The Treatment and Support Services Project primarily works with the National Native Alcohol and Drug Abuse Program (NNADAP)
The Treatment and Support Services Project is a phased approach:
Phase I: Comprehensive Needs Assessment
Phase 2: Implementation of strategic recommendations and follow-up.
The program can offer a 20 day Outpatient Program followed by a 12 week Aftercare Program.
Photo Voice: There were two Photo Voice Projects with elders and youth. Two videos were developed and presented and given to the community;
4 C’ s Day Care :
Working with the 4C’s Daycare a calendar with messages relating to substance abuse from a child’s perspective where the children were featured.
Provided an opportunity for youth to participate in youth conferences, leadership activities, public speaking, and incentives to complete the 1 week project.
A program is being provided that utilizes community members to facilitate cultural activities for
the community. The Outreach worker provides the opportunity for individuals to attend ceremonies, activities, and teachings that are available.
Ongoing strategies to address the existing addictions that exist in the community are being developed .
Gatherings are ongoing to provide the community a time to get together and hear from individuals that are willing to share their transition from active addictions to a better way of life for them- selves and their families.
Twelve Step Groups:
Wednesday evening from 8:00—9:00 p.m. an Alcoholics Anonymous (A.A.) meeting is held at the Treatment and Support Services Building.
Thursday evenings from 7:30—8:30 p.m. a Narcotics Anonymous (N.A.) is held at the Treatment and support building.