Culturally Sensitive Substance Use Prevention Programs Benefit Youth

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Culturally Sensitive Substance Use Prevention Programs Benefit Youth

Findings from a meta-analysis show that culturally sensitive prevention programs are effective in preventing or reducing substance use among Black, Hispanic/Latine, and Native American adolescents.

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