Mental Health and Wellness Program

Program Description

This program is designed as a community-based assessment, referral and support program for Indigenous and Non-indigenous people desiring to improve their quality of life by moving away from addiction.

The program also provides alternatives to alcohol and substance abuse through family and community-based activities and events which promote a healthy lifestyle.


Goals of the Program:

  • To promote healthy lifestyles free from alcohol, drugs, and gambling within the Indigenous Community;
  • To promote healthy alternatives to alcohol, drugs and gambling;
  • To promote a culturally appropriate system of addiction treatment services and programs for Indigenous people with addiction issues.
  • To provide education and information on addictions and provide the necessary support to promote and encourage quality of life.
  • To assist clients in making connections with resources and community-based programming.


Services Provided

  • Community Agency Referrals
  • Assessments
  • Relapse Prevention
  • One on One Goal Setting
  • Life Skills Workshops
  • Advocacy
  • Referrals to Treatment Centres
  • Traditional Options for Treatment
  • Educational programming
  • Outreach


Brittany Chevrier – Mental Health and Wellness Worker

(705)472-2811 Ext. 217