Heritage Recovery Center

(701) 258-3819

Located in Bismarck, ND, the Heritage Recovery Center is designed to provide long-term, residential, supervised care for individuals who have long histories of chemical dependence and related problems. Our program will provide ongoing structure, supervision, and addiction and support services with the goals of:

  • Decreasing time spent in institutions
  • Decreasing the severity of the illness
  • Teaching symptoms management
  • Increasing self-esteem and satisfaction with life

Our mission is to help these individuals achieve their highest levels of independence and productivity by emphasizing the development and enhancement of work habits, leisure time activities, interpersonal relationships, socialization and other aspects of daily living.


The Heritage Recovery Center monitors residents 24 hours a day, seven days a week and has licensed addiction counselors and West Central case managers on staff.

The Center implements the following support services:

  • Addiction services
  • Treatment plans
  • Evaluations and recommendation Residents live in individualized apartments with a private bedroom, kitchen, living room, and bathroom.

They are allowed to stay up to 18 months and have:

  • Access to a common dining area and recreational room
  • Breakfast offered daily
  • Staff assistance in attaining employment and transportation
  • Periodic room checks and drug / alcohol screens


All interested applicants must apply to the West Central Human Services Center Addiction Unit. Once accepted, a trained professional will assess the applicant's interpersonal, residential and vocational skills. Counselors and case managers will collaborate and develop goals, objectives and a customized service plan with the individual.

After the residents become adjusted to a daily schedule, they are expected to find and maintain employment or volunteer work. They will be responsible for a portion of their rent and meals, as well as apartment cleaning. Residents must be involved in 40 hours each week of structured activities including work, treatment, and personal education. They are required to attend individualized or group therapy sessions and encouraged to participate in a 12-step recovery program.

Moving Forward

In the end, we hope residents leave our facility feeling in control of their addictions, and can continue to live structured lives in their own environments. For many, recovery continues throughout their lives with therapy and counseling. We wish them the best and hope they continue to strive for independence, responsibility, and sobriety.

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