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University of Colorado Denver

Centers for American Indian and Alaska Native Health
 
 
 

NCAIANMHR

Substance Abuse and Indian Child Welfare


PROJECT TITLE:
Substance Abuse and Indian Child Welfare

FUNDING SOURCE: 
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

DATES OF FUNDING: 
January 15, 2003 - January 14, 2006

PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR(S): 
Paul Spicer, PhD.

CENTER STAFF INVOLVED:
Anne Libby, Spero Manson, Michael Douglas Romero, and Paul Spicer

 

SPECIFIC AIMS/RESEARCH GOALS:

To investigate methods for better addressing the substance abuse treatment needs of Indian and Native women at risk for losing custody of their children.

 

RESEARCH DESIGN:

Secondary analysis of national data;
An inventory of promising practices and programs in Indian and Native communities;
Focus group discussions in urban Indian and Native communities

 

PARTICIPANTS:

Service Providers.

 

MEASURES:

Not applicable.

 

PUBLICATIONS:

None at this time.

 

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