Resource #67 - American Indian/Alaska Native Substance Abuse Treatment Services: 2004 The DASIS Report, December 9, 2005
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American Indian/Alaska Native Substance Abuse Treatment Services: 2004 The DASIS Report, December 9, 2005
Examines characteristics of facilities that provide American Indian and Alaska Native substance abuse treatment services. Examines statistics on special programs (e.g., for youth or pregnant women), services offered, types of care, and facility location.
2005
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Resource Attributes
•   DASIS - Drug and Alcohol Services Information System
•   Series
•   Research
•   Treatment
 
•   English
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•   American Indians / Alaska Natives
•   Health Professionals
•   Researchers
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