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Soul Solutions Recovery Center celebrates its 1-year anniversary

The center offers treatment to those living with addiction in the Fargo-Moorhead area.

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The Soul Solutions Recovery Center in Fargo.
Jay Dahl / WDAY
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FARGO — The Soul Solutions Recovery Center is celebrating a major milestone.

The center marked its one-year anniversary since it opened its doors to the community on Thursday, Dec. 8. Soul Solutions held a Day of Gratitude event from 5 to 7 p.m. to celebrate the anniversary.

The center provides treatment for individuals living with substance abuse disorders in the Fargo-Moorhead area and their families.

In its first year of operations, the center has assisted more than 475 individuals seeking help with addiction. It has also served more than 175 family members whose loved ones are living with addiction.

The center also features a café called Hope and Coffee that has served more than 5,000 cups of coffee to those in treatment as well as the general public.

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The center's Clinical Director Patti Senn said the milestone is exciting, but that they are looking forward to building upon their strong start in year two.

"Over the first year we've really just started to scratch the surface of what we want to provide," Senn said. "And moving forward, we really look to expand the services that we're able to offer for the community."

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