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Nebraska Urban Indian Health Coalition provides culturally-relevant substance abuse services to Native Americans located in the Aberdeen Indian Health Services Area, extending treatment to individuals living North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, and Iowa. Services include evidence-based treatments options such as individual and group counseling, client evaluation, drug and alcohol education, 24-hour supervision and more. Clients are encouraged to participate in spiritual and cultural activities such as the Inipi (sweat lodge) ceremony. Clients must be 18 years of age or above and enrolled with a federally recognized tribe. Clients outside the Aberdeen Area may be considered for treatment.
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