Child, Adult and Family Services provides integrated behavioral health assessments, treatment, residential, aftercare, consultation and education to individuals and families experiencing personal difficulties.
Partnership Project provides holistic community based services to children with a serious emotional disorder and their families. The goal of treatment in this program is to wrap the services around the family and child so the child can remain in his or her community. Services offered include care coordination, case aide, and referral.
Developmental disabilities case management provides information, referral, and support to eligible individuals so they can access needed services and achieve agreed upon, identified outcomes.
Vocational Rehabilitation provides rehabilitation services to eligible individuals that have a physical or mental disability, which may be a barrier to employment. Services include individual guidance and counseling, vocational training, job placement, and the supported Employment Program.
Extended Care Unit provides services to individuals with a serious and persistent mental illness to prevent hospitalizations and promote community living. Services include residential services, psycho social rehabilitation, case management, and employment support services.
Emergency Services provides screening, evaluation and consultation services for adults experiencing emotional or addictive crises, and who may also be at risk for hospitalization at the State Hospital. The program provides treatment options in the community for individuals involuntarily committed who would usually go to the State Hospital. Emergency Services also provides rapid assessment for individuals or families experiencing a crisis. Emergency services can be accessed 24 hours a day by calling the Emergency Crisis Line at 701-857-8500 or 1-888-470-6968.
Aging Services provides services and assistance to older adults and people with physical disabilities. Services include health maintenance, nutrition, transportation, adult family foster care, family care or support, long term care ombudsman services, and vulnerable adult protective services.
The Center also provides consultation to the county social service offices to ensure adherence to state and federal program requirements.
Protective Services assists county social services in responding to potential, actual or alleged abuse, neglect or exploitation of children and vulnerable adults.
North Central Human Service Center is one of eight regional human service centers in ND offering comprehensive services.
To provide quality, efficient, and effective human services, which improve the lives of people.