Keystone has a Native American program that addresses the traditional values of the Native American patient We recognize the uniqueness of the Native American patient and are sensitive to the culture in the treatment process. Our staff includes Native American counselors as well as Native American Cultural and Spiritual advisors.
Without question, one of the most stressful careers in the world is in the field of law enforcement and public safety. As a result of the stress these individuals are under, they may turn to drugs or alcohol as a way to cope with all of the tragedy and suffering that they are forced to witness everyday just doing their jobs. Keystone Treatment Center has a special treatment track for these public servants where they are treated with special care, concern and the respect that they are entitled to for the sacrifices they have made for general public welfare.
Our residential gambling treatment is provided for those patients age 18 and over. We have Nationally Certified Gambling Counselors on staff that assess each patient and develop an individualized treatment plan to address the problems associated with gambling addiction.
Carol Regier is the Executive Director of Keystone Treatment Center in Canton, South Dakota. She has been with Keystone since it’s beginning in 1973. Carol has been involved in many aspects of the field of chemical dependency, from her first position as a staff nurse to her current position of Executive Director. Carol is very passionate for those afflicted with addictions and their families.More
Dr. Regier is the Medical Director of Keystone Treatment Center in Canton, SD. He has been with Keystone since its beginning in 1973. Dr. Regier was also in private practice in Canton for thirty years. He is also currently the Medical Director at the state penitentiary.More
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