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ADHD Services Available in South Dakota

Did you know?

To get treatment for ADHD, you first need an official diagnosis by a psychologist in South Dakota. Sometimes it can take six months to get that first appointment, let alone the follow-up appointments for your assessment, diagnosis review, and treatment. And, it can cost well over $1,000 for the assessment alone.

Fortunately, at ADHD Online, we are committed to making mental health affordable and streamlining the process in South Dakota.

Our Smart Assessment

  • Costs a fraction of the cost of the in-person office assessment (only $179)
  • Is available 24/7 online for you to take whenever and wherever works best for you
  • Asks clinically comprehensive questions about your habits, tendencies, difficulties, and challenges, inspired by the traditional face-to-face interview
  • Blends evidence-based screening tools with a proprietary and intuitive questioning process to create the clearest picture of your mental health
  • Takes about 60 minutes but saves your progress. Take a break as often as you need and pick up right where you left off

We designed our asynchronous assessment to be accessible, affordable, and timely so you can get the care you need when you need it.

ADHD Treatment in South Dakota is easy as 1, 2, 3

From medication to mental wellness coaching to therapy, your options for treating ADHD and other mental health conditions are endless. And we’re here to help every step of the way. Before you read on, be sure you’ve taken the Smart Assessment–it’s the first step in our treatment process.

Our ADHD Treatment

  • You can typically schedule your first appointment within seven days of receiving your diagnosis (in-person processes can take up to 9 months in South Dakota)
  • Costs significantly less than in-person treatment processes, which can cost thousands of dollars
  • No subscription required! Pay as you go
  • Accommodates all kinds of treatment, including stimulant prescriptions sent to your local pharmacy, behavior modification, and non-stimulant prescriptions

Can I get a prescription via telehealth in South Dakota?

Yes, if you receive a diagnosis following a comprehensive ADHD evaluation, you can then meet with one of our licensed clinicians to discuss your options. If deemed medically necessary, one of our nurse practitioners, physician assistants, or psychiatrists will develop a treatment plan and send the prescription to your local pharmacy of choice. ADHD Online’s ability to prescribe online strictly adheres to FDA guidelines and state and federal laws.

Here's how it works:

  1. Purchase the Smart Assessment for $179
  2. You can use Klarna and we’ll break the payments into 4 easy payments of $44.75 over 6 weeks
  3. Complete the Smart Assessment at your own pace (those who go straight through can complete it in about 1 hour)
  4. Within 5 days, receive your diagnostic evaluation:
    1. A doctorate-level psychologist in South Dakota will evaluate your Smart Assessment
    2. Your evaluation is yours to keep, we will not share your results with anyone without your request/permission
    3. You’ll receive a diagnosis or exclusion for ADHD, and other mental health conditions like depression, anxiety, binge eating disorder, loneliness, and more
  5. Receive the results of your Smart Assessment
  6. Log into the portal and schedule an appointment with a clinician in South Dakota for only $199 (no subscription required!)
  7. Within 7 days, you’ll have your first appointment where you and your clinician will create your treatment plan

Mental Wellness Coaching in South Dakota

Coaching can be an important part of your treatment plan, offering insightful and practical guidance to help you achieve your goals. You’ll meet one-on-one to discuss your values and goals, potential and experiences, struggles, and journey. Then, they will help set goals and plan the next steps, hold you accountable, motivate you, and celebrate with you.

Mental health care with less stress

With telehealth, you can get high-quality mental health care without all of the complications and anxiety of an in-person appointment. Our patients report some of their favorite parts of telehealth with us include:

  • Faster path to feeling better – diagnosis and treatment appointments happen within days not months
  • Appointments are much easier to keep – no more struggling to get out the door on time, no traffic or parking stress
  • ADHD, and its related conditions like anxiety and depression, can make in-person meetings incredibly stressful. Telehealth makes managing those feelings much easier because you get to take the meeting wherever is best for you

ADHD Doesn’t Travel Alone

80% of people diagnosed with ADHD all suffer from related mental health conditions. Our Smart Assessment screens for a growing list of co-conditions, including anxiety, depression, binge eating, obsessive compulsive disorder, loneliness, and problematic social media use, so that your treatment can be as specific and personalized to your needs as possible.

ADHD Symptoms

The best way to know for sure whether or not you have ADHD, is to take our comprehensive Smart Assessment. But if you’re looking for an ADHD symptom list, well we’ve got that too.

Typical symptoms include difficulty paying attention, mood swings, disorganization, hyperactivity, hyperfocus, impulsivity and creativity. You can learn more about each of these on our symptoms list.

Keep in mind that many of these symptoms are things anyone can experience in daily life. Who hasn’t forgotten an appointment, procrastinated on an annoying task, or made a hasty decision? One missed deadline does not mean you have ADHD. As you read this list, jot down which symptoms describe you most of the time to get a better sense of whether or not you might be struggling with ADHD.

ADHD Medication Options in South Dakota

Medication is one of many options to consider when exploring treatment for ADHD for both children and adults. To receive a prescription for ADHD medication, you’ll need a comprehensive assessment and diagnosis. Remember that while medication cannot cure ADHD, it can ease your symptoms and make a difference in your everyday life.

What kind of medication is available?

You’ve likely heard of Adderall and Ritalin, but there are other stimulants, non-stimulants, or other forms of treatment that might be right for you. Learn more about your options.

Learn About ADHD Services in Another State

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Looking to schedule your next appointment?

Our portal is always open to schedule your next appointment. However, in-person phone support and live chats will be unavailable on Thursday, July 4, and Friday, July 5. Please submit a request or leave a voice message, and we will prioritize them upon our return.

We genuinely appreciate your understanding. Full-office operations will resume on Monday, July 8.

Already on our Treatment Path?

Each clinician sets their own holiday hours, so please check with them for their availability.

ADHD Online will be closed on June 19th in observance of Juneteenth.

Live support will be unavailable while we’re closed but you can always submit a request or leave a voice message. We’ll get back to you when we return on Thursday, June 20th.

Each of our clinicians sets their own holiday hours. Check with your doctor for availability.

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