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Native Treatment Centers in Saskatchewan

Last updated on: Tuesday, 5 March 2024

Substance use is a significant problem among the Native and Indigenous peoples of Canada. There are excellent resources to consider, and many offer cultural support. This page provides rehab centers for the First Nations in Saskatchewan to help you or your loved one get help. The list gives access to drug detox, inpatient drug rehab and outpatient rehab in the Saskatchewan area. Some of the addiction services below have First Nations and Inuit accreditations and are Registered Canadian Charitable Organizations.

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List of Indigenous Treatment Centres

The information below will help you on how to find an aboriginal substance abuse treatment in Saskatchewan. The list could be incomplete, so if you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact us at 1-877-254-3348.

Date of Review: 19 September 2023

Sakwatamo Lodge is a substance use treatment program. After examining the website, we found that it is based on the bio-psycho-social cultural model. It is a 42-day residential treatment program…

Rehab Settings

– Residential
– Residential Long-Term
– Substance Abuse Treatment

Services Offered

– Aftercare

People Served

– Adults
– First Nation

Accreditations

– Official Canadian Substance Use Treatment Centres for First Nations and Inuit

P.O. Box 3917, Melfort, SK

Date of Review: 19 September 2023

Metis Addictions Council of Saskatchewan Inc., Prince Albert, is a community-based addiction agency. After reviewing the website, we found that the Prince Albert location has an inpatient program that lasts…

Rehab Settings

– Detox
– Outpatient
– Residential
– Residential Short-Term
– Substance Abuse Treatment

Services Offered

– Aftercare
– Drug Prevention and Education
– Holistic
– Relapse Prevention
– Substance Abuse Counselling
– Substance Abuse Counselling for Individuals
– Substance Abuse Group Counselling
– Twelve-Step

People Served

– Adults
– First Nation

Accreditations

– Registered Canadian Charitable Organization

Professional Staff: Lori Skjeie, Masters of Educational Foundations, BEd | Director of Mental Health and Addictions

334-19th Street East, Prince Albert, SK

Date of Review: 19 September 2023

Athabasca Health Authority, Addiction Services provides healthcare services to the northernmost communities of Saskatchewan. After examining the website, we found that the addiction programs offer inpatient treatment, community addiction recovery…

Rehab Settings

– Outpatient
– Substance Abuse Treatment

Services Offered

– Aftercare
– Holistic

People Served

– Adolescents
– Adults
– First Nation
– Pregnant Women

Accreditations

– Official Canadian Substance Use Treatment Centres for First Nations and Inuit

Medical Staff: Taiwo Olubanwo, RPN, B/AMLS, MLS, MPH | Director, Mental Health & Addictions

Box 124, Black Lake, SK

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  • What is a drug rehab center for First Nations?

    These drug rehab centers focus on treating Indigenous and First Nations with culturally appropriate methods and counseling geared to the issues they struggle with while addicted to drugs or alcohol. The counseling and treatment methodologies are specific.

  • What type of treatment methodologies are offered to First Nations?

    Much of the same as any other drug rehab program, besides treatment methodologies being culturally specific. These programs may offer 12-step facilitation and behavioral therapies, such as cognitive behavioral therapy and individual or group counseling.

  • What types of substance use treatment facilities are available for First Nations?

    Depending on the province, First Nations individuals can find detox programs, outpatient centers, residential drug rehab, group meetings, and aftercare support options. Every province is different, and local First Nations communities operate most programs with funding received from the federal government.

  • Want to know more?

    The questions from DrugRehab.ca’s “Ask a Professional” are answered by Nickolaus Hayes. If you need further clarification on any of the questions above or have any other questions you can contact him directly at N.hayes@drugrehab.ca.

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