Southern Plains Behavioral Health Services originated in 1971 to fulfill social and emotional health needs in the community (catchment area). The agency’s original name was Rosebud Area Guidance Center and is currently known as Southern Plains Behavioral Health Services. This change reflects the wide range of behavioral health services that are provided. The agency has continued to expand its services and we strive to meet the ever-changing needs of the communities we serve. Those counties in our catchment area include Gregory, Todd, Tripp, and Mellette. To accommodate client preferences, services are not limited to the office locations and can be offered in the home, school, or community settings.
Effective behavioral health services depend upon the relationships existing among human services providers. One of the primary challenges of linkages involves the way human service providers coordinate their services. Therefore, linkages between Southern Plains Behavioral Health Services and all other human service providers must focus on mutual needs for each other’s help in order to achieve patient/client related goals.
Southern Plains is proud of the diligence, strength, and passion that has been displayed by staff throughout the coronavirus pandemic. Please check out these articles featuring the perseverance, determination, and innovation that has been displayed by Southern Plains’ staff. Southern Plains is honored to have been chosen to take part in the Voices from the Field: A Blog Series on Resilience During the Pandemic by the Mountain Plains Mental Health Technology Transfer Center in the article “Finding Resiliency ‘In the Moment'” and featured by the Great Plains Telehealth Resource & Assistance Center as a Success Story in the article “Tele-Behavioral Health on the Frontier: Southern Plains Behavioral Health Services Relies on Telehealth to Care for Diverse Rural Populations.
Here are the links to the pages mentioned above:
Voices from the Field: Finding Resiliency “In the Moment” | Mental Health Technology Transfer Center (MHTTC) Network
Great Plains Telehealth Resource & Assistance Center : Success Stories : Southern Plains Behavioral Health Services (gptrac.org)
If you would like to know more about our agency, please feel free to contact us at (605) 842-1465.