Statistical Data Relevant to Alcoholism Incidence in Alaska
In this paper, I intend primarily to discuss some of the factors that cause unique problems in working with the alcoholic population in Alaska. While accepting that there are many areas of commonality we share with most service providers in alcoholism treatment programs, I intend to point out some dissimilarities encountered in Alaska with specific emphasis placed on the problems faced by the Alaskan native population.
KeywordsAlcohol Abuse Beverage Alcohol Alaskan Native Traffic Fatality Suicide Attempt Rate
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