Abound Counseling brings quality, affordable behavioral health services to people in communities across North Dakota through a therapy network that matches experienced therapists with individuals and families who seek care.
Abound Counseling accepts most major insurances.
Telehealth services can be provided to any site in ND that can support a HIPAA-compliant computer link provided by LSSND.
Violence Free holds domestic violence batterers accountable by providing a group treatment opportunity for them to change their belief systems related to safety and respect in their significant partner relationships.
People referred to Violence Free go through a clinical interview and are required to fill out questionnaires dealing with intimate partner violence or their use of anger. The evaluator reviews the results and sends an evaluation to the referring agency with recommendations for the type of treatment.
Violence Free is the only program in the South Central Region that meets the North Dakota Batterer Treatment Standards.
Lutheran Social Services of North Dakota's Gambler's Choice is a program that is dedicated to helping those who struggle with gambling addictions to heal, while also promoting awareness and education about the issue.
IN-HOME FAMILY COUNSELING
Counselors work to strengthen families of at-risk youth by helping them find ways to work through crisis situations and become self sufficient in handling future challenges.
The program offers an alternative solution to the out-of-home placement of at-risk children and adolescents. Counselors work to strengthen families by helping them find ways to work through crisis situations and become self sufficient in handling future challenges.
A counseling program specifically tailored to farmers and ranchers.
Available in-person or via tele-health services.
DIVERT counsels families in Ramsey, Walsh, Nelson, and Grand Forks, McKenzie, Dunn, Billings, Stark, Hettinger counties with at-risk youth (ages 6-17) to prevent court involvement and keep families together while helping the youth develop skills and healthy activities.
Early intervention and family involvement are key components to Lutheran Social Services DIVERT (Discovering Integrating Voluntary Effective Resolutions Together).
Luther Hall is a licensed psychiatric residential treatment facility that serves youth ages 10 to 17 who have been diagnosed with a psychiatric condition and need residential-level care and treatment to heal.
Clients of Luther Hall receive individualized treatment services within our medical model. While clients work on their own treatment goals, they also participate in milieu groups that challenge their thinking and teach positive decision making, social skills and coping skills. Our program allows the time and environment for youth to heal and work towards improved family relationships. We believe each resident and family to be unique and provide the necessary programming to meet those needs.