12 steps to the West: For Diné alcoholics, a San Francisco-based program feels surprisingly familiar

Yurth, Cindy
March 2012
Navajo Times;3/8/2012, Vol. 51 Issue 10, pA-1
The article informs that the Friendship House Association of American Indians Inc. of San Francisco, California has partnered with the Navajo Nation's Division of Health to provide treatment against addiction in Navajo Nation, Arizona.


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