Connecting to a New Life

Krol, Debra Utacia
May 2004
American Indian Report;May2004, Vol. 20 Issue 5, p22
Provides information on Native American Connections (NAC), the largest private social services agency serving Indian Country. Services offered by the agency; History of NAC; Purpose of the agency.


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