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Alcohol Use and Increasing Contraception Effectiveness

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Native-Changing High-risk Alcohol Use and Increasing Contraception Effectiveness Study

Native CHOICES is a randomized controlled trial of an adapted intervention to reduce the risk of alcohol exposed pregnancies in American Indians and Alaska Natives (AI/ANs). We will enroll 350 AI/AN women living on the Cheyenne River Sioux Indian Reservation in South Dakota who are 18-44 years old, have risky drinking behaviors, are not currently pregnant but are able to become pregnant, and are sexually active but not using effective contraception.

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Behavioral - Native-CHOICES

Native CHOICES is a behavioral intervention for prevention of prenatal alcohol exposure in women at high risk for alcohol-exposed pregnancies. The intervention uses motivational interviewing and cognitive-behavioral strategies, and targets adoption of effective contraception and reduction of alcohol use.

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Native-Changing High-risk Alcohol Use and Increasing Contraception Effectiveness Study

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NCT03930342

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