Williston Grant Programs

NDAD contracts with the State of North Dakota to provide the following specialized services to clients of Northwest Human Service Center:

Crisis Residential

NDAD, under contract with Northwest Human Service Center, provides short-term crisis stabilization for people with a serious mental illness, chemical dependency issues, or both, who live independently and are experiencing relapse symptoms that do not require hospitalization or need additional stabilization time following a hospitalization.

The client is able to stay in a safe, supportive environment where basic needs are met.
 

Transitional Residential

Under contract with Northwest Human Service Center, NDAD provides longer-term housing for people with a serious mental illness, chemical dependency issues, or both.

Clients are able to stay in a safe, supportive environment where basic needs are met.
 

Missouri View Heights

Missouri View Heights (MVH) is a HUD 811-funded eight-plex for people with serious mental illness who are in need of supportive services.

This project is a joint effort between Community Action Partnership, Northwest Human Service Center and NDAD. NDAD, under contract with Northwest Human Service Center, provides supportive services to the residents at Missouri View Heights.
 

Independent Living & Medication Monitoring

The Independent Living Program and Medication Monitoring is for seriously mentally ill or dually diagnosed (mentally ill and chemically dependent) clients.
 
Independent Living counselors work with clients in their homes to provide training for independent living skills. Training in areas of personal hygiene, problem solving (systematically attacking a problem and arriving at a solution), stress management, socialization, interpersonal relationships, house and apartment hunting, transportation for errands and appointments, cooking, cleaning, advocacy and referral are offered, among others.
 
The Medication Monitoring program brings medication to the client seven days a week. This is for clients who either take medications by court order, are not willing to take medications, or forget to take them.
 
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For more information about the Williston Grant Programs, call (877) 777-NDAD (-6323), (701) 774-0741, or email pporthen@ndad.org
  
    
 

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