BROKEN PROMISES: Continuing Federal Funding Shortfall for Native Americans

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY (From the Briefing Before The United States Commission on Civil Rights Held in Washington, DC, December 2018) Since our nation’s founding, the United States and Native Americans have committed to and sustained a special trust relationship, which obligates the federal government to promote tribal self-government, support the general wellbeing of...

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Report from ADAI: Methamphetamine-involved deaths increased in Washington State from 2008 to 2016; in that time span, deaths quadrupled from 1.3 per 100,000 residents to 5.1 per 100,000

This report provides Washington-specific methamphetamine data, including deaths, overdoses, and treatment admissions; an overview of the harms from and the research on treatments for methamphetamine use disorder; and a summary of the most recent Treatment Research Sub-Committee meeting focused on methamphetamine. Key Findings Methamphetamine-involved deaths increased in Washington State from...

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Home Visiting in Washington State

  While the holidays are a joyful time for some people, it is important to remember that for many others they can be emotionally challenging. Some people may feel burned out from the stress and expectations of holiday social events or feeling the effects of the shorter daylight hours. For...

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