Where there is hope, there is healing!
We Are a Culturally-based "away from home" TReatment centre for first nations youth
Treatment ranges between 10- 12 weeks for First Nation youth between the ages of 12 to 17 years of age + a cohort for 18-25 years of age.
Traditional Teachings and Healing Practices
The program operates through gender blocks, each intake alternating between male and female youth. The center services youth who are struggling with substance misuse.
The treatment program maintains a philosophy of traditional cultural teachings and healing practices. Through this lens, each of the four quadrants is addressed Physical, Mental, Emotional, and Spiritual, to promote healing of one’s entire being.
Intake /applications submit to: firstname.lastname@example.org
For support contact Leroy at: email@example.com
You have the option of completing the form in it’s entirety as a hard copy (print out and fill in) OR fill out using google forms- electronically (then the link).
Please be reminded that you still need to attach all documentation in the google forms- in the upload sections. So, take pictures to upload to this site, if this is the desired way you wish to submit your intake application. Example: Take photo of status card and upload in the appropriate sections.
Miigwetch/ Ya ^Kon, Anushiik,
Nimkee Nupigawgan Staff
Accreditation, Membership and Licensing
Nimkee NupiGawagan Healing Centre (NNHC) is accredited by the Canadian Accreditation Council by meeting standards of excellence in “Group Care Program” with Aboriginal & Intensive Treatment. Our Centre is a member of the Youth Solvent Addiction Committee and maintains a Children’s Residential Operating License under the Child & Youth Services Act. The Ministry of Child & Youth Services completes an annual license review and all our employees regularly and successfully complete a Vulnerable Sector Check with the Police. NNHC is committed to ensuring the safety and wellbeing of those within the Centre’s care including the youth and our staff. NNHC’s goal is to empower First Nations/Indigenous youth, families and communities through culturally based wholistic treatment services.