On October 21, 2021, the North Dakota Department of Human Services’ (DHS) Behavioral Health Division announced that it is seeking existing recovery home providers to participate in a new Recovery Housing Program. The program is designed to provide up to 12 weeks of temporary housing for adult state residents who want to begin addiction treatment or sustain their recovery from addiction in a safe and stable living environment. DHS estimates that to 300 individuals will be served through this program through June 30, 2023. Currently the state does not reimburse for recovery housing for low-income adult state residents in . . .
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