The Native Healing Program clinical services are culturally appropriate alcohol and drug treatment program located in Rapid City, SD.
The Native Healing Program recognizes that restoring our Lakota core values is a vital and integral part of our identity in the healing process.
Incorporating our cultural values into the curriculum makes the Native Healing Program unique in the treatment approach of indigenous peoples.
CLINICAL SERVICES & HOURS
DRUG & ALCOHOL ASSESSMENTS
We are going paperless; this means we are not giving out paper packets and are conducting Online Video Evaluations/Assessments.
You will need to contact the OST Native Healing Program at 605-342-8925 to create your chart.
You will also need to provide proof of tribal enrollment, a valid photo id, and a valid email address.
We will give you a username and password and send you a “no reply” email containing the link to our website called “EHR Your Way Client Portal.”
Once you have successfully uploaded your required documents, we will send you all the Evaluation/Assessment forms to your Client Portal.
After you have completed all the forms, we can then schedule your online video Evaluation.
The counselor conducting the evaluation does have up to 7 business days to complete the evaluation.
The client must complete a “Release of Information” form to share any information with any third-party individuals or facility.
INTENSIVE OUTPATIENT TREATMENT
IOP Treatment Groups are located at our facility and are on Tuesday’s and Wednesdays of every week from 9:00 am-1:00 pm for 16 weeks.
One-on-One Sessions with the facilitator of this treatment are one hour a week and run concurrently with your IOP Treatment. The counselor will schedule your One-on-One Session with your when you start IOP Treatment. One-on-One Sessions are only offered with our Intensive Outpatient Treatment.
You will also need to schedule a treatment plan with our IOP facilitator and forms will need to be completed before entering in that treatment.
If you are continuing care from an outside facility, please contact the office for more information.
Attendance is mandatory and appreciated.
A waiting list may be in place due to the high volume of client’s taking that treatment.
Online sessions available on Wednesdays from 3:30pm to 4:30pm. Please call the office to sign up.
INIPI CEREMONY (Sweat)
Inipi (Sweat Lodge) are scheduled for Intensive Outpatient Treatment clientele at this time. Any changes will be announced.
You will need proof of Tribal Enrollment, a valid photo ID, and valid email address. We will also issue you a username and password for our Client Portal Website for DUI forms to complete. Paperwork will need to be completed online prior to the course date. A DUI Workbook will be given to you prior to class on the first day. 2 Six-hour classes per each month to equal 12-hour required course hours 2022 Schedule (DUI dates are subject to change) November 3rd, 2022, and November 10th, 2022, December NO CLASSES AVAILABLE *Both classes are located at our facility and are from 9:00 am-3:00 pm You will need to be present for the first scheduled class to attend the second class.
ALL SERVICES ARE AT NO COST WITH PROOF OF TRIBAL ENROLLMENT
You have the legal right to choose where you want to receive your services.
Monday 8:00 AM-4:30 PM
Tuesday 8:00 AM-4:30 PM
Wednesday 8:00 AM-4:30 PM
Thursday 8:00 AM-4:30 PM
Friday 8:00 AM-4:30 PM
Masks are required when stopping by the building to pick up or drop off any documents.
We do Observe All Federal Holidays & Tribal Holidays.
Native Healing Program follows the Rapid City Area Schools Weather Closures.
Our offices are closed during Federal and Tribal Holidays. Native Healing Program follows the Rapid City Area Schools weather conditions as well.
October 10, 2022, in observance of Billy Mills Day (In lieu of Columbus Day)
November 11, 2022, in observance of Veterans Day
November 24, 2022, in observance of Thanksgiving Day
December 26, 2022, in observance of Christmas Day December 25th, 2022 (Native American Holiday)
December 29, 2022, in observance of National Day of Mourning-1890 Wounded Knee Massacre (Native American Holiday)
DOCUMENTATION Required before your scheduled appointment.
• Tribal Enrollment / Degree of Indian Blood
• Valid Photo ID
• Birth Certificate if younger than 18
If you have insurance please bring your insurance card also
Proof of Tribal Enrollment and a Valid Photo ID is required in order to complete a Telehealth Online Video Assessment. We request these documents at every Evaluation completed with our facility. Please contact our office at 605-342-8925 for more information.
NATIVE HEALING PROGRAM