There are currently 36,567 people living in Minot, North Dakota.
As of 2000, there are 3,110 married couples in Minot.
There are 1,333 single parent families in Minot, ND.
There are 4,443 families with children living in Minot.
Education Data, Minot, ND.
In Minot, there are 23,390 individuals with some type of education.
Out of those people, 6,509 have graduated highschool, 8,038 have completed some college, and 5,631 have a bachelor degree or higher.
Income Data, Minot
The average family income in Minot, ND. is $42,813.
There are 4,535 people living in poverty in Minot.
7,704 people in Minot, North Dakota own their own homes.
5,678 people currently rent in Minot.
The average rent in Minot is $405.
Treatment Service Definitions
Treatment Services for Pregnant Women - Minot, North Dakota
Treatment services for pregnant women provide information on drug and alcohol treatment options for women who are expecting a child. While the drug and alcohol treatment methods are the same for pregnant women as other individuals, the facility they attend must be able to provide the additional requirements that are necessary to handle pregnant women dealing with a drug or alcohol addiction.
Drug and Alcohol Treatment Services for Men - Minot, North Dakota
Treatment services that specialize in Drug Rehab or Alcohol Rehabilitation for men can provide treatment option that have tailored programs fit to men's lifestyles. These programs may have specific activities, classes and programs, counselors and other options that are designed to deal specifically with men suffering from drug and/or alcohol addiction. If you have an intervention planned to get the individual into a drug or alcohol rehab, let the interventionist or registered addiction specialist know that you are looking for this type of treatment facility.
Alcohol Treatment Services for DUI/DWI Offenders - Minot, North Dakota
Treatment Services for DUI/DWI offenders can provide specialized treatment services for an individual with this problem. Many DUI/DWI offenders are facing legal consequences because their abuse of Alcohol and treatment services that deal specifically with these cases will take that into account and provide additional options. Treatment can be done at a residential alcohol rehab or at an outpatient alcohol rehabilitation program. If you are having an intervention done prior to the individual going into treatment, let the interventionist or alcohol addiction counselor know beforehand so they can take into account any possible legal issues that a DUI/DWI offender may be experiencing.