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Carroll Institute New Horizons

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Sioux Falls, SD
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327 South Spring Avenue
Sioux Falls, SD - 57104

(605) 332-6730 Click to call There are no reviews. Be the first to leave one gtuschen@carrollinstitute.org Website

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About Carroll Institute New Horizons

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Founded in 1971, the Carroll Institute has been one of the states most effective substance abuse prevention and treatment facilities. They have reached thousands in local and regional schools with an individually focused prevention message and have helped additional thousands overcome and begin the healing process from the devastation of chemical addiction. Always open. 

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