a small room...
We've also added a private bathroom, microwave, and a small refrigerator. A larger common area is also furnished with a stove, full sink, pots and pans, dishes, and utensils. In addition, there is a comfortable living room setting with television for playing videos and a nice selection of board games.
Our Recovery Room Ministry is not a homeless shelter. Guests must contact our Case Manager, who works for ICAP. Guests may be referred, through a South Dakota Parole Agent, a Codington County Probation Officer, or Court Services Officer with Codington County, including the Codington County Drug Court. Our guests must not have a conviction for a violent or sexual offense. Our guests must have a desire or "want to" for a better life free from life-controlling struggles such as alcohol or substance abuse.
Accountability is key! Therefore, each guest will have a relationship with an approved mentor and maintain close contact to support their recovery journey. During this recovery journey, our guests will be required to attend self-help meetings, which may include church and/or Bible studies.
Please download an application form as a reference; however, your entry process will begin with a conversation with our representative from ICAP. You may download an informational brochure here or call our office at 605-886-3165 for more information.
To reach our ICAP Case Manager, call: 605-954-8093
There are times when a person needs a safe, quiet place to stay. In our experience within the community we've found that there are some in need of such a place to recover and relaunch. We have eight rooms that have been designated for such needs. Inspired by the Biblical story from 2 Kings 4 when a prophet needed such a place, a Shunammite woman said, " Let's make a small room for him, with a bed and a table, a chair and a lamp." (2 Kings 4:10)