Montana sisters help peers stop using drugs

June 6, 2017 Julie Miller

Kaiser Health News

There’s a narrative about the meth epidemic in Montana that says the state tackled the problem in the 2000s yet it’s back with a vengeance because of super labs and drug cartels in Mexico. Within the Fort Belknap Indian Community, though, it never really went away.

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