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STOMP Resources



The State Tribal Opioid and Methamphetamine Prevention Summit (STOMP) is an annual learning and networking event held in partnership with the SD Department of Social Services as well as other state and tribal partners. 


STOMP Summit 6 Resources

- STOMP Summit 6 Resource Guide

South Dakota Behavioral Health Services County Map



Oaye Luta Okolakiciye is a non-profit 501c3 organization that promotes healing, hope, wellness and revitalizing cultural identity.
They promote cultural ceremony protocol for guidance and healing for youth, adults and families requesting cultural support services to healing and identity development. 

Oaye Luta Okolakiciye Website
Oaye Luta Brochure
Calendar of Events



The SAMHSA Office of Tribal Affairs and Policy serves as the primary point of contact withing SAMHSA for Tribes, Tribal organizations and other partners on Tribal behavioral health.

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
SAMHSA Grants and NOFO Forecasts
Circles of Care Program
Tribal Behavioral Health Grant (TBHG/Native Connections)
Tribal Opioid Response Program
Talk. They Hear You.
Talking to Kids About Alcohol and Other Drugs: 5 Conversation Goals
Why Small Conversations Make a Big Impression
Why Your Child Might Start Drinking Alcohol
Talking With Teens About Alcohol and Other Drugs: 5 Conversation Goals
Talking With Your Teen About Opioids: Keeping Your Kids Safe
Talking With Your Child About Opioids: Keeping Your Kids Safe
Indigenous Communities Workgroup
Harm Reduction at SAMHSA
Overdose Prevention Strategy
Strategic Cultural Framework
AI/AN Behavioral Health Center of Excellence
Bringing Recovery Supports to Scale Technical Assistance Center Strategy
Peers Recovery and Support Tools
Parents and Families Support Tools
Youth and Young Adult Support Tools
Opioid Response Network (ORN)
Prevention Technology Transfer Center (PTTC ) Network Resources
Mental Health Technology Transfer Centers (MHTTC) Resources
Addiction Technology Transfer Centers(ATTC) Resources
SAMHSA Tribal Technical Assistance
Washington State and Native and Strong Lifeline
988 Partner Toolkit
Consolidated Appropriations Act 2023
Next Tribal Listening Session on November 9, 2023
The National Tribal Behavioral Health Agenda (TBHA)
SAMHSA Office of Tribal Affairs and Policy Website
TIP 61: Behavioral Health Services for American Indians and Alaska Natives
Factors Contributing to Opioid Use among AI/ANs
Tribal Technical Advisory Committee (TTAC)


South Dakota Department of Health Resources

The mission of the Department of Health is to worktogether to promote, protect, and improve health.

Drug Related Deaths in South Dakota
South Dakota Epidemiological Outcomes
Working Together to End Maternal Mortality | CDC Foundation
Infant Mortality | Maternal and Infant Health | Reproductive Health | CDC
Statement on Infant Mortality | Pediatrics | American Academy of Pediatrics


Great Plains Tribal Leaders' Health Board Tribal Opioid Response Program

The program creates and coordinates resources that strengthen, complement, and sustain the capacity to support the ability to prevent and treat opioid use disorder and stimulant misuse in the Flandreau Santee, Cheyenne River, and Lower Brule Sioux Tribes, and the Omaha Tribe of Nebraska.

Tribal Opioid Response Program
SkyHawk: Battle of the Ancestors


Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Asniyapi Field Health Clinic

To enhance and promote the health, quality of life, and empowerment of the Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate of the Lake Traverse Reservation consistent with the Oyate's spiritual, behavioral, physical and cultural values by using modern medicine to provide patient centered care.

Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Asniyapi Field Health Clinic


upcoming event

Stay tuned for STOMP Summit 7. 


Past Event

STOMP Summit 6:

- Resource Guide

Meth Summit 5:

- Resource Guide 

Meth Summit 4:

- Resource Guide

Meth Summit 3:

- Resource Guide