North Dakota tribes are asking state officials for more help and collaboration to address the opioid epidemic on reservations.
Jessica Grondahl's brother died of a fentanyl overdose on June 29, 2016. She submitted a guest column on the one-year anniversary to tell his story and encourage others to reach out to their loved ones suffering from the disease of addiction.
North Dakota has received a $2 million federal grant to boost medication-assisted treatment across the state, equip more people with a drug to reverse an overdose and provide grants to individual communities to fight opioid addiction.
You've told us that your community has the entrepreneurial spirit to embrace an entirely new, community-wide approach to solving drug and alcohol addiction, our region's top public health problem.
Gov. Doug Burgum will donate the salary he earned during his first months in office to boost addiction services in North Dakota.