If you have an emergency, dial 911 because saving someone from an opioid overdose requires a quick response.
There is no “one size fits all” approach to treating Opioid Use Disorder (OUD). Patients with OUD should have access to addiction treatment, mental health services, and medical care. In addition, many people with OUD benefit from medication assisted treatment integrated with addiction counseling.
Good Samaritan laws provide limited immunity for minor drug violations, drug paraphernalia, and being under the influence at the time of the medical emergency.
If you or someone you know is struggling with opioid addiction – don’t wait. Reach out. You just might save someone’s life. Avoid opioid prescription addiction. Get help today.
South Dakota Opioid Resource Hotline (1-800-920-4343)
The Resource Hotline is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and will be answered by trained crisis workers to assist in finding local resources for you or a loved one.
Opioid Texting Support
Text OPIOID to 898211 to connect with local resources that best fit your needs. Answer a few questions and get help for yourself or a loved one who is struggling.
Helpline Center: Opioid Prevention Resources
The Helpline Center provides opioid prevention resources including an online local and statewide database search that will connect you to opioid support services in your area and printable PDF community guides.
Face It TOGETHER
Face It TOGETHER provides effective peer coaching to people living with addiction, including loved ones. Coaching is available to any location by secure video. Financial assistance is available to cover the cost of coaching for those impacted by opioid addiction.
Source: Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)