Adolescent Addiction Recovery Care
Addiction Recovery program provides care for youth ages 12 to 17 who have substance abuse issues and co-occurring disorders. We provide residential and after-school programs for youth struggling with addiction.
The youth in these programs receive education and build positive coping skills for life. Families are welcome and encouraged to be involved. The counselors at WellFully are dedicated to giving families the tools to help their youth succeed.
Our Addiction programs are accredited by the South Dakota Division of Alcohol & Drug Abuse and licensed by the South Dakota Department of Health.
After-school Addiction Recovery
Intensive Out-Patient – An after-school program dedicated to helping youth recover from the destructive effects of substance abuse and related problems. This program meets 4 days a week for 6 weeks.
Continued Care – An after-school program dedicated to helping youth with early recovery teaching them the skills and resources available to live a healthy sober life. This program meets once a week for 26 weeks. We are currently expanding this program to mobile! Look for us in a community near you!
Addiction Recovery Services Include
Individual Assessments – one on one counseling available in Rapid City, Pine Ridge, and by request
Continued Care – After-school program once a week for 26 weeks. • Intensive Out-Patient – After-school program four days per week for 6 weeks
Residential Care – 24/7 treatment program with counseling & educational support
The ADDICTION RECOVERY programs accept Medicaid funds and private pay funds for payment. ***All private pay payments require a 50% deposit.
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.
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%