Resource: Culturally Responsive Pathways to Peer Programming in Tribal Communities

This brief (PDF, 30 pages) discusses traditional approaches to peer recovery support services (PRSS) in American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) Tribes and their role in sustaining Tribal substance use disorder (SUD) recovery today. The brief describes the history of PRSS in Tribal communities, explores the importance of cultural responsiveness in peer programming, and shares examples of best practice-models of intervention. Learn more (PDF, 30 pages).