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Lummi Nation celebrates new detox center

7-bed center will support tribal members facing fentanyl addiction

Lummi Indian Business Council Chairman Anthony Hillaire and Rosalie Scott look up at the colorful sign for the New Life Center.
Lummi Indian Business Council Chairman Anthony Hillaire and Rosalie Scott look up at the sign for the New Life Center after it is unveiled April 27. The center is part of an effort to combat the fentanyl epidemic. (Finn Wendt/Cascadia Daily News)
By Julia Lerner Staff Reporter
The Lummi Nation celebrated the grand opening of the New Life Center, a temporary “stabilization a

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