Our purpose at Tallgrass is to show precisely how millions of people are recovering from the disease of addiction.
We are open and accepting guests for addiction help in Sioux Falls!
Our daily schedule includes:
7:00am to 8:00am: Continental Breakfast
8:15am to 8:30am: Morning meditation and reflection
9:30am to 11:30am: Text of Alcoholics Anonymous study group-presenter
12:00pm to 1:00pm: Lunch and personal time
1:30pm to 2:30pm: Selected topic meeting-staff or group
3:30pm to 4:30pm: Selected topic meeting-staff or group
5:00pm to 7:00pm: Dinner and relaxation
7:00pm to 9:00pm: AA meetings – on and off site
9:30pm to 10:00pm: Daily inventory and review 10 @ 10
10:00pm to Midnight: is quiet time with lights out at midnight
All guests are required to actively participate in all scheduled meetings. All guests are required to actively participate in their own recovery.
This effort, and the road leading to recovery, will require honesty, open-mindedness and willingness. The staff at Tallgrass will be there to assist with all aspects of your recovery experience.
The Power of a Recovery Community
The journey toward recovery from addiction is a challenging path. That’s why living with a supportive group can help you get and stay sober.
Communal living at Tallgrass Recovery & Sober Living Homes provides a structured and supportive environment where those in recovery can work on rebuilding their lives.
Living with others seeking sobriety fosters a sense of belonging and connection. At Tallgrass, you’ll become part of a supportive network, sharing the ups and downs of their journey with others. This provides a crucial lifeline during times of vulnerability–like when withdrawal symptoms hit and the urge to fall back on unhealthy patterns is at its strongest.
Positive Peer Influence
Tallgrass provides a living environment designed to surround those in recovery with like-minded peers who are committed to overcoming alcohol addiction.
Witnessing the successes and triumphs of fellow residents provides proof that recovery is possible, fostering a sense of hope and determination.
What’s more, the shared commitment to sobriety means that residents are less likely to be exposed to triggers or negative influences that could jeopardize their progress.
Recovery isn’t just about addiction itself. It also involves addressing the feelings and thoughts that lead to addictive behaviors. At Tallgrass, you’ll find a safe space to receive emotional support from those who truly understand.
Skill Development and Empowerment
Breaking addictive cycles means changing your patterns. You might also learn new life skills at Tallgrass, where you’ll be encouraged to develop practical skills, pursue education or vocational training, and engage in activities that contribute to your personal and professional growth.
By building a strong foundation of support, recovery communities—like the one you’ll find at Tallgrass–offer hope, healing, and a pathway to a brighter, sober future.