HONOR Project

Partnerships for Native Health is implementing a new alcohol treatment project. We are collaborating with three Native communities in the western United States on one of the largest interventions for alcohol abuse ever conducted with Native people. Our study population consists of 400 American Indian and Alaska Native adults. Our goal is to determine whether a culturally tailored version of a treatment called contingency management, in which people receive rewards for abstaining from alcohol, can reduce alcohol abuse and lead to other positive outcomes.

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