Residential Placement

There are various residential options available across the state.

Dakota Alpha

https://www.hitinc.org/services/BrainInjury/DakotaAlpha/
Dakota Alpha is a 20 bed residential facility, licensed as a Skilled Nursing Facility, serving individuals with brain injuries or physical disabilities located in Mandan, ND. We have 9 beds licensed for individuals with brain injuries needing long-term placement and 11 beds licensed for individuals needing transitional rehab services. Transitional services mean the length of stay is limited and usually lasts between two months and two years. Dakota Alpha offers physical, occupational, and speech therapies, independent living skills training, cooking instruction, social services, recreational activities, and dietary services. We are staffed 24 hours a day by professional nursing staff. Services are provided under the supervision of a consultant medical doctor, psychologist, and other community consultants.

1303 27th Street NW
Mandan, ND 58554

Tel: 701-663-0379

Jason Garcia, VP Brain Injury Services *Referrals accepted statewide

Dakota Pointe

https://www.hitinc.org/services/BrainInjury/DakotaPointe/
Dakota Pointe is a 10 bed residential facility, licenses as a Basic Care Facility, that provides individuals who have a brain injury with a home-like atmosphere in Mandan, ND. With trained staff on duty 24 hours a day, the program is designed to provide structure and to creatively meet the needs of each individual by providing him/her the opportunity to achieve their highest level of independence. He/she will work on a variety of daily living skills which include cooking, cleaning, laundry, budgeting, personal hygiene, setting up transportation, and acquiring work or volunteer work. The individual will also work on the self-esteem and attend support groups focusing on brain injuries. Each resident has a private room and will have access to a large exercise room, activity room, and a spacious open area that includes a kitchen, dining room, and living room.

3503 43rd Street NW
Mandan, ND 58554

Tel: 701-667-4552

Jason Garcia, VP Brain Injury Services *Referrals accepted statewide

Freedom Center

https://www.mhand.org/recovery-centers/devils-lake/
The goals of the Freedom Center are to create a support system within the community, outside of treatment centers; help members meet their basic needs; provide experiences that promote feelings of self-worth, self-respect, independence, and improve the ability of the consumer to live independently in the community; reduce the incidence of inpatient hospitalization and improve the quality of life for the individual.

1124 2nd Street NE Suite 100
Devils Lake, ND 58301

Tel: 701-662-1934

Hours: Monday - Friday, 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Saturday / Sunday, 9:00 am - 4:00 pm

Coordinator: Jessica

Hi Soaring Eagle Ranch

http://www.odcvc.com/Residential_Services
Hi Soaring Eagle Ranch is an assisted living facility.

3731 117th Ave SE
Valley City, ND 58072

Tel: 866-826-8384

Executive Director, Mary Simonson *Referrals accepted statewide

HIT, Inc. Brain Injury Services – Transitional Program

https://www.hitinc.org
HIT’s Brain Injury Transitional Program provides support for adults with an organic or acquired brain injury. These supports are provided by trained staff at the individual’s home or in the community. Participation in the transitional program is unlimited as far as the duration. Individual circumstances decide what the course length and amount of support needed will be. The mission for the transitional program is to provide structured support where all persons have an opportunity to exercise decision-making capabilities and remain socially active in the community. Services for participants in the transitional program will be determined by a county case manager but may include the following: Self Care Activities, Housework, Laundry, Meal Preparation, Social, Leisure, and Community Activities including Shopping.

1007 18th Street NW
Mandan, ND 58554

Tel: 701-663-0379

Jason Garcia, VP Brain Injury Services *Primarily Bismarck and Mandan, may accept Minot and Dickinson referrals

Money Follows the Person Housing Program

http://www.ndcpd.org/mfp/
The Money Follows the Person (MFP) Housing Program helps people who are elderly or disabled access decent, safe and affordable housing.

500 University Avenue West
Minot, ND 58701

Tel: 800-233-1737 x 3405
Toll-Free: 800-233-1737
Email: cheryl.merck@minotstateu.edu

Cheryl Merck, Northwest Region Consumer Housing Resource Specialist; Shanna Hanson, Northeast Region Consumer Housing Resource Specialist; Jane Wiedewitsch, Southeast Region Consumer Housing Resource Specialist