Over 49 Years of ServiceAs of February 21, 2021, the Native Addictions Council of Manitoba has been in operation for 49 years.
Vision StatementHolistic healing of mind, body and spirit for all.
MissionThe mission of the Native Addictions Council of Manitoba is to provide Traditional Healing Services to First Peoples through the holistic treatment of addictions. The belief of NACM is that each person has the right to Healing, Safety and Wellness.
AccreditedThe Native Addictions Council of Manitoba is an Accredited Health Service Provider. NACM has been accredited since 2000 and our current accreditation runs from 2018 through 2022.
Certified Counsellors/SpecialistsThe Native Addictions Council of Manitoba Addictions Counsellors and Specialists are certified by national and international bodies. They are certified by the Indigenous Certification Board of Canada and by CCPC Global.
Culturally Relevant Programming
The Native Addictions Council of Manitoba is an Indigenous owned and operated treatment centre that directly targets the chemical dependency and compulsion challenging First Peoples in Manitoba and throughout Canada. Our Staff, Management and Board of Directors all have firsthand experience in dealing with the same challenges that face our relatives It is by understanding our program participants that we may more effectively aid them in their healing and recovery.
The Native Addictions Council of Manitoba held it's 47th Annual Assembly in Scanterbury, MB.
- Agenda of the 47th Assembly.
- Report from Board Chair Chief Cathy Merrick.
- Report from the Executive Director.
- Report from Independent Auditor.
February 21, 202149th ANNIVERSARY OF NACM.
February 21, 202048th ANNIVERSARY OF NACM.
October 3, 2019Annual Walk for Sobriety held at Birds Hill Park.
June 1, 2019The Cannabis Education Project begins.
February 21, 201947th ANNIVERSARY OF NACM.
November 19-21, 2018National Addictions Awareness Week at NACM building.
September 18, 2018Annual Walk for Sobriety held at Birds Hill Park.
May 24, 20186th Annual Health Fair held at Sinclair Park Community Centre 10 am - 3 pm.
February 21, 201846th ANNIVERSARY OF NACM.
November 13-17, 2017National Addictions Awareness Week will be held at NACM building.
October 17, 2017Annual Walk for Sobriety held at Birds Hill Park.
June 23, 20175th Annual Health Fair held at Thunderbird House 10 am - 3 pm.
February 21, 201745th ANNIVERSARY OF NACM.
November 14-18, 2016National Addictions Awareness Week held at NACM building.
September 26, 2016Annual Walk for Sobriety held at Birds Hill Park.
May 12, 20164th Annual Health Fair held at Indian Metis Friendship Centre.
February 21, 201644th ANNIVERSARY OF NACM, Annual Assembly
November 2015 (3rd Week)National Native Addiction Awareness Week.
May 27, 20153rd Annual Health Fair held at Freight House Recreation Centre.
February 21, 201543rd ANNIVERSARY OF NACM