The process for enrollment to the Tallgrass Recovery Campus, is actually quite simple. Call our staff anytime .. 24 hours a day .. 365 days a year at 1-877-737-6237 or 1-605-368-5559.
We’ll be happy to answer all of your questions and initiate the process with you right over the phone.
It takes approximately 10-15 minutes to complete our Enrollment Application via the phone.
You may want to put the entire investment of your stay here on a credit card, or take care of the balance when you arrive.
We are a 30 day residential program. We do have an intense schedule at a relaxed pace.
Things you will want to bring:
Casual (but decent) clothing .. (no bare midriffs, muscle shirts, mini’s, etc) .. seasonally smart .. enough to feel comfortable with periodic laundering as we do have on site laundry .. one suitcase and one carry on size only, please.
No inappropriate images or advertisements, slogans, slang, etc., depicting alcohol, drugs, sex, and/or violence on clothing or person.
Personal items and toiletries (no items containing alcohol). Laundry soap if you are sensitive. Bath soap. Shampoo. Dental items.
Writing utensils and stamps. Addresses and/or phone numbers you may want. There is no access to your cell phone while you are here.
Cash or credit cards for your personal items (ie. cigarettes, snacks, etc.). We do “quick shop” twice a week for those items. Safekeeping is offered.
Prescription meds and over the counter items. Prescriptions MUST be in proper containers and over the counter items should be kept to a minimum. Some meds of either variety (prescription or otc) may be restricted. (Please Ask!)
Phone cards and Health and Dental Insurance cards would be needed in the event of off site medical or dental needs. We are NOT a medical facility.
Some items you will NOT want to bring:
Firearms or any kind of weapon.
Alcohol or illicit drugs of any kind.
Computer equipment (laptop or otherwise), electrical devices (i-pods, players, etc.), cell phones, paging devices, or cameras.
Excessive cash or valuables.
Books or magazines that are not recovery related.
Keep it Simple .. Keep it Light