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Substance Use Disorder Services

The Division of Behavioral Health accredits and contracts with substance use disorder treatment agencies across the state to provide quality services to both adults and youth. Services include: screenings and assessments, early intervention, detoxification, outpatient and residential treatment services. Funding assistance may be available, contact your local treatment agency for more information.

To identify a treatment provider in your area click here or visit or online treatment locators to identify a treatment provider in your area. You may also call SAMHSA's National Helpline (also known as Treatment Referral Routing Services): 1.800.662.HELP (4357) or TTY: 1.800.487.4889.

Data and Outcomes for Publicly Funded Behavioral Health Services

The Division of Behavioral Health collects data and outcomes pertaining to publicly funded behavioral health services and compiles this information on an annual basis. Please click the links below to view the FY20 State Profile and Executive Summary. You may also view agency level data and outcomes here.

FY20 State Profile
FY20 Executive Summary

Intensive Methamphetamine Treatment Information:

Intensive Methamphetamine Treatment (IMT) services offer long-term, evidence-based programming to individuals with severe methamphetamine use disorders. Individuals receiving IMT services require extended treatment to allow for recovery of cognitive capacity as well as on-going case management. Treatment may include residential services, outpatient treatment and care coordination to support long-term recovery.

  • For more information, click here or, contact the Division of Behavioral Health at 605.367.5236 or email questions to
  • For additional resources on how to get involved please visit the Meth Prevention website.

South Dakota Opioid Information:

The Department of Social Services, through the support of two Federal grants, has been working collaboratively with the Department of Health as well as the South Dakota Opioid Abuse Advisory Committee to educate and raise awareness regarding opioids misuse and abuse. For more information please visit the Avoid Opioid Website.

For more information, please contact the Division of Behavioral Health at 605.367.5236 or email questions to

DUI Classes

If you are looking for DUI classes in your area, please contact the local circuit court for dates, time, and locations. Contact information can be found by clicking here.

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