I need help with addiction

Whether you’re seeking addiction recovery for yourself or for someone you care about, local resources are available. Maybe this is the first time you’ve turned toward recovery. Maybe you’ve tried and failed before. But no matter anyone’s history, all are welcome here. And the communities of South Dakota are here, too, to root for you.

Call 1-800-920-4343 for help now or text “ONMETH” to 898211

Community of support

No one is alone during a meth crisis, especially when you’ve got the whole state of South Dakota supporting you. Here you’ll find a directory of resources from recovery groups to treatment services to get you or someone you love the professional support they need.

Find a treatment facility near you

It’s difficult to seek help. The treatment services locator can help you find treatment facilities specializing in substance use disorders. The locator is confidential and provided by the South Dakota Department of Social Services.

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Resources toward recovery

Treatment Services

  • Care Coordination

    Care Coordination is a FREE, confidential service for South Dakotans dealing with addiction – including family members or friends. A Care Coordinator partners with you and your support team to develop an individualized recovery plan. The service offers continual support and guidance throughout the entire recovery process.

  • Behavioral Health Treatment Services Locator

    Find a care and treatment facility in your area. This directory provides location and contact information for the following services:

    • Substance use
    • Mental health
    • Health care centers
    • Buprenorphine practitioners
    • Veterans affairs

    Provided by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration (SAMHSA) and run by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

  • Intensive Methamphetamine Treatment Services Brochure [PDF]

    Long-term, evidence-based treatment is available for people with severe methamphetamine use disorders. This brochure provides an overview of:

    • Treatment provider locations
    • How services are funded
    • Steps for getting help
    • What to expect from treatment

  • Substance Use Disorder Treatment Agencies and Services [PDF]

    Get connected with behavioral health services in your county. South Dakota’s Department of Social Services provides contact information for substance use disorder treatment facilities across the state.

Recovery Groups

  • Face It TOGETHER

    One-on-one peer coaching and tools to manage drug and alcohol addiction as well as coaching services to better support your loved one through their recovery journey.

  • SMART Recovery Local Meetings

    Meeting locator for those suffering from substance addictions and activity addictions. No cost to attend. You can simply show up.

  • South Dakota Region Narcotics Anonymous

    A nonprofit support group of men and women for whom drugs have become a major problem. NA uses a traditional 12-step model.

  • AI-Anon

    A worldwide support group that offers a program of recovery for the families and friends of alcoholics, whether or not the alcoholic recognizes the existence of a drinking problem or seeks help.

  • Area 63 Alcoholics Anonymous

    Locator for Alcoholics Anonymous meetings in South Dakota.