Methamphetamine Treatment Program
Glory House offers a sixteen-week intensive outpatient Methamphetamine treatment program using the Matrix Model, which is cognitive/behavioral in nature. It includes family participation and a twelve to eighteen month aftercare program. For information on this program please contact Kelly Cleveringa at 988-9110 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Intensive Methamphetamine Treatment (IMT) Program
The South Dakota Woman’s Prison IMT program is a methamphetamine treatment program offered to woman and is started while the client is in custody. Upon arrival to Glory House, the client will begin their transition back into the community. The client will participate in the residential program at Glory House for approximately 90 days, followed by outpatient services. During their treatment with Glory House, the client will participate in counseling services with case management, drug screening, and recovery support.
INTENSIVE METHAMPHETAMINE TREATMENT--EXPANSION (IMT-E)
The Intensive Methamphetamine Treatment--Expansion is a treatment program for individuals diagnosed with stimulant use disorder. Individuals are referred to this program through the Department of Social Services, Community Behavioral Health. The program includes the Matrix Model of intensive outpatient treatment, individual counseling sessions, case management, and other programming based on individual needs. Participants in this program may participate in programming on a residential or outpatient basis. To be considered for this treatment program an assessment and a referral are required.