Behavioral Health Resources

Behavioral health is a key part of a person’s overall health. It is just as important as physical health and includes one’s emotional, psychological and social well-being. Behavioral health conditions include mental health, substance use and co-occurring disorders.

The South Dakota Department of Social Services, Division of Behavioral Health oversees the publicly funded prevention and treatment provider system in South Dakota. Click here to find behavioral health services nearest you, or visit SAMHSA’s Treatment Locator.


Behavioral Health Resource Guides

The Helpline Center produces annual resource guides listing the behavioral health providers in the Sioux Falls Mental Health Guide and the Black Hills Mental Health Resource Guide.

You can also access the 211 Database from the Helpline Center in order to search for resources. The 211 database is a central access point for information and referrals on nonprofit, social service and government agencies in South Dakota. The database contains over 10,000 social, governmental, non-profit and faith-based services available across South Dakota.