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IHS wants youth treatment center on D-Q University campus





The Indian Health Service wants to build a youth treatment center on part of the D-Q University campus in California.

The $17 million facility would take up 12 acres of the 642-acre campus. It would provide substance abuse services to Indian youth ages 12 to 17.

IHS is negotiating with D-Q University to buy the land. If everything works out, construction would begin within 18 to 24 months and the facility would open in mid-2004.

D-Q University, California's only tribal college, lost its accreditation 2005.

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DQU could see new life with treatment facility (The Woodland Daily Democrat 3/23)
Feds want D-QU land for rehab center (The Davis Enterprise 3/8)