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People in recovery or those in active addiction can find the holidays tough. If you are in active addiction or recovery, or have a friend or family member who is, use these tips to avoid holiday triggers.
The popular Helping Everyone Achieve Recovery Today (H.E.A.R.T.) program is making a post-COVID comeback at Heartview. The free program, which will be held every other Tuesday, 6-8 p.m., is designed for the loved ones of individuals with a substance use disorder.
Meet Benelli and her pet parent/handler, Katie! As of April, Benelli is an official employee of Heartview and spends two days at the Bismarck facilities as a therapy dog.
The Heartview Foundation Opioid Treatment Program has once again earned The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval® by demonstrating continuous compliance with its performance standards.
Heartview is thrilled to announce the grand opening of its new 16-bed residential substance abuse treatment facility in Dickinson. The organization cordially invites the community to attend an open house on July 26 between 3-7 p.m. MT at St. Joe’s Plaza (30 7th St W, 4th floor, Dickinson) to explore the beautiful new facility and learn more about Heartview’s treatment model.
Kurt Snyder, Executive Director at Heartview Foundation, is this year’s recipient of the North Dakota Association of Nonprofit Organizations’ (NDANO) Walt Odegaard Leadership Award.
Heartview, founded in 1964, is thrilled to unveil a refreshed logo just prior to the organization's 60th anniversary.
Mother's Day is a day to celebrate and honor the love, devotion, and selflessness of all mothers. However, for mothers whose children are struggling with substance abuse, this day can be particularly challenging.
If you strive to live a good life in all areas, journaling might be the next step to consider. Take a look at simple ways journaling can improve your life.