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  • Where to get help

Alcohol and Other Drugs

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  • Where to get help

    In case of emergency, dial 911.

    Where to get help at MSUM
    Hendrix Health Center
    Carol Grimm, Director
    Located on 9th Avenue, next to Parking Lot C
    (218) 477-2211

    Counseling & Personal Growth Center
    Cliff Schuette, Director
    Located in Bridges Hall 260
    (218) 477-2227

    Campus Security
    Michael Parks, Director
    Located at 9th Avenue and 14th Street South
    (218) 477-2449

    Fargo-Moorhead Community Resources For Drug and Alcohol Abuse

    Drake Counseling Services
    1202 23rd St. S.
    Fargo, ND
    (701) 293-5429
    (800) 293-1833
    Outpatient Treatment for Adults and Adolescents, Evaluations

    First Step Recovery
    409 7th St. S.
    Fargo, ND
    (701) 293-3384
    Adult and Adolescent Treatment Services,Evaluations

    ShareHouse
    4227 9th Ave. S.
    Fargo, ND 58103
    (701) 282-6561
    (877) 294-6561
    Chemical Dependency Treatment Programs for Adults and Adolescents, DUI Seminars, Evaluations

    MeritCare Chemical
    Dependency Services
    1720 University Dr. S.
    Fargo, ND
    (701) 461-5300

    Prairie St. John’s
    510 4th St. S.
    Fargo, ND 58103
    (701) 476-7216
    (877) 333-9565
    Chemical Dependency Treatment for Adults and Adolescents Needs Assessment and Referral Center 24/7

    Alcoholics Anoymous meetings in the Fargo-Moorhead Area:

    www.sharehouse.org
    www.theagapecenter.com
    Fargo Clubhouse - 701.232.9930

    Acute Alcohol Poisoning

    If someone under the influence of alcohol exhibits ONE or more of these behaviors…
    Call 911!
    • Repeated vomiting;
    • Mental confusion or stupor;
    • Unconscious, "passed out" or semi-conscious and cannot be awakened;
    • Vomiting while "sleeping" or passed out; not waking up after vomiting;
    • Seizures;
    • Slow or irregular breathing;
    • Cold, clammy, pale or bluish skin.
    Do not leave the person alone.
    A person who has passed out may die. Turn the person on her/his side to prevent choking in case of vomiting.