Other Resources

Narcan® Nasal Spray Pocket Card

This pocket card (2x3.5 inches) provides a brief explanation about how to safely administer Narcan® Nasal Spray in the event of an opioid overdose.

3 Steps to Help Prevent Prescription Drug Abuse

3 Steps to Help Prevent Prescription Drug Abuse: Lock, monitor and take back.

Adverse Childhood Experiences

Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) can last a lifetime, but they don't have to. Early exposure to family violence, abusive treatment, neglect, alcohol and drug abuse, or separated/divorced parents can lead to health and social problems, risk-taking behaviors and a shortened lifespan. Safe, stable and nurturing relationships and communities can break the cycle of abuse and maltreatment.

Behavioral Health Continuum of Care Model

The Behavioral Health Continuum of Care Model recognizes multiple opportunities for addressing behavioral health problems and disorders.

Children of Alcoholics: An Overview

This Parents LEAD for professionals handout provides an overview of Children of Alcoholics.

Children’s Exposure to Domestic Violence

Professionals can play a critical role in assisting domestic violence victims and their children. This document provides information about signs and symptoms of children’s exposure to domestic violence and several steps to consider to better serve individuals and families experiencing domestic violence.

Evzio® Auto-Injector Pocket Card

This pocket card (2x3.5 inches) provides a brief explanation about how to safely administer an Evzio® Auto-Injector in the event of an opioid overdose.

Funeral Homes Can Help Prevent Prescription Drug Abuse

Prescription drug abuse is on the rise. Recently deceased individuals may have unused or old medications in their home, leaving their loved ones vulnerable to accidental poisonings, theft, or unsafe nonmedical use by friends and relatives.

Gambling Disorder

Gambling behaviors activate reward systems similar to those activated by drugs of abuse and produce some behavioral symptoms that appear comparable to those produced by the substance use disorders.

Military Reference Guide

Includes basic information to assist behavioral health care providers in understanding military culture when working with military families.

Naloxone Available Here Handout

This flyer can be posted wherever naloxone can be accessed or obtained.

Naloxone Available Here Sticker

This sticker can be posted wherever naloxone can be accessed or obtained.

Naloxone FAQ Handout

This handout provides an explanation of three different ways of administering naloxone as well as a variety of frequently asked questions associated with this life-saving medication.

ND Task Force on Substance Exposed Newborns: 2016 Summary of Recommendations

The North Dakota Task Force on Substance Exposed Newborns was comprised of representatives from state agencies, the legislature, medical providers,nonprofit entities focused on children’s health and wellbeing, Indian tribes, law enforcement, and the foster care community

Preparing for Deployment:Supporting Your Child's Behavioral Health

Parent military deployment can be a difficult time of transition for children and families. This handout provides tips for parents on how to help prepare their child before parent deployment as well as signs of separation anxiety that might appear once the deployment has begun.

Risks Associated with Prescription Opioids

This handout highlights information about the potential risks associated with prescription opioids.

Risks Associated with Prescription Opioids Rack Card

Designed to be easily stapled to a prescription bag when patrons visit a local pharmacy, this flyer highlights information about the potential risks associated with prescription opioids.

Signs & Symptoms of Problem Gambling

Any of the following signs/symptoms may be cause for concern. If behaviors continue, you may want to seek professional assistance

Stop Overdose for Professional: Behavioral Health Professionals

Developed as a resource for behavioral health professionals, this document provides a brief overview of those at risk of opioid overdose and effective strategies they can use to prevent opioid overdose.

Stop Overdose for Professional: Emergency Medical Services

Developed as a resource for emergency medical service professionals, this document provides a brief overview of the signs of an opioid overdose, steps for responding to overdose, and how to become approved to carry naloxone.

Stop Overdose for Professional: Law Enforcement

Developed as a resource for law enforcement, this document provides a brief overview of the signs of opioid overdose, steps for responding to overdose, and law enforcement strategies for preventing overdose deaths.

Stop Overdose for Professional: Licensed Addiction Counselor

Developed as a resource for licensed addiction counselors, this document provides a brief overview of those at risk of opioid overdose and effective strategies they can use to prevent opioid overdose.

Stop Overdose for Professional: Pharmacists

Developed as a resource for North Dakota pharmacists, this document provides information about naloxone prescribing, including legal and liability considerations and The North Dakota Board of Pharmacy’s steps for becoming a trained naloxone prescriber.

Stop Overdose for Professional: Prescribers

Developed as a resource for prescribers and other healthcare professionals, this document provides an overview of SAMHSA’s best practices for opioid overdose prevention.

Substance Exposed Newborns: An Introduction to Solutions

The five-point intervention framework to address the system surrounding substance exposed newborns illustrates five major time frames when intervention in the life of an infant can help reduce the potential harm of prenatal substance exposure. This handout provides a summary of this framework.

Substance Exposed Newborns: Sign, Symptoms, and Best Practices for Mother and Baby

Substance Exposed Newborns are infants affected by prenatal exposure to substances such as prescribed medications, alcohol, illicit drugs, and tobacco. This handout illustrates different signs and symptoms of substance exposed newborns and best practices for treating both pregnant mother and substance exposed newborn.