Indian Anti-Drug Abuse Amendments of 1991: hearing before the Select Committee on Indian Affairs, United States Senate, One Hundred Second Congress, first session, on S. 290, to establish an Indian substance abuse program, May 23, 1991, Washington, DC.
U.S. G.P.O., 1991 - Law - 301 pages
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18 ALCOHOLISM/SUBSTANCE ABUSE Administrative/Management Section adolescent aftercare program Alaska Native alcohol abuse alcohol and substance alcohol-related alcoholism/substance abuse counselor ALCOHOLISM/SUBSTANCE ABUSE PROGRAM amended appropriate AREA OFFICE Arizona assessment Chairman CHAPTER 18 ALCOHOLISM/SUBSTANCE client committee component Continued coordinator detoxification Director documented Drop-In Center drug established evaluation facility FAS/FAE Fetal Alcohol Syndrome fiscal funds Gila River goals governing body Group Home halfway house IHS Area implementation Indian Affairs Indian Alcohol Indian communities Indian Health Service individual involved minimum mvi's Native Americans needs outpatient patient personnel policies and procedures population problem PROFESSIONAL SERVICES CHAPTER program staff Quality Assurance referral regional treatment centers rehabilitation and aftercare reservation residential treatment responsible Rhoades Senator McCain SERVICES CHAPTER 18 social standards Substance Abuse Prevention Substance Abuse Program Tohono O'odham Nation treatment plan treatment program tribal tribes Warm Springs written plan YPRT