Long-Term Residential Treatment Program

Type of Service

Residential Treatment - Addictions

Program Description

Ka-Na-Chi-Hih is a 12-bed long-term treatment program for First Nations males between 18 and 30 years old, throughout Canada, whose lives are affected by solvent abuse. The holistic program uses traditional and contemporary models of treatment that embraces the emotional, mental, physical and spiritual components that make one whole. Educational program is offered in both phases with a special education teacher on-site. The program currently consists of two treatment phases. Phase I: The "Core Group Program" is designed to educate the clients in addition to one on one counselling sessions. Phase II: The "Individualized Treatment Plan" is geared towards meeting the client's specific needs. The initial assessment is completed by the referring agent, the information followed by pre-treatment interview(s) will determine if the participant is suited for the treatment program. A voluntary commitment and a willingness to participate in the healing process are required. For further information regarding programming, please feel free to contact the treatment coordinator or the intake worker.

Program Restricted To

Indigenous Peoples

Access Information

Individuals must be solvent-free for 5 days. Must be Canadian First Nation or Inuit. Client's use of solvents must have become habitual. Must be medically stable. It is preferred that medicals, addiction, and mental health assessments be completed prior to arriving at the program.

User Costs

Program Cost No
Additional Cost No

Referral Contact Information

Phone 807-625-8351
Toll-Free 888-863-1560
Fax 807-623-5588

Clients Served

Gender Male
Age 18 to 30 years of age.
Catchment Canada
Wheelchair Access Yes


Policy Allowed
Note Supervised when smoking. Cigarettes and lighters handed in.

Application Referral Forms




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