We know how you feel because each of us working and volunteering at Tallgrass have been exactly where you are at right now.
The Tallgrass recovery program is a 12 step recovery program. You will be welcomed to the Tallgrass recovery community during your stay and forever after.
Every Tallgrass employee and volunteer is living proof that the 12 step program works…we are all living it and it has saved each of our lives.
The rate of sustained recovery for Tallgrass guests is over 50%, which is well above the national recovery rate of less than 5%. All of us at Tallgrass began as an addict, sought recovery, achieved it, became a volunteer and eventually an employee.
Our recovery program is a 30 day stay, but recovery is a lifetime.
Tallgrass is not covered by insurance. If you choose to compare, we encourage you to ask for a fee summary from other providers and compare the out of pocket expense as an accurate comparison.
Our program fee is $7500. Our fee is typically lower than comparable programs, including ones that qualify for deductible and copay eligibility.
Obviously we do not allow any alcohol or drugs, other than prescriptions. Bring a week’s worth of comfortable clothing, toiletries and an open mind.
In the rare instance you find that Tallgrass is not a good fit for you we will strive to refer you to one of several mental health and treatment centers we have established relationships with.
Have them get in touch with us at 605.368.5559 to speak with one of our employees and complete a 15 minute application.
If you are seeking recovery or looking to help someone find a recovery solution we are eager to speak with you. Call us at 605.368.5559 and even if Tallgrass is not the right option we will help you find one.
© 2022 Tallgrass Recovery & Sober Living Homes | 605.368.5559 | email@example.com | 27048 Tallgrass Avenue
Sioux Falls, SD 57108 | Powered by Complete Media, Inc.
Tallgrass Recovery & Sober Living Homes in Sioux Falls, SD, is a drug and alcohol recovery center offering a new way of life to alcohol and drug addiction sufferers.