Mission : Staff : FAQ's
Who does The Stadter Center provide services to?
We provide mental health services to children, adolescents (ages 13-18) and adults (ages 18 and over). We provide chemical dependency and dual diagnosis treatment to adolescents (ages 13-18) and adults (ages 18 and over), including inpatient hospitalization, residential treatment and partial hospitalization (day treatment).
Who can refer a patient to The Stadter Center?
Anyone can refer a person to The Stadter Center, including family member, therapist, doctor, friend, teacher/school administrator and clergy. Click here
for information on how to contact us.
How many psychiatrists are on staff?
We have 6 primary psychiatrists who provide care to patients.
What methods of payment does The Stadter Center accept?
We accept any health insurance plan, including Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Medicare, Medicaid and self-pay.
Does The Stadter Center provide schooling to school-age patients?
Yes, the Grand Forks Public School District provides academic programming to all school-age patients. A licensed teacher and paraprofessional in classrooms in the hospital teach classes.
Are the different populations separated?
Yes. Child, adolescent, and adult areas are independent of each other and are separated by locked doors.
How often is staff with the patients?
Our staff is with patients 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
Who is allowed to visit patients besides family members?
Generally, a patient's clergy and therapist are permitted to visit. Other people may be allowed to visit if approved within a patient's treatment plan.
Can a patient leave the hospital during his/her stay?
Yes, a patient may receive a pass to leave the hospital for a short period of time if approved to do so within the patient's treatment plan.