The Comprehensive Assistance with Recovery and Empowerment (CARE) program helps adults with severe mental illness succeed. Expect personalized treatment plans with services such as case management, and more. CARE values individual strengths and promotes holistic growth for a fulfilling life in the community.
Example of services include:
Linkage to appropriate community services
Our Individualized Mobile Program of Assertive Community Treatment (IMPACT) supports adults with severe mental illnesses facing significant challenges in functioning independently. Expect services like medication support, daily living skills training, and more. IMPACT's goal is to improve wellness, community integration, and independence.
Examples of services include:
Assistance in managing finances
Coordination of social and family supports
Rehabilitative approaches to daily living skills
Assistance in managing health care
Assistance in applying for and managing entitlements
Counseling and therapy, if appropriate
Employment Connection: Supports, educates, and guides individuals with a mental illness or developmental disability in gaining employment skills through pre-employment training, job search, and placement services.
Assistance with Employment Applications
Employment Follow-Along Support
At 5th Street Clubhouse, you'll find a supportive community for adults ages eighteen and up living with mental illness. It focuses on members' strengths and abilities rather than their illnesses, providing a space for connection. The Clubhouse promotes recovery, empowerment, and community integration. Here we develop skills for personal and workplace leadership.
Southeastern provides services to the community to identify those individuals who are homeless and suffering from Serious Mental Illness (SMI).
The Homeless Outreach Program provides intensive support services to help stabilize symptoms and promote the highest possible level of independent living.
Wrap around services include:
Psychiatric and nursing services
Referrals and linkage to community resources
Assistance in applying for resources, such as food stamps and Social Security Benefits.
Medicaid and subsidized housing assistance
Coordination with landlords and other services providers to ensure service delivery.
Education regarding mental illness and strategies for treatment
Assistance may include:
Determining housing preferences
Scheduling appointments with landlords
Viewing prospective housing
Completing rental applications
Locating financial resources for rent and first month’s deposit
Securing food and furnishing
Educating individuals on landlord/tenant responsibilities
Support for adults and adolescents who are seeking individual and group therapy for Substance Use Disorder (SUD) with additional experience emphasizing co-occurring needs.
Adult Recovery Team
The Adult Recovery team is a state accredited to provide 0.5m Early Intervention and level 1.0 Outpatient Services treatment program.
Chemical dependency screenings and assessments
Individual and group therapy to address substance use issues
Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
Moral Reconation Therapy (MRT)
Wellbeing Support Group
Wellness Recovery Action Planning (WRAP)
South Dakota’s health home program offers enhanced health care services to Medicaid recipients with chronic health conditions by providing wrap around services and coordinating with all health care providers while providing needed supports.
The Transitional Housing Program provides safe and stable housing coupled with intensive coordinated services for adults who are struggling with symptoms of a mental illness and substance use. The program will provide stable housing so that participants can focus on their health, well-being, and recovery.
On-site case management
Individual and group Therapy
Substance Use Disorder Treatment
24/7 crisis management
Fully furnished units with a full bathroom, linens, hygiene products and mini fridge
Three nutritious meals each day
Access to a free washer and dryer
Southeastern partners with local and state organizations to provide additional services to our community. Learn more about these partnerships and how we're all better when we work together.
On-Track SD is an early intervention program for individuals ages fifteen through forty experiencing a First Episode of Psychosis (FEP). The program offers specialized services to promote long-term recovery and reduce disability. Services provided include individualized treatment planning, support for individuals and their families, and more. Discover everything On-Track SD can do on its website.