Find a Drug and Alcohol Abuse Rehab Center in South Dakota

Many South Dakota residents know firsthand the devastating effects that drug and alcohol addiction can have on a person’s life. From broken ties with family and loved ones to the risk of overdose or other serious health complications, the negative impact of substance abuse can be overwhelming. Rehab centers offer evidence-based therapies to help individuals overcome the influence of addiction and live a productive and healthy life in sobriety.

Treatment Centers in South Dakota

Tallgrass Recovery & Sober Living Homes

Sioux Falls, SD


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Lifeways Inc

Rapid City, SD
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Carroll Institute

Sioux Falls, SD
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Glory House of Sioux Falls

Sioux Falls, SD
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    Information about rehab in South Dakota

    SD Substance Abuse Facts

    Drug and alcohol abuse continues to spread throughout our country, from large cities to small towns and everywhere in between. No state is immune from the problems substance abuse disorders create in families and in communities, including South Dakota.

    In government surveys conducted between 2014 and 2015, patterns of drug and alcohol abuse were seen across all ages and demographics:1–3

    • About 6.4% (or 4,000) of adolescents and teens between the ages of 12 and 17 reported using marijuana in the past month.
    • Approximately 10% (or 7,000) of that age group also reported using alcohol during the same time frame.
    • In South Dakotans 12 years and older, nearly 2,000 of them had used heroin in that year.
    • An estimated 403,000 South Dakota residents reported using alcohol in the past month, and 7.4% (or 51,000) of them also had an alcohol use disorder between 2014 and 2015.

    Getting Addiction Treatment Help

    When seeking help for a drug or alcohol abuse problem, it can feel overwhelming to know where to begin. Fortunately, you can search for treatment in South Dakota from this page’s directory listings. If you prefer to attend treatment outside your home town or state, you can also browse treatment listings across the country. Treatment consultants are also available to speak with by calling 1-888-744-0069 . They can provide you with options for treatment and answer questions you may have about how to get started.

    For anyone with health insurance, a call to your benefits provider can point you in the right direction by giving you a list of substance abuse treatment providers and programs that your plan will pay for.

    You may also consult with a trusted physician, therapist, or psychiatrist for a recommendation for a local substance abuse treatment provider. Additionally, community health centers often have lists of qualified providers available to the public.

    Where Else Can I Find Help?

    Even if you don’t have insurance, there are still plenty of options available for you. South Dakota Medicaid provides coverage for substance abuse treatment services to those who meet certain income requirements.

    And, though many people may not realize it, most treatment centers are very willing to work with you on payment options so you can receive the help you need. They often have sliding scale payments based on income or will allow you to make payments over an agreed-upon period of time. Also, some treatment centers offer partial or full scholarships to people who meet certain criteria.

    Local churches, nonprofits, and charitable organizations frequently have benevolence funds or grants for those in need as well, and many partner with addiction treatment centers.

    Resources in South Dakota


    1. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2017). Behavioral Health Barometer: South Dakota.
    2. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2016). State Estimates of Substance Abuse: South Dakota.
    3. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2016). Key Substance Use and Mental Health Indicators in the United States: Results from the 2015 National Survey on Drug Use and Health.
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