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Southeastern Behavioral Healthcare

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2000 S Summit Ave Sioux Falls SD 57105 USA


To strengthen communities through services that enhance the emotional and behavioral well-being of children, adults and families.


Education and integration services - provide education, instruction, treatment and shelter to people with developmental/intellectual disabilities. 94 people served during fiscal year ending june 30, 2015.

mental services - provides the emotional support and guidance necessary to help individuals effectively cope with their lives, from childhood through adulthood. Counseling and children's services provides assistance for children and their families as they work through life's challenges. With guidance from counseling staff, families can find hope. Specific services include: outpatient counseling, individual therapy, group therapy, family therapy, marital therapy, parent/child counseling, psychiatric evaluation and services, psychological services, case management, psychological and psychiatric evaluations, education, medication management and 24-hour crisis assistance. 3,000 people served during fiscal year ending june 30, 2015.

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Rating: 1 stars  

4 people found this review helpful

I found it interesting that board members volunteer 50 hours a week for southeastern but have no clue about what is really going on there.

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This non-profit has very lofty goals but is very badly mismanaged at the highest level. The CEO and Board of Directors have taken this once fine organization down a road of fiscal mismanagement and cover-ups. The company has done its best to hide individuals who have stolen from clients, including one who was prosecuted for embezzlement, but took more than 2 1/2 years to catch her, despite numerous safe-guards. Most of this due to the fact the highest management has no desire to understand the entire organization and is focused solely on projects that give her a name about Sioux Falls and that she can throw on her resume.

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