Two Sisters Try To Tackle Drug Use At A Montana Indian Reservation

Charmayne Healy (l) and Miranda Kirk (r), co-founders of the Aaniiih Nakoda Anti-Drug Movement, have helped Melinda Healy, center, with their peer-support programs.

With a lack of treatment options at the Fort Belknap reservation, the pair has sparked a grassroots response to substance abuse by creating peer support groups – the only choice for many seeking help.

(Image credit: Nora Saks/MTPR)

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