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Month: November 2022

Indigenous Intergenerational Trauma: Addiction in the Native American Culture

Trauma can happen to anyone regardless of their race, sex, culture, lineage, etc. However, those who are from cultures that have endured extreme violence, persecution, etc. are more susceptible to
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History of Native American Fry Bread

Fry bread is a hearty bread that’s well-known in many Native American households. This kind of bread is not like the baked bread you find in the grocery stores. Rather,
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Native American Substance Abuse Treatment Outcomes

Approximately 5.6 million Native Americans live in the United States. While this number is only 1.7 percent of the entire population, the rate of substance abuse or addiction issues are
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Choosing the Best Rehab for Your Native American Loved One

Did you know that 10% of Native Americans suffer from a substance abuse disorder? In addition to that percentage, 25% of Native Americans report binge drinking in the last month.  Unfortunately, you may
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Long Awaited Apology: Native American Boarding Schools and the Pope

In March 2022, Pope Francis, indigenous leaders, and survivors of Canada’s resident/boarding schools met to discuss the horrible things done to native children by Catholic priests while attending those schools.
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