Located in Fargo, North Dakota, Pathways offers a variety of addiction treatment options including Drug Addiction and Alcohol Addiction and accepts the following accepted insurances: Most Insurances. Drug and alcohol addiction is a very serious matter and the concept of addiction should never be taken lightly. At Pathways, their main goal is to treat those that struggle with chronic substance abuse through innovative treatment methods and high-quality care.
Promising a unique approach to addiction treatment through drug and alcohol abuse programs in Fargo, North Dakota, Pathways places a strong emphasis on certain suggested treatment approaches that cater specifically to the unique needs of their patients.
Such treatment approaches that Pathways offers may include: Personalized Treatment Plan. Addiction treatment services are available to 18+ and certain insurances are accepted, which include: Most Insurances. Get started on embarking upon your journey of recovery by contacting Pathways from their website at pathwayshealth.org.
I would absolutely recommend Pathways to any addict or alcoholic that SERIOUSLY wants recovery.
I absolutely love the people there. They really care and get to the heart of the problem and individually customize a treatment plan just for your loved one. Stay strong!
A very friendly and welcoming environment. Perfect place to get clean.
My grandson lives up around this area, so when it came time to finally get him to a rehab we chose this facility. When speaking on the phone they were able to answer all of our questions, and were open to the requests we had too. Very positive experience working with pathways.
Had really positive experience here. The people are really great to relate to and I never felt anything but care from them. Thanks guys!
Feeling good, ever since I've finished my stay here. Still taking it one day at a time, but the tools I've received from the guys here have been amazing. Very grateful.
The staff at Pathways pleasure to deal with and their treatment methods are very effective.
This place is fully staffed. Able to get me in for a consultation right away.
Friendly, opinionated, divided. Many very friendly people if your involved and assimilated to "Liberal Standards". Yes! very "Friendly" people: smile> agree> move on. I can confidently say the campus is absolutely beautiful, the Residents Hall and other on campus cafeterias are wonderful and serve a wide diversity of food. buildings are fairly modern. From my understanding most of the students I know move off campus due the disliking of the RHA and rising fees. During the day it is a wonderful place to be if your in a 3 layer coat and gloves. I personally love the fact that "one" of the many bus stops protects you from the cold down at Memorial Union. I question the resource management, it seems that building infrastructure is NDSU's current goal. Be dazzled by the mighty Fargo Dome nearby, just be prepared for the traffic. Feel safe with the Campus police phone stations for anonymous tips and violence reports. But remember to keep your pepper spray on hand "I'm joking, its against regulations, but a 3 inch blade it permitted". in all honesty just don't leave after dark. Enjoy the ease of access to Happy Harry's as it is a short drive from main campus and within walking distance. If you don't mind Phishing schemes in your email inbox or 4+ daily emails from a notification service that is not optional about irrelevant programs and events you may are may not be interested in your in good hands. If you go through the hour long process to have it removed from the list due to data consumption on your phone, look forward to it again a semester later. If you intent to enroll I heavily advise having a car so if your hit by a drunk driver during the day you still have a chance to survive. Other than the mentioned flaws they have okay classes and nice looking buildings.
Don't have one. Don't want one. As far as experience's go. But do treat them nice please.
It's my dad's Alma mater. He graduated in 1956 and went on to be Head of Biochemistry at Purdue and UC Davis. He would talk about how great the school was back then... he would have been pleased to hear these great things about the school. Go Bizon!
Better then jail. Right?
I enjoyed my time at NDSU. Probably would have enjoyed it more if I had lived on campus in the dorms.
Great coworkers & overall a pleasant place to work. Wages for a custodian could be a bit higher, yet the benefits are excellent. A few of the supervisors are difficult to work under & could use training in professionalism.
Good university with lot of research work going on. The campus is big. Some departments still have old tech and need to upgrade their computers. The new stem building is a great addition to the university.