Mothers Against METH Alliance

Mothers Against METH Alliance

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The mission of the Mothers Against Meth Alliance (M.A.M.A) is to provide competent and compassionate advocacy, community action, media outreach, drug education, and provide rehabilitation resources that reflect the traditions and customs of the Lakota Nakota, and Dakota people for all those affected by Methamphetamine addiction, their families, and their communities.

Reservation Methamphetamine Addiction is having a violent criminal impact in almost all our Oglala Sioux Tribal Families, Community and Districts.

M.A.M.A came out of a need, at the family and community level, to confront and address these many devastating impacts that this Meth use and distribution is having on tribal membership and the children of our tribes.

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Sandpiper / Line 3 Corridor

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