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Informational Webinars

In June 2021, the Division of Behavioral Health began hosting 90-minute informational webinars to provide a behind-the-scenes look at publicly funded behavioral health services in South Dakota. The webinars focus on community and correctional based publicly funded behavioral health services, prevention services, and share how Division uses data to drive system improvement.

Webinar Date Materials
Specialized Substance Use Disorder Treatment Services 06/09/2021 Slides
Prevention Services 08/11/2021 Slides
FY21 Data and Outcomes 10/13/2021 Register
Correctional Behavioral Health Services 12/08/2021 Register
Behavioral Health Prevalence Data Overview 02/09/2022 Register
Mental Health Services 04/13/2022 Register

Suicide is a preventable public health problem. View the information below to learn how you can help prevent suicide.

Materials | Training
Bethe1SD Referral Card
Bethe1SD Brochure
Suicide Prevention Take Action Now
South Dakota Suicide Prevention State Plan 2020-2025
South Dakota Suicide Facts

Opioid Use Disorder is a chronic disease. Often, people suffering from this condition and their families don’t know where to turn. View the information below to learn more about education, support, and treatment in South Dakota for Opioid Use Disorders.

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Avoid Opioid Referral Card Project ECHO- Extension of Community Healthcare Outcomes
Opioid Addiction Treatment- A Guide for Patients, Families, and Friends Public Awareness
Avoid Opioid Booklet Prevention in Communities
Strategies Supporting Opioid Awareness, Prevention, and Treatment Youth Prevention
Treatment for Opioid Use Disorder Peer Recovery Supports
Connection to Resources & Opioid Care Coordination Prescription Drug Monitoring Program (PDMP)
Overdose Education and Naloxone Distribution (ONED) Opioid Prescribing Guidelines and Prescriber Education
Training & Education Drug Take-Back

Meth addiction is everyone’s problem. There isn’t a single solution because meth is widespread. But we can approach it from different angles, so it doesn’t take over counties, towns and/or neighborhoods. Let’s work together. Learn how to help fight meth by viewing the information below.

South Dakota Intensive Methamphetamine Treatment Services
Identify the Warning Signs of Meth Use
Anyone. Everyone. I Need Help.
Anyone. Everyone. I Want to Help.

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