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Opioid Use Disorder (OUD) is a chronic disease. Often, people suffering from this condition and their families don’t know where to turn. Help connect them with education, support, and treatment in South Dakota.
Order FREE opioid-related resources from the South Dakota Departments of Health & Social Services. Healthcare providers, substance use professionals, law enforcement workers, and community organizers are encouraged to order and share these materials widely.
- Order up to 25 copies of any of the materials listed below.
- Expect your order to ship within 2-3 weeks.
- If you would like to order larger quantities or have questions, please email email@example.com.
Step 1: Preview available materials
Care Coordination Brochure & Business Card
Care Coordination helps South Dakotans develop a plan for recovery from addiction. The free and confidential service is available through the Resource Hotline at 1-800-920-4343. Use these informational handouts to connect people and families in need with a Care Coordinator.
Resource Guide: Supporting Your Loved One with a Substance Use Disorder
This full guide includes:
- The warning signs of addiction
- Information about when and how to seek help
- Details about involuntary commitment
- Ways to care for the caregiver
- Recovery strategies
- Information about Naloxone, a medicine that can reverse an overdose
Substance Use Resource Guide (PDF)
Avoid Opioid SD Brochure & Business Card
Avoid Opioid SD Pocket Guide
Drug addiction is a chronic disease often complicated by mental health issues — but both are treatable and can be successfully managed. Share this pocket guide with people in need of support. Included are:
- Local and national 24/7 support lines
- Texting and peer support information
- Reasons to reach out
- Ways to put a support team together
Avoid Opioid SD Pocket Guide (PDF)
Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) Brochure
Despite evidence of its effectiveness, there are still a number of misconceptions about MAT that could be preventing people from receiving life-saving treatment and recovering from their addiction.
Expanding access to MAT is considered the best treatment option for opioid use disorder (OUD) as part of a comprehensive treatment plan in combination with screening and referral to treatment. This brochure includes:
- The benefits of MAT
- Common harmful myths, debunked
- Care Coordination contact information
Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) Brochure (PDF)
Naloxone Palm Card
Help spread awareness of how to access the life-saving drug, naloxone, by sharing this tool with anyone at risk of an opioid-related overdose or who may assist an at-risk person (family member or friend).
Naloxone Palm Card (PDF)
How to Use Naloxone Brochure
Naloxone is a non-addictive medication that temporarily reverses an opioid overdose, giving emergency medical attention time to arrive. Anyone can administer naloxone. It’s available through a standing order in South Dakota. This guide details:
- How naloxone works
- The signs of an opioid overdose
- Step-by-step instructions on the three different ways naloxone can be administered
- How Care Coordination can fit into the recovery process
How to Use Naloxone Brochure (PDF)
Statewide Drop-off Sites Postcard
Quickly inform prescription opioid users and their families about:
- How to properly dispose of unused medications
- Why proper disposal is vital
Statewide Drop-off Sites Postcard (PDF)
American Society of Addiction Medicine Patient Guide
The American Society of Addiction Medicine Patient Guide is a valuable resource to help patients, families, and friends understand:
- Responding to an opioid overdose
South Dakota providers—order FREE, printed guides that are mailed directly to you. Offer the guide to patients and their loved ones during their visit.
American Society of Addiction Medicine Patient Guide (PDF)
American Society of Addiction Medicine Provider Guide
Go deeper in your understanding of how to recognize and treat OUD. This pocket guide provides comprehensive information about:
- The assessment process for diagnosing OUD
- Symptoms of opioid intoxication and withdrawal
- Overviews and comparisons of OUD treatment medications (including methadone, buprenorphine, and naltrexone)
- Treating special populations like pregnant women, adolescents, individuals with pain, individuals with co-occurring psychiatric disorders, and incarcerated individuals
American Society of Addiction Medicine Provider Guide (PDF)
South Dakota Substance Use Disorder Treatment Services Brochure
This broad informational overview is a solid starting point for South Dakotans to:
- Learn the basics of substance use disorder treatment
- Find help for themselves or a loved one
- Understand the different types of treatment
South Dakota Mental Health Treatment Services Brochure
Equip patients and their loved ones with the facts about:
- What mental illness is
- The steps to access mental health treatment
- Types of mental health services in South Dakota
South Dakota Mental Health Treatment Services Brochures (PDF)
Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Involuntary Commitment Process Brochure
Empower individuals to get their loved ones necessary help with this manageable information covering:
- FAQs about substance use disorders, assessment, and treatment funding
- Who may be appropriate for SUD involuntary commitment
- Details about each step of the process
Involuntary Commitment Process Brochure (PDF)
Step 2: Submit your order
Order up to 25 copies of the materials listed above. You can expect your order to ship within 2-3 weeks. If you would like to order larger quantities or have questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Available for South Dakota Organizations only. Please do not submit an out-of-state request.