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South Dakota Ellsworth AFB

Residential Beds for Children

Residential beds for children of parents in Ellsworth AFB drug rehabs are still quite uncommon. This is very unfortunate because drug treatment for pregnant women and women with children makes more sense than incarceration. Drug treatment is at least seven times less expensive and nearly twice as effective as incarceration. Putting addicted mothers in prison breaks up families and over burdens the foster care system helping to create the next generation of criminal and addicted people. Treatment and residential beds for children in Ellsworth AFB can break this damaging cycle. It has been well established that drug abuse and alcoholism can tear apart families. One of the saddest situations is when a mother and child are separated due to substance abuse. Often, a child only has his mother for nurturing and support. If she is unable to provide that due to alcoholism or drug use, attending a drug rehab center in Ellsworth AFB that offers residential beds for children may be the answer.

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Volunteers of America Dakotas
Volunteers of America Dakotas is a drug and alcohol rehabilitation program that is located at 826 West 2nd Street Sioux Falls, SD 57104. You can contact Volunteers of America Dakotas by calling (605) 357-0982.
Types of Services Drug Rehab Alcohol Rehab, Transitional Housing, Outpatient, Residential Long Term Treatment, Hospital Inpatient, Children, Dual Diagnosis, Pregnant Women, Women, Residential Beds for Children, Criminal Justice Clients, Assistance for Hearing Impaired 
Payment Structure Sliding Scale Fees 
Payment Forms Medicaid, Military Insurance, Private Pay Insurance, Self Pay 

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