Find organizations, articles, and other resources that American Indian and Alaska Natives can use to promote healing from substance use disorders. Popular Resources Northwest Tribal Substance Abuse Action Plan (PDF | 846 KB) Created for tribal use by the Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board See more manuals and toolkits. Drum-Assisted Recovery Therapy for Native Americans A culturally appropriate guide for empowering tribal youth and preventing suicide See substance use disorder resources. Native-Specific Organizations Indian Health Service Alcohol and Substance Abuse Program Strives to reduce alcohol and substance use through treatment and rehabilitation services in tribal communities and urban settings. Indian Health Service Youth Regional Treatment Centers Address substance use issues among AI/AN youth through 10 youth treatment centers across the nation. National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) American Indian/Alaska Native Coordinating Committee Promotes AI/AN research, works with tribal communities to identify research gaps, and provides technical assistance and funding for AI/AN researchers. Office of National Drug Control Policy: Collaborating with Native Americans and Alaska Natives Offers resources and programs, such as the Anti-Meth Campaign, tailored to Native communities. It also addresses drug trafficking. Other Substance Use Disorder Organizations National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism Leads a national effort to address alcohol-related issues. Native-Specific Research Drum-Assisted Recovery Therapy for Native Americans – 2013 (PDF | 908 KB) Examines drumming as a substance use intervention for Native Americans. Substance Use Disorder Tools and Campaigns I Strengthen My Nation Campaign Empowers youth to resist substance use. Tribal Substance Abuse Action Plan – 2015 at the Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board (PDF | 845 KB) Aims to reduce substance use among AI/AN through a five-year strategic plan created by the Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board.