How to Enroll at OneHeart

Thank you for your interest in OneHeart!  In order to become a OneHeart program participant you must be actively working with and referred to us by a Partner Provider agency.

Becoming a OneHeart program participant is not for everybody. OneHeart is not a shelter, but rather a transformation campus where job, skill, or education and healing unresolved trauma is the focus. The goal is to rebuild lives, instill confidence, and create self-sufficiency. If this is what you desire, please reach out to one of our partners.

If you are ready to transform your life, we hope to see you on campus soon!

Eligibility Requirements

As with any service, OneHeart has eligibility requirements that potential guests (program participants) must meet:

  1. Be referred by a Partner Agency

  2. Be a Rapid City area resident for a minimum of nine months in the past year

  3. Be at least 18 years old or 16 with parent/guardian permission

  4. Be willing to work towards job, skill, or education

  5. Have a government issued ID (driver's license, passport, tribal ID, military ID) or working towards.

  6. Cannot be a registered sex offender (some exceptions may apply)

  7. Must be able to care for oneself (basic activities of daily living, hygiene, mobility)

  8. Must adhere to campus rules (program agreement) and expectations (create self-directed plans, respect other campus guests, meet with OneHeart staff, and understand no visitors are allowed)

  9. Be clean and sober

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Things to know before your arrival

OneHeart's Residential Towers feature dormitory-style living accommodations

  • Men's & Women's towers have communal restrooms with private bathrooms and shower stalls
  • Family tower has kitchenettes and private bathrooms
  • There is no excess storage

Please be ready to move in on your scheduled date and time provided by OneHeart staff

  • OneHeart will do a pre-meeting with potential guest and will answer any questions that may arise
  • OneHeart staff will determine and schedule move-in date with potential clients.

Parking is limited

  • If you have a vehicle, we will need to ensure that it is insured and you will receive a parking pass to park on campus.
  • If you do not have a vehicle, OneHeart has transportation, but we will take into account what your normal mode of transportation is.

OneHeart does not allow outside blankets, sheets, etc.

We have a "Guest Welcome Basket" with all bedding needs. Some exceptions apply for babies or religious items.

OneHeart is a secure location with Life Safety & Residential Support staff on campus 24/7

OneHeart guests will be issued a badge to scan in and out of the campus. This is for the protection and safety of all enrolled guests on campus.

Pets are not allowed on the campus

ADA dogs are an exception with proper documentation

OneHeart is a clean and sober campus

We do reinforce this rule

OneHeart does not allow visitors on campus

This is for the safety of everyone enrolled on campus.

Finally, OneHeart looks forward to meeting you and your family in the near future! We are excited to be on this transformation journey with you as you take these next exciting steps! For further questions or information please contact us at info@oneheartrc.org or call us at 605-791-3034.

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