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SAMHSA News - Volume XI, Number 4, 2003
 

From Subsistence to Sustainability: Treating Drug Abuse in Alaska

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Matrix of Yup'ik and Cup'ik Traditional Modalities and Applicable Medicaid Service Categories

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From Subsistence to Sustainability: Treating Drug Abuse in Alaska
  • Part 1
  • Part 2
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  • Matrix of Yup'ik and Cup'ik Traditional Modalities and Applicable Medicaid Service Categories

    North Carolina Improves Evidence-Based Practices

    SAMHSA Offers Alcohol Prevention Strategies to Youth

    Red Ribbon Week: Preventing Youth Substance Abuse

    Survey: Nearly Half in Treatment for Both Drug and Alcohol Abuse
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  • Persons in Treatment for Drug and Alcohol Abuse: 2002

    An End to Bullying: SAMHSA Expands 15+ Program

    SAMHSA Awards New Grants

    New Report Points to Cost as a Major Barrier to Mental Health Care

    Now on the Web: SAMHSA's Award-Winning Newsletter

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