COVID-19 Emergency Response Suicide Prevention

Support our community during the COVID-19 pandemic in advancing efforts to prevent suicide and suicide attempts among adults 25 and older in order to reduce the overall suicide and attempts in our community many people have suffered and we had an increase in depression, anxiety, trauma, grief, isolation, loss of employment, financial stability, and other challenges within our people which lead to suicide, suicide attempts, and suicide ideation. Please reach out to any of our team members. We are a 24/7 care team..


Behavioral Health Aide (1) - Erica Greywater
Office:  701-230-4464     Cell:  701-381-8517

Behavioral Health Aide (2) -
Victims Assistance Advocate -
Nurse Care Coordinator – Jennifer Rustin
Psychiatrist -