Montana and Wyoming tribes combat alcoholism
The Montana-Wyoming Tribal Leaders Councill will use a $5 million grant from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration to combat alcoholism.

The money will be distributed to 11 tribes in Montana and Wyoming. They will develop programs that foster sober communities and programs that encourage youth to rely on their traditions.

The tribes are also opening a substance abuse treatment center in Wyoming.

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Tribal group gets $5M to battle alcoholism (The Billings Gazette 7/14)

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