Indian Health Service The Federal Health Program for American Indians and Alaska Natives
Information on Alcohol and Substance Abuse
Risk factors are the environmental, experiential, or biological circumstances of a person or group that make it more likely that a person will develop a problem. Protective factors make it less likely that abuse and addiction will occur. Warning signs are signals that something may be wrong, that someone could be in danger, and that action may need to be taken.
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