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Health Forum Takeaway: Self-Government Is Key to Improving Health
November 15, 2011
With substance abuse topping the list of aboriginal health concerns, and culturally integrated treatment indicated, a recent health forum convened by the Assembly of First Nations ...
National Study Reveals Native and White Kids Most Likely to Abuse Drugs
November 09, 2011
A recent study lead by Duke University based on a large sample of teens from across the 50 states reveals that Native kids are the most likely to abuse or become dependent on drugs...
Oklahoma Choctaw Nation Lends Assistance to State Substance Abuse Program
Patti Jo King
August 13, 2011
The Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma is banking on the success of a hallmark state-run substance abuse program in an effort to help support families in crisis by providing financial assi...
Shinnecock Nation Breaks Ground on Recovery House
Gale Courey Toensing
July 12, 2011
SAMP, the acronym for the Shinnecock Indian Nation’s Substance Abuse Mobilization Project, also represents a traditional Shinnecock food: samp is a corn and bean dish that has nour...
Denver-based Our Native Healing Center to Focus on Respect
April 26, 2011
DENVER—Mental health treatment may become more fashionable—certainly more indigenous—if three Native women with a vision have their way...
Vouchers for Substance Abuse Recovery Come with Treatment Options
January 27, 2011
Oglala Sioux Tribe Access to Recovery logo (Photo courtesy of Oglala Sioux Tribe Access to Recovery Web site) Native Americans ages 10 to 80 residing in western South Dakota and Ne...
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