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Grand Forks

Grand Forks Residential Transitional Programs
Grand Forks Residential Transitional Programs


Centre’s residential services provide a supportive and structured living environment in which drug testing, intensive monitoring and other services are provided to adults. The transitional residential facility is staffed on a twenty-four hour a day basis. Although most residents are allowed to leave the facility for work and/or programming purposes, they must sign out and in with staff approval prior to leaving and upon return. Depending on varied referral source parameters and/or level/phase systems, residents may also sign out for other purposes.

The client’s length of time in residency varies, as each individual is unique, with special needs and circumstances. However, during their stay, residents are expected to comply with the facility rules and actively participate in recommended counseling and/or programming. Clients are ordinarily discharge upon achieving the goals of the individualized treatment plan applicable to the current level of care or upon successfully completing any court ordered sentence. Clients may be discharged at any time for violating program policies or demonstrating a lack of motivation in addressing issues.

Centre, Inc. in Grand Forks offers the following services:
  • Drug Testing (adult)
Facility Capacities:
  • Grand Forks Transition Program: 16 beds
  • Grand Forks Adult Treatment Services: 26 beds; 14 beds for those with CD (Chemical Dependency) issues and 12 for those who are the SMI (Severely Mentally Ill).


It provides gender-responsive residential transitional services for male Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation inmates that are within two (2) years of their parole eligibility date or discharge date.

The Re-entry program for DOCR probation and parole cases providing transitional residential programming.

The Re-entry program is an initiative supporting the cooperation of multiple service agencies to transition youthful and higher risk offenders from prison to their community, must be on parole status.

This Program assesses probationers under the supervision and management of the ND DOCR who would otherwise be subject to revocation of probation and incarceration and makes recommendations for programs to reduce risk to recidivate.