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First Nation Drug Rehab Centers In Yukon

Many First Nations people seek out treatment that is close to home and operates using many of their traditional techniques and methods for healing a person physically and mentally. Drug and alcohol rehabilitation programs are now offering traditional treatments based on First Nations methods, and this has been helping a great number of people living throughout the territory. In the Yukon, there are just over five different drug and alcohol treatment facilities that are competent to provide programs, specifically for First Nations people and Inuit residents living in the territory. These programs are outpatient and residential treatment centers that are also able to provide programs for youth, men, and women of all ages who may be struggling with an addiction. These treatment programs for First Nations are located all over the territory in many different cities and are typically low-cost or no-cost treatment, but do offer private options for patients. The First Nations culture is deeply rooted and has many different traditions, many of which are involved in helping people heal and better their lives. Drug and alcohol treatment can be very effective in helping people overcome their addiction, and gain new life skills and abilities that can help them stay sober in his or her life.

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The information below will help you on how to find a First Nation drug & alcohol rehab center in Yukon. The list could be incomplete, so if you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact us at 1-877-254-3348.

List of First Nation Drug Rehabs in Yukon

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