National Native Drug and Alcohol Abuse Program
Native Alcohol & Drug Abuse Program (NNADAP) is a community based program funded from Health Canada since 1970's. NNADAP Program is to help and assist community members who are struggling with their addictions and to promote healthy living lifestyle within the community.
The National Native Alcohol and Drug Abuse Program (NNADAP) helps set up and operate addiction programs to reduce and prevent alcohol, drug and solvent abuse within our community.
The NNADAP workers are mandated to provide supportive and assistance role in all phases of planning, development and the delivery of program and policy implementation designed to educate, prevent and alleviate the tendency of abuse.
Provide Educational process on prevention, and awareness on the effects of alcohol and drug abuse at the school and community level, assessment referrals and after care services.
NNADAP program is open to anyone that is seeking help. We provide case conferences, one on one counselling sessions.
If you need more information about NNADAP Program, please feel free to contact us at (204) 456-2404.
Theresa Taylor, NNADAP Coordinator
Virginia Monias, NNADAP Counsellor
Sharon Little, NNADAP Counsellor
Our main target is to deliver the program to the community of Garden Hill First Nation, which focuses on prevention and intervention.
AA Meetings will be held at the Health Resource Centre every Wednesday nights at 7 pm. and Tele-Health AA meeting at the Nursing Station every Thursday nights at 7 pm. If you have any questions, you can call Virginia or Sharon.
HEALTH RESOURCE CENTRE
P.O Box 584
Island Lake, Manitoba