Cherokee Nation employee receives prevention counselor award

November 2008
Native American Times;11/7/2008, Vol. 14 Issue 94, p4
The article announces the Preventionist Service of the Year Award received by Sam Bradshaw, a counselor with Cherokee Nation Behavioral Health Services, from the Oklahoma Drug and Alcohol Professional Counselors Association.


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