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Washington tribes look to Iceland for help getting teens off drugs

American Indian and Alaska Native residents have the highest rate of death from opioid overdoses in the state

A woven basket next to a blue pen holds purple ribbons and a note to raise awareness about overdosing.
A basket of purple ribbons to raise awareness about overdoses sits on the counter of the Lummi Nation offices in October 2023. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Grace Deng Washington State Standard
Washington tribal leaders are looking at an overseas model to combat the rise in opioid use among te
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