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A community approach for Native American drug and alcohol prevention programs: a logic framework.

Author: Edwards, E.D; Seaman-J.R; Drews-J; Edwards-M.E
Author Background:
Date 1/1/95
Type Journal
Journal Title: Alcoholism-Treatment-Quarterly.
Volume/Pages 13(2): 43-62
Subject Matter Native Americans
Abstract Many Native American communities have made substantial commitments to the prevention of drug and alcohol use and abuse, particularly among their youth and families. Native American people have benefitted from the commitment ofthe Center for Substance Abuse Prevention (CSAP-formerly Office for Substance Abuse Prevention). This study describes a logic model framework that has potential for planning, implementation, and evaluation of AmericanIndian youth drug and alcohol prevention programs. (Journal abstract, edited.)