Opioid Treatment at SDUIH

Opioid Treatment at SDUIH

Help for Opioid Use Disorder (OUD) is available locally for Native Americans living in Pierre and Sioux Falls.

Opioid treatment at SDUIH offers an Indigenous, comprehensive approach to healthcare. Through connecting with Native American lifeways and practices (such as inipi sweat purification ceremony, Red Road Approach Recovery groups, Dakota language classes, and more), our tailored care for Native people sets us apart from other facilities. An individualized plan for recovery can include Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT), behavioral health therapy, and cultural health services.

What is MAT?

MAT is a treatment that combines medication and counseling, because opioid addiction physically changes the brain, and affects behaviors and emotions. At SDUIH, we also include traditional Indigenous cultural practices as part of the healing journey.

Our programs and services include:
Individual and Group Therapy and Counseling
Substance Misuse Assessments
Medication Assisted Treatment
Cultural Activities
Spiritual Guidance
Smudging

The care you will find at South Dakota Urban Indian Health is tailored for your unique needs through connection to Indigenous culture. You will be met by a member of our team who will help you find support in the path toward recovery, free from judgment.

Call us today for more information. You are not alone.

To schedule an appointment, call (605)339-0420 in Sioux Falls or (605)224-8841 in Pierre.