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Learn more about our work to help addiction sufferers get well and stay well from this disease.

As temperatures plummeted below zero overnight, Sioux Falls does not have a permanent emergency overnight homeless shelter. But that's about to change. The Bishop Dudley Hospitality House opens Monday, a safe and warm place for the city's 600 homeless.  The shelter will also provide offices for local agencies to come in and speak to clients.  Face It TOGETHER Sioux Falls will have a Recovery Coach present each Tuesday morning to assist residents of the Bishop Dudley Hospitality House.

As a family physician who has cared for many patients dealing with addiction over the years, Chief Medical Officer for a commercial health plan (DAKOTACARE) serving South Dakota and as a child of an alcoholic in recovery I have several very good reasons to be involved with Face It TOGETHER. 

Are you interested in solving addiction in our community?  Are you a survivor of the disease of addiction dedicated to helping others get well?  Face It TOGETHER Sioux Falls is offering a unique opportunity for an individual to be involved in ground-breaking addiction recovery work.  

Read from a parent of a woman struggling with the disease of addiction and their experience with an area employer.

We would like to thank all of you for joining us in participating in another #GivingTuesday. Whether you made a monetary donation to Face It TOGETHER Sioux Falls, gave some of your time to our organization and/or told your friends about how we are solving addiction right here in Sioux Falls, we want to thank you for your support