Meth addiction is everyone's problem. Here's how to fight it.
South Dakota has a 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, neighborhoods. Let’s work together. Meth. We’re on it.
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I want to help
Resources for those who want to help, practice prevention or volunteer for causes to aid those struggling with meth addiction.How to Help
South Dakota takes a stand against meth
We are committed to tackling this problem from all sides. The state is providing increased resources and support for those who are in need, as well as those who want to advocate for meth’s demise in their communities.
Governor Kristi Noem has supported funding for treatment facilities and school-based prevention programs.
With the help of all South Dakotans, we can ensure the bright futures of our communities are realized.