N.D. State Hospital to stop treating teenagers
JAMESTOWN, N.D. - The North Dakota State Hospital is getting out of the business of treating teens.
Adolescents with psychological and/or drug or alcohol addiction issues will now be treated at private facilities around the state, such as Prairie St. Johns in Fargo, or the Stadter Center in Grand Forks, Superintendent Alex Schweitzer said Monday.
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