business and community leaders, law enforcement, faith-based organizations
and citizens to examine Meth issues in their communities and join together
in the battle to eradicate Meth from the area. In support of local
and statewide efforts, MAPP-SD provides a range of free resources to
anyone in the state.
MAPP-SD Meth Prevention Coordinators offer informational presentations and
specific training sessions on a variety of Meth-related issues.
Please download a request
form (PDF) for details on scheduling a session.
MAPP-SD School Classroom Training.
Schools are in need of accurate, up to date information on
Meth to best educate their students. Working in conjunction with Governor
Mike Rounds' Meth Makes You Ugly campaign, MAPP-SD carefully
researched and developed educational classroom presentations and
materials, offering them free-of-charge to South Dakota’s 7th-12th grade
This resource offers a range of trainings and presentations
designed for students. Please
click here for full menu of
options plus the request form (PDF file).
Help develop a local grassroots community coalition
Support the coalition's prevention activities through the use of proven
concepts, technology and materials.
Provide state-wide Meth awareness and prevention educational opportunities
Provide support for local, regional and statewide groups who want to make
a difference in the fight against Meth use and manufacturing.
Meth Prevention coordinators provide free educational training on:
v Child Endangerment (DEC Team training)
v METH ALERT© (Voluntary retail/hotel program)
v Lab Identification
v Signs and symptoms of Meth use
v Impact of Meth use
v Impact of Meth manufacturing
Outdoor safety, including Ditch Walk
v Environmental Impact
and other specific issues upon request.
For information on training sessions, please contact
MAPP-SD also provides specific materials and technical support for group
or community use, including: METH ALERT© Kits for Retail and Hotels/Motels; Ditch Walk Kits;
Dental Kits; Medical Kits with information for Foster Parents, and What is Meth? Kit. For details on these materials and
ordering information, please click here.
Outdoors Safety Brochures
Know Your Enemy Brochures
DEC Team Kits - includes brochures, forms & protocols
office for information on these materials.