The North Dakota Prevention Resource and Media Center (PRMC) provides effective, innovative and culturally appropriate substance abuse prevention infrastructure, strategies and resources to individuals and communities across North Dakota.
North Dakota communities are implementing evidence-based prevention efforts, which aim to prevent substance abuse and related problems and strengthen community capacity.
Parents Lead is an evidence-based underage drinking prevention program targeting parents through statewide, web-based communication.
Prescription opioid abuse and overdose are emerging problems in North Dakota. Stop Overdose is an evidence-based prevention effort aimed at saving lives.
Prescription opioid abuse and overdose are emerging problems in North Dakota. Lock. Monitor. Take Back is an evidence-based prevention effort aimed at reducing access to unused and unwanted prescription medication.
Speak Volumes is an evidence-based prevention effort addressing adult binge drinking by educating adults about alcohol serving size and volume.
Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) is an evidence-based practice used to identify, reduce, and prevent problematic use, abuse, and dependence on alcohol and illicit drugs. This public health approach is often conducted in medical settings; hospitals, clinics, emergency departments, and workplace wellness programs.
The Behavioral Health Division certifies DUI education providers and licenses DUI education programs to ensure health and safety of individuals being served.
ND Cares is a community-based effort to strengthen an accessible network of support for North Dakota military service members and their families.
The North Dakota Prevention Resource and Media Center (PRMC) is a leading source of behavioral health promotion and substance abuse prevention efforts, information and resources in North Dakota.