The Heartview Foundation in Bismarck, ND offers a variety of professional substance abuse treatment services for men, women, and families. They provide evaluation services to assess someone’s needs for treatment; several options for different types of treatment program formats; substance abuse education services, such as DUI classes or other community addiction education; opioid treatment programs specifically for persons who are struggling with an addiction to opioids that require medical intervention. The Heartview Foundation has two locations in North Dakota: One in Bismarck/Mandan and another center in Cando, North Dakota.
Bismarck, North Dakota 58501
About The Heartview Foundation in Bismarck, ND
Their Bismarck/Mandan location offers several types of treatment programs with one residential treatment program with 12 beds. Clients in the residential program are monitored around the clock, and all their rehab programs occur at the same location. The residential treatment program offers an outdoor serenity park and immediate access to the medical services in the adjacent building. Their clients are also permitted to go to the gym and other outside activities with a staff member. Their newly renovated facilities are cozy and modern with a home-like atmosphere.
Why the Heartview Foundation is Successful
The Heartview Foundation has been providing comprehensive substance abuse treatment services in North Dakota for over four decades. As one of the first substance abuse treatment centers in North Dakota, the Heartview Foundation delivers quality substance abuse treatment services and programs for men women and young adults. Their holistic approach to treating addiction allows them to tailor programs and therapy methods to meet the needs of the individual. Their professional staff members include numerous licensed addiction counselors, medical doctors, and psychologists who specialize in addiction treatment and recovery. Their significant staff base allows for extra support roles to give each client one on one attention.
The Heartview Foundation Philosophy
The Heartview Foundation supports the fact that alcoholism and drug addiction are chronic but treatable diseases of the mind and emotions stemming from multiple influencers. Like other chronic diseases, substance use disorder is progressive, but with symptoms that affect family members as well as the addicted person. Their treatment programs help clients address and uncover their denial about their drug and alcohol use; and to understand the problems created from their alcohol and drug use.
They teach clients how to change through identifying behaviors and ways of thinking that hold them a prisoner of addiction and or alcoholism. Along with their substantial list of treatment services, they also incorporate unique holistic therapy methods proven to help a newly recovering addict or alcoholic progress in their commitment to change. They deliver these exceptional holistic therapy groups and activities:
- Healthy lifestyle practices in yoga.
- Relaxation techniques through acupuncture
- Spiritual guidance from their chaplain (at the client’s own request)
- Creative art sessions
- Guest addiction speakers and special topic videos about addiction and recovery
- Anger management classes
- Parenting skills
- Regular trips to the outside gym facility
- Movie outings and community events
- Attend the church of your choice
- Participation in public AA or NA meetings
The Heartview Foundation employs graduate-level and above specialized staff members. They are cross-disciplinary and have years of professional experience working directly with addicts and alcoholics.
- Outpatient Treatment
- Partial Hospitalization Treatment
- Intensive Outpatient Treatment
- Low-Intensity Outpatient Treatment
- Aftercare Services
- Medication-Assisted Withdrawal/Maintenance (Buprenorphine)
- Nursing Services (Evaluation, Care, Lab Testing)
- Family Programming
- Psychological Services
- Supplementary Services
Most health insurances are accepted.
- Joint Commission (JCAHO)
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