4227 9th Avenue SouthShareHousePhoto
Fargo, ND 58103

ShareHouse is an adult residential center serving men and women needing intensive treatment for substance abuse. An individualized program is created for each resident, based on their needs.


Levels of programming include:

High Intensity – (ASAM Level III.5)
This Residential Treatment program, which includes residential stay and a minimum of 30 hours per week of programming, is a daily structured schedule that offers individualized treatment programming and involvement in Twelve Step recovery groups.

A variety of groups are offered to provide a comprehensive approach to recovery including: anger management, cognitive restructuring, spiritual healing, living skills, gender group, mental health awareness, smoking cessation, and family programming. Individualized treatment plans are developed to address goals and objectives to support the client’s recovery.

Residential – (ASAM Level III.1)

This 24 hour staffed residential facility includes a weekly schedule of 5 hours of programming and provides daily therapeutic community meetings, random BA’s and UA’s in a structured living environment. A variety of groups are available to individualize a client’s recovery goals.

Extended Treatment – (ASAM Level II.5)
This Day Treatment program (which includes a minimum of 15 hours of programming) is a customized treatment plan that combines Spirit, Outpatient and Relapse Prevention. This program allows flexibility for the client to work and continue living in a supportive/structured living environment or to move back to their respective home and complete their treatment as an out patient.

Dual Diagnosis – (ASAM Level II.5)
This dynamic group (which includes a minimum of 15 hours of programming) addresses clients experiencing both chemical dependency and mental health issues. This group focuses on helping people develop life management skills to cope with their anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress, bipolar, grief and loss, and personality disorders.

This group provides a continuance of care for individuals to discuss their chemical dependency and mental health problems that occur following primary treatment.

Recovery Enhancement Group – (ASAM Level I)
This is a program (which includes a minimum of 5 hours of programming) with the goal “To build an effective plan and skills to prevent relapse by identifying, analyzing, and learning to manage relapse triggers”. Individuals who have experienced multiple treatment episodes will benefit from this program.

Continuing Care – (ASAM Level I)
This is a program (which includes a minimum of 1 hour of programming) for clients who have completed a primary treatment and are in need of an aftercare program. This is for an individual that is starting to live their life without mood-altering substances. Group “check-in’s” center around how the client is coping with work, school, and relationships. This group also addresses how the client is applying the coping skills that were learned in primary treatment, processing relapse issues and discussing AA/NA attendance and sponsorship. The group is an open discussion pertaining to lifestyle changes related to recovery.

All participants are required to attend all sessions and pass the final test with at least a score o f 70%. The seminar is offered monthly, Monday through Thursday, 5:30-9:30 pm. Fees are competitively priced and scheduled for the convenience of the participants.

Grief Recovery Group
This group is designed to help individuals address unresolved, loss/grief issues while in treatment. Participants are referred by counselors and depending on a resident’s schedule or situation, the courses are offered either for group setting or individual sessions. The group is 1.5 hours in length, twice each week, for a period of 6 weeks, and includes individual sessions.

Gender Specific Programming:

  • The Next Step  
  • This is a trauma informed men’s group based on the Helping Men Recover Curriculum created by Dan Griffin, Dr. Stephanie S. Covington, and Rick Dauer. This program uses psychoeducational and cognitive behavioral techniques to help men work through four of the most necessary areas for growth and healing.
  • WE – Women’s Empowerment
    The group uses the psychoeducational and cognitive behavioral techniques developed by Dr. Stephanie S. Covington and focuses on a strength based approach for women experiencing childhood abuse, rape, battering, and other forms of interpersonal violence. This closed group meets twice a week for 1.5 hours for 6 weeks with concurrent individual sessions.