Community, Research, and Health: The Work of William Freeman

Oct 31st, 2013 | By | Category: 25-2: Tribal and Behavioral Health, Health & Wellness, Profiles
By Barbara Ellen Sorensen

William Freeman is well-known in Indian circles. Though non-Native, he has spent all of his adult life advocating for better healthcare for American Indians. His impact on behavioral health at tribal colleges and universities (TCUs) has been broad and remarkably effective. TCJ PAID CONTENT


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