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Aberdeen Area Youth Regional Treatment Center

Program Type: Resources - Information or materials that might help develop a program/project in a community but can not be defined as a Best Practice, Promising Practice, or Local Effort.

The Aberdeen Area Youth Regional Treatment Center [AAYRTC] is dedicated to restoring balance and harmony in mind, body, and spirit to the Native American youth and their families. The AAYRTC blends Native American traditions and current therapeutic techniques into a holistic multidisciplinary team approach to enhance self-esteem, respect, and promote a healthy lifestyle. The Aberdeen Area Youth Regional Treatment Center "Chief Gall" is a 20 bed residential adolescent treatment center with four family suites. The usual length of stay for residents is 60 days. Comprehensive assessments allow staff to tailor individual treatment plans that address each resident’s uniqueness. Residents will be treated with dignity and respect in an environment that honors positive personal beliefs. It is the belief of AAYRTC that the youth need a cultural/spiritual foundation on which to build their future.

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Mental Health , Substance Abuse

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Site or Location Name: Aberdeen Area Youth Regional Treatment Center
12451 Hwy 1806
Mobridge, SD 00000
Phone: 6058457181