What treatment options are available in South Dakota?

In South Dakota, you can get treatment for specific addictions like alcohol, opioids, tobacco, and other substances. Other treatment options you can get in these facilities include inpatient treatment, detox, 12- step programs, and behavioral therapy. 

Here are some of those treatment facilities you can find in South Dakota:

Rehab centers for Opioid addiction in South Dakota

  • Keystone Treatment Center
  • Sioux Falls Treatment Center

  • Counseling services

  • Choices Recovery services

  • South Dakota Urban Indian health

Rehab centers for alcohol addiction in South Dakota

  • Compass Point 
  • Carroll Institute 

  • Capital Area Counselling Institute 

  • Keystone Treatment Center

  • Bartels Counseling Services

Rehab centers with detox treatment for adolescents in South Dakota

  • Glory House of Sioux Falls 
  • Avera Saint Lukes

  • Community Counseling services

  • Carroll Institute 

  • Dakota Drug and alcohol prevention Inc

  • Fort Thompson  Service unit

  • Capital Area Counseling Services

How do I pay for rehab in South Dakota?

Most rehab centers in South Dakota accept self-pay and other forms of payment like health insurance. If you don’t qualify for public health insurance like Medicare or Medicaid, then you should consider private health insurance to cover your treatment costs. 

You can also find rehab centers that offer payment plans like monthly installments to increase access to their services regardless of their ability to pay for rehab. 

Thanks to state funding, there are some treatment facilities that offer low-cost healthcare services so you can manage your addiction. With crowdfunding options like GoFundMe available, you can get financial help to access rehab treatment.

Government assistance for addiction treatment in South Dakota

The South Dakota Department of Health offers various programs and derives to help reduce drug and alcohol addiction in the state. They have a tobacco prevention and control program to help current smokers quit and reduce nonsmokers' exposure to secondhand smoke. 

For more help with locating treatment centers and talking to a trained professional, you can contact the department at 605-773-3361