Prevent Drug and Alcohol Addiction in North Dakota
Drug and alcohol abuse is the No. 1 social issue we face in North Dakota. We can all play a role in changing that. Healthy families, communities and businesses and are key factors in prevention. Explore the resources we’ve provided to find ways you can support prevention.
Lock. Monitor. Take Back.
Protect yourself and those around you by being safe with your medications.
Opioid overdose deaths in North Dakota are on the rise. Learn who is at risk, what the signs of overdose are and what to do if you witness an overdose.
As a parent, you are the No. 1 influence in your child’s life. Parents Lead gives parents tools to prevent underage drinking and other behavioral health issues through proven methods, such as engaging in conversations and modeling positive and healthy behaviors.
Resources for Communities
Communities and individuals across the state can find assistance from the ND Training and Technical Assistance Team. Whether it’s presenting information to community stakeholders or learning how other communities have approached a similar issue, the team is here to help.
Substance Abuse Data
Positive change starts with identifying and prioritizing the most critical substance abuse issues in our state and communities. Find everything from data briefs to survey results at the ND Prevention Resource and Media Center.
The ND Prevention Resource and Media Center offers an evidence-based prevention planning process, a prescription drug abuse prevention campaign and other resources for tribal communities.
You play an important role in preventing drug and alcohol abuse in our state. The ND Prevention Resource and Media Center has put together age-appropriate ideas to weave prevention into your curriculum.
Attend a Day for Prevention on April 11, 2018. More information coming soon.
Find more ways to get involved.