BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - A Bismarck-based addiction treatment facility is expanding to northeastern North Dakota.
The Heartview Foundation plans to open a facility near Cando by January 2016, offering 16 beds for patients with substance abuse problems. It will be in the old Center for Solutions building, which closed in 2011.
Heartview Executive Director Kurt Snyder says the state’s booming population and a rise in drug overdose deaths nationwide has led to an increased demand for substance abuse services.
Heartview has served more than 26,000 patients in its 50-year history in Bismarck.
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