Types of Drug and Alcohol Treatment Programs in South Dakota
The population of South Dakota is 752,082. There are a number of different substances abused in South Dakota, but the most common are: alcohol, cocaine, marijuana, heroin, meth, dilaudid, oxycontin, molly, ghb, ritalin, restoril, and suboxone. In cities across the state of South Dakota, addicts and families of addicts alike experience the tragic consequences of addictive drug use. The state of South Dakota is no exception to the pain and suffering that substance abuse brings to people and communities.
With ready access to drugs like cocaine, marijuana, heroin, and meth and other addictive substances in the South Dakota community, there are problems of addiction in the area. Fortunately, there are also 86 drug and alcohol rehabs that serve the South Dakota area.
Alcohol and Drug Treatment Service Settings and Treatment Approaches in South Dakota
There are outpatient hospital programs, short term drug abuse treatment, inpatient drug rehab programs, detox programs, long term drug addiction treatment and other options. These drug and alcohol rehab facilities in South Dakota provide multiple different types of treatment such as group therapy, behavior modification, trauma therapy, rational emotive behavioral therapy, cognitive/behavior therapy, substance abuse counseling approach and more.
Special Programs for Alcohol and Drug Treatment and Forms of Payment Accepted in South Dakota
Because addiction treatment is not a "one size fits all situation", facilities in South Dakota offer special programs for persons with post-traumatic stress disorder, self-help groups, clients referred from the court/judicial system, aftercare/continuing care, active duty military, seniors or older adults, and others. Drug and alcohol treatment can be paid for in several different ways: private pay, private medical insurance, sliding fee scale, military insurance, state education funds, county or local government funds and other methods of payment in the listings below that service the South Dakota area.
If you are addicted to drugs and/or alcohol and live in South Dakota, get the help that you need now, it is available to you.