About Northern Prairie Community Clinic
Northern Prairie Community Clinic (NPCC) unites the University of North Dakota’s former Psychological Services Center; Northern Lights Behavioral Health Center; and Speech, Language, and Hearing Clinic.
An initiative of the University of North Dakota College of Arts and Sciences and College of Education and Human Development, NPCC services the Greater Grand Forks community and state of North Dakota by offering mental health, speech-language pathology, and audiology services.
The Northern Prairie Community Clinic (NPCC) is an integrative care training clinic united through the departments of Psychology and Communication Sciences and Disorders within the College of Arts and Sciences and Counseling Psychology and Community Services within the College of Education and Human Development at the University of North Dakota. NPCC is designed to offer services to the Greater Grand Forks community while serving as a training placement for graduate students in psychology, counseling, and speech-language pathology. Additionally, licensed/licensable professionals are available to serve clients with billable insurance at near market rates. NPCC aims to serve all members of the community and North Dakota.
- To provide supervised evidence-based therapies to a broad-based population within the University and the greater Grand Forks area.
- To provide a clinical environment to advance research of treatment and assessment.
- To provide supervised training experiences that allow students to become proficient working with individuals, families, groups, and agencies.
Services at NPCC are low-cost, based on sliding fees/scholarships, and delivered in a timely manner.
Empowerment & Participation
Our clients are encouraged to participate in maintenance of a healthy lifestyle and empowered to improve their quality of life.
Every client is treated with respect and care regardless of that client’s age, sex, gender, gender identity, gender expression, culture, race, sexual orientation, physical and mental ability status, religion, spirituality, political affiliation, and ability to pay.
Social Service and Justice
All members of society with ordinary and extraordinary needs have a right to quality services.
Our students are guided by a science-based, person-centered, holistic, and culturally competent approach.