Top 12 Alcohol & Drug Rehab Centers in Grand Forks, ND & Free Treatment Resources

 Grand Forks North Dakota Drug Alcohol Rehab
The county seat and largest community in Grand Forks County, Grand Forks is the third-largest city in North Dakota. In a 2016 Community Health Assessment conducted by Altru Health System and the Grand Forks Public Health Department, illegal drug use and prescription drug abuse among adults and teens were named the top two health concerns among Grand Forks community residents.1 Fortunately, professional help is available. There are about 10 drug and alcohol rehab centers within 10 miles of Grand Forks. If you want more options, you may need to drive a bit—you'll find over 40 facilities within 100 miles.

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Alcohol and Drug Use Statistics in Grand Forks, North Dakota

Like many cities in the United States, Grand Forks and the surrounding area have experienced increased drug use and drug-related deaths due to the opioid epidemic.

Additional information about drug and alcohol use in Grand Forks and North Dakota:1, 2, 3, 4, 5

If you are concerned about facing drug charges when helping someone who needs help due to a drug overdose, Grand Forks offers immunity to those assisting someone with a drug-related medical emergency. To qualify for immunity, you must remain on the scene and cooperate with medical professionals.

Traveling to and Within Grand Forks, North Dakota

If you are considering entering substance misuse treatment in Grand Forks, or if you want to visit someone currently in treatment, Grand Forks and the surrounding area offer several attractions that make it worth visiting:

Those considering seeking help for drug or alcohol addiction should enter treatment as soon as possible and evaluate their treatment options thoroughly. No one treatment program is best for everyone, and an accredited treatment center should be able to work with you to develop an individualized program that meets your needs. Whether you are seeking an inpatient rehab program, an outpatient program, a detox program, or need free substance misuse treatment, an addiction counselor can help you find the right rehab center in Grand Forks.


  1. North Dakota Department of Human Services. (2017). Substance Use in North Dakota Databook 2017.
  2. Hjelmstad, G. (2022, October 21). Overdose deaths in Grand Forks doubled, up 130% in Fargo. Valley News Live.
  3. City of Grand Forks. (n.d.). Drug Concerns, Warning Signs, and Immunity Laws.
  4. University of North Dakoa. (n.d.). Prescription and Synthetic Drug Use and Abuse: A Collaborative Analysis to the Magnitude of the Problem in Grand Forks County, North Dakota and Polk County, Minnesota.
  5. North Dakota Department of Health. (2018, February). Grand Forks County Community Health Profile.