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    Center for Psychiatric Care

Welcome to Center for Psychiatric Care

Located in the Red River Valley, the Center for Psychiatric Care is an independent provider of outpatient psychiatric services in northeastern North Dakota and northwestern Minnesota. CPC is a leader in providing psychiatric and addiction care to people of all ages. We have a full staff of psychiatrists and psychotherapists here to help you with medication management and counseling needs through direct patient appointments and telemedicine services. Here are some of the services we provide:


Child & Adolescent Psychiatry (ages 4-17)

Dealing with mental health in children takes a specialized approach. The same techniques that help adults may not be the same techniques that help children. CPC has Board-Certified Child & Adolescent and General Psychiatrists on staff to help with behavioral issues, ADHD, depression, autism spectrum disorders, and other emotional or behavioral problems in children under the age of 18.

 

Adult Psychiatry (ages 18-65)

When feelings of worry, stress, sadness, or hopelessness affect your job, your relationships, and your everyday life, it’s time to seek help. The Center for Psychiatric Care offers a full staff of licensed Independent Clinical Social Workers (psychotherapists) who can help you work through problems such as depression, grief and loss, marital strife, parent-child concerns, or emotional distress. 

 

Geriatric Psychiatry (ages 66 plus)

The rate of depression in older adults is rapidly rising. So much so, that many health organizations are taking note…and taking action. The Center for Psychiatric Care in Grand Forks recently welcomed board-certified geriatric psychiatrist Dr. Bradford Frank to its staff. Dr. Frank is triple-board-certified in general psychiatry, addiction psychiatry, and geriatric psychiatry. Common depressive symptoms include: feelings of hopelessness and/or pessimism; feelings of guilt, worthlessness, and/or helplessness; irritability or restlessness; loss of interest in activities or hobbies once pleasurable; difficulty concentrating; insomnia, early-morning wakefulness, or excessive sleeping; overeating or appetite loss;  thoughts of suicide or suicide attempts; and persistent aches or pains that do not get better, even with treatment (www.CDC.gov).

 

Office Hours

Mon, Wed, Thur, Fri: 8:00am - 5:00pm Tues: 8:00am - 8pm

Quick Contact

701-732-2500 (phone)
701-732-2501 (fax)
1-877-732-2511

Find Us:

1451 44th Ave South
Unit A
Grand Forks, ND 58201