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Methamphetamines

Our Health
Health information specific to American Indian and Alaska Native people

Consumer Health Resources for Native American/Alaska Native Health and Methamphetamines

Office of Minority Health, HHS

Results from the OMHRC Knowledge Center Catalog.

Perceptions of Methamphetamine Use In Three Western Tribal Communities: Implications For Child Abuse In Indian Country

Tribal Law and Policy Institute

Perceptions on the use of methamphetamines and the implications for children in their communities provided by tribal professionals working in the areas of law enforcement, social services, tribal courts, probation, domestic violence, services for children, Head Start, mental health, prosecution, juvenile justice, housing, addictions, and tribal committees. (PDF, 817 KB)

Our Stories
American Indians and Alaska Native people share their personal health experiences

"G" Methamphetamine on the Navajo Nation

Tuba City Regional Health Care Corporation Health Promotion/Disease Prevention Program

These videos provide personal testimony from Navajo methamphetamine addicts, recovering addicts, criminal investigators, and doctors, to allow the viewer to see and hear their stories about methamphetamine addiction.  Videos were created in 2004 by Sheephead Films.

Gail's Story
Officer Greg Adair
Norman's Story
Dr. Thomas Drouhard
Micki's Story
Clifford's Story
Telena's Story
Terrance's Story
Navajo Nation Vice President Frank Dayish Jr.
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For Researchers, Health Professionals, and Educators
Tools for American Indian and Alaska Native people health

Native Americans and Methamphetamines

National Library of Medicine

Journal citations from MEDLINE/PubMed

Perceptions of Methamphetamine Use In Three Western Tribal Communities: Implications For Child Abuse In Indian Country

Tribal Law and Policy Institute

Perceptions on the use of methamphetamines and the implications for children in their communities provided by tribal professionals working in the areas of law enforcement, social services, tribal courts, probation, domestic violence, services for children, Head Start, mental health, prosecution, juvenile justice, housing, addictions, and tribal committees. (PDF, 817 KB)

Researcher Resources for Native American/Alaska Native Health and Methamphetamines

Office of Minority Health, HHS

Results from the OMHRC Knowledge Center Catalog.

General Health Information about Methamphetamines

Life or METH?

Meth (Methamphetamine)

Partnership for Drug-Free Kids

Meth Project

The Meth Project - Partnership for Drug-Free Kids

Methamphetamine in MedlinePlus

National Library of Medicine

Voluntary Guidelines for Methamphetamine Laboratory Cleanup

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

(PDF, 3.6 MB)