WellFully is One of a Kind
WellFully is the only residential group care home and residential addiction recovery program for adolescents in Western South Dakota.
Without WellFully, thousands of adolescents would become responsibilities of the state and likely become numbers in the justice system, reducing their chances of recovery and becoming contributing adults.
With our new Premier Adolescent Care Center, which we will be breaking ground for on August 1st, WellFully will be able to impact over 900 adolescents per year, triple our current capacity, and offer a complete continuum of care to hundreds of adolescents every year. Learn more!
WellFully is here to help all boys and girls, ages 10 to 17 rise from whatever low place they find themselves. Whether it’s suffering the affects of addiction, adjusting to the challenges of behavioral health issues, or just feeling alone, our goal at WellFully is to help them to move to a place where they are well… FULLY WELL!
WellFully is more than just our programs, it’s a healthy philosophy – we help youth build strong hearts, minds & bodies!
How can you help WellFully serve more youth in our beautiful new building?
By contributing a monthly gift. For less than $1.00 a day, you can help WellFully serve over 900 kids in our Black Hills community.
To make a gift, please select your level to the right, click subscribe. To pay with credit or debit card, there is a small link on the subscribe page below the Log-in Button on the bottom right. If you have any questions or need assistance with your monthly gift, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 718-4870.
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Our youth – WellFully served
- Youth from Pennington County 78%
- Youth at Wellfully that are elgible for Medicaid 92%
- Youth in Wellfully’s residential programs that have been abused and neglected 74%
WellFully’s programs and services are accredited by Joint Commission and the South Dakota Division of Behavioral Health. We are licensed by the South Dakota Department of Social Services and the South Dakota Department of Health.