Drug & Alcohol Rehabs in
Rapid City, SD

 Rapid City South Dakota Drug Alcohol Rehab
Rapid City, South Dakota is a city in Pennington County, east of the Black Hills National Forest and west of the Badlands. Despite its physical beauty, residents still struggle with substance abuse and overdose, much like people throughout the United States. Pennington County was identified as one of the top counties in the state most vulnerable to opioid overdose.1 Thankfully, there are about 15 accredited alcohol and drug rehab centers in Rapid City and surrounding areas. If you need more options, especially if you require specialized care, you may have to expand your search. There are over 35 treatment facilities within 100 miles of Rapid City. You’ll find various types of treatment, including inpatient, outpatient, dual diagnosis, detox, and more. Plus, many facilities accept private insurance, Medicaid, and Medicare, while others offer free treatment for uninsured or low-income patients.

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Drug and Alcohol Statistics in Rapid City

Below are some eye-opening stats related to drug abuse and overdose deaths in Rapid City and Pennington County:2,3,4

Local Information for Visiting Rapid City, South Dakota

Rapid City is considered the gateway to Mt. Rushmore. It also has access to tons of fun attractions, both indoor and outdoor. If you are planning to attend drug and alcohol rehab in Rapid City, or you are planning your trip to visit a loved one there, you’ll want to know the best way to get there, get around, and what to do once you’re there. Here’s what you need to know:


  1. South Dakota Department of Health. (n.d.). South Dakota Vulnerability Assessment.
  2. Trudeau, G. (2021). Our community is dealing with a pandemic, but it’s not COVID. KEVN Black Hlls FOX.
  3. Baer Gee, S. (2022). Fentanyl seizures soar in Pennington County. Rapid City Journal.
  4. Oregon Health & Science University. (n.d.). Results from the South Dakota Health Survey.