 (Sliding scale for low income-evaluation, treatment, psychology and psychiatry services)
First Care Health Center-Park River, Psychology Services available at reduced cost–Call 701-284-7555
Unity Medical Center-Grafton, Psychology Services and Psychiatry Services via telemedicine–Call 701-352-2000
Pam Quinn-DUI/MIP Counseling-Grafton -701-352-9622
Veteran’s Crisis Line
Columbia-Suicide Severity Rating Scale
Community Health Services Inc.
1113 W 11th St
Grafton, ND 58237
212 South 4th Street
Grand Forks ND 58201