Community Behavioral Health

Council of Substance Abuse Directors

The Council’s membership consists of 14 community-based chemical dependency/addiction treatment services providers. Acting together, in partnership with the State of South Dakota, CSAD represents a virtual statewide system of coordinated care. This group represents the “front-line” or initial point of contact for most persons in the state who seek comprehensive alcohol/drug prevention, treatment, or rehabilitation services.

Additionally, skilled professionals are available to assist schools, communities, community groups, clubs, organizations, to develop local drug and alcohol prevention efforts.

We believe: 

  • No one wants to experience a problem with alcohol or other drugs. No one wants a family member, a friend, a loved one, a husband, or a wife to suffer through this daunting life experience.
  • Yet, despite the best of intentions, about 10% of South Dakotans will need help with just such a problem at some point in their lifetime.
  • The help people need can vary. One thing that is for certain: If you become dependent on a mood altering chemical, primary treatment and aftercare are likely the best allies. Family or individual counseling and treatment can be of critical assistance in repairing your life.
  • Years of experience and a significant body of research have taught us several key facts:
    • Treatment can and does help people who are willing to work hard at change;
    • Families are deeply affected by the problems associated with substance abuse problems;
    • Family members can improve the quality of their lives, even if their loved one doesn’t recover;
    • Chemical dependency is no respecter of age, sex, religion, race, or any other factors for that matter. It can and DOES happen to ALL of society; and
    • Addictions are far less about moral character than they are about loss of control.

For more information:

  • South Dakota Council of Substance Abuse Directors, Inc.
    2520 East Franklin Street
    Pierre, South Dakota 57501
    Phone: 605-224-0123
  • Executive Director: Terry Dosch

Aberdeen
Northern Alcohol/Drug Referral/Information Program
221 South First Street.
Aberdeen, SD
24 hour phone: (605) 622-5950

Mitchell
Dakota Counseling Institute
910 West Haves
Mitchell, SD 57301
24 hour phone: (605) 996-9686

Brookings
East Central Mental Health & Chemical Dependency Program
211 Fourth Street
Brookings, SD 57006
24 hour phone: (605) 697-2850

Pierre
Capital Area Counseling Services
803 East Dakota Avenue
Pierre, SD 57501
24 hour phone: (605) 224-5811

Belle Fourche
Addiction Family Resources
608 Fifth Avenue
Belle Fourche, SD 57717
24 hour phone: (605) 892-3039

Rapid City
City/County Alcohol & Drug Center
725 North LaCrosse
Rapid City, SD 57701
24 hour phone: (605) 394-6128

Canton
Keystone Treatment Center
1010 East Second Street
Canton, SD 57013-0159
24 hour phone: (605) 987-275

Sioux Falls
Carroll Institute
310 South First Avenue
Sioux Falls, SD 57104
24 hour phone: (605)336-2556

Hot Springs
Southern Hills Alcohol/Drug Referral Center
646 Jennings Avenue, STE 2
Hot Springs, SD 57757
24 hour phone: (605) 745-6300

Sturgis
Northern Hills Alcohol/Drug Services, Inc.
1010 Ball Park Road
Sturgis, SD 57785
24 hour phone: (605) 347-3003

Huron
Community Counseling Services Alcohol/Drug Treatment Unit
357 Kansas, SE
Huron, SD 57350
24 hour phone: (605) 374-3862

Watertown
Human Services Agency/Addiction Services
123 Nineteenth Street NE
Watertown, SD 57201
24 hour phone: (605) 886-0123

Serenity Hills (Halfway House)
16717 448th Avenue NW
Watertown, SD 57201
Phone: (605) 884-0650

Lemmon
Three Rivers Mental Health & Chemical Dependency Center
11 East Fourth Street
Lemmon, SD 57638
24 hour phone: (605) 374-3862

Yankton
Lewis & Clark Behavioral Health Services Alcohol/Drug Program
1028 Walnut Street
Yankton, SD 57078
24 hour phone: (605) 655-4606

Criteria:

Members are distiguished by two key areas:

  1. They are comprehensive service providers
  2. They function within the framework of an effective community-based system of care.

Members must meet the following criteria:

Comprehensive Services Provision Requirements:

  1. Provide and assure access to community prevention, screening, assessment, early intervention, outpatient/intensive outpatient, continuing care, case management and referral services to South Dakota residents.

  2. Provide integrated services to persons with co-occurring mental illnesses and substance abuse problems and maintain effective linkages with other health care services and social supports.

  3. Guarantee 24/7 on-call crisis services with access to counselors who are employed by the agency.

  4. Ensure that complete, life-span services are provided to all regardless of ability to pay, there by assuring a public safety net for the individual.

  5. Be organized in a community-based, mission driven manner in which is characterized by the following:
    1. Locally governed by a board of directors
    2. Responsive to community priorities and needs
    3. Capable of facilitating community assessment and action planning

System of Care Requirements:

  1. Network and coordinate programs with other council members to unduplicate services and to mutually assure the availability of comprehensive services as defined above.

  2. Collaborate with other council members to effectively manage in-state and out-of-state referrals to mutually assure accessibility of comprehensive services as defined above.

  3. Maintain active partnerships with and serve as a single point of contact for state agencies, local governments and communities to set standards, improve care, address priorities and solve problems.