Ka-Na-Chi-Hih is a 12 bed, long-term treatment program for chronic solvent abusers; in which a client may stay in our program for a minimum of 6 months and up to two years. Chronic solvent abusers are defined as those who have been abusing solvents daily, at least for a period of one year and which this use if affecting their life socially, physically, emotionally and spiritually. The program serves First Nation Male Youth between the ages of 16 to 25, from across Canada. Our programming is holistic in nature and we use traditional as well as contemporary models of treatment to help our clients deal with their habitual use of solvents.Ka-Na-Chi-Hih provides Solvent Abuse Education to communities, schools, parents and support workers upon request. A booth consisting of Ka-Na-Chi-Hih and Solvent Abuse information is set up at local events and forums, on occasion. Ka-Na-Chi-Hih provides Crisis Intervention services to communities and families when an emergency arises.
Ka-Na-Chi-Hih Specialized Solvent Abuse Treatment Centre
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