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2002 Native American Calender Flyer

WALKING A GOOD PATH, an inspiring and educational calendar for Native Americans/Alaska Natives, is now available from the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), National Institutes of Health. Each month features compelling photos and insightful quotes from Indian Country, as well as useful information about drugs of abuse and their health effects, drug addiction, prevention, and treatment.

Ideal for use in schools, community centers, health care and treatment centers, and at home, this free calendar can be yours, in any quantity, by calling the National Clearinghouse for Alcohol and Drug Information toll-free at 1-800-729-6686 and requesting publication #AVD143. Walking a Good Path can also be downloaded below...

Download your free calendar in pdf format. [pdf format 1.3 MB]
Also available in a zip archive [1.3 MB]

If you encounter problems getting this file to show up in your browser window, try downloading it to your computer (right click, Save As...) and open it with the Acrobat Reader application.

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