NACM Logo Cropped

NATIVE ADDICTIONS COUNCIL OF MANITOBA

We are a Registered Charitable Organization.

Make a positive difference by donating to NACM today.

Native addictions council of Manitoba

Events & Resources

Learn about our healthy living events and support resources

Sage for Smudging
Sage Bundles

Native addictions council of manitoba

Events & Resources -

NACM is proud to host and partake in events celebrating a healthy, addiction-free lifestyle.

Learn about our past, current, and future events, and gain access to additional resources provided by both NACM and third-party providers.

Native addictions council of manitoba

Promotional Material -

Want to help spread awareness of our initiatives?

Feel free to download our promotional material and share it with your network.

NATIVE ADDICTIONS COUNCIL OF MANITOBA​

Walk for Sobriety -

The Walk for Sobriety is a celebration of a healthy, addiction-free lifestyle. It began in 1991 as the “Run for Sobriety” that saw staff, program participants and volunteers run across Manitoba from the border of Ontario to the border of Saskatchewan. Over the years it has evolved into a day of walking, friendship, and lunch that takes place in late summer, depending on weather and site availability.

Pictured is the original Run for Sobriety in 1991. We ran across Manitoba in under 1 week to celebrate and raise awareness for Living Sober.

Pictured below is the walk that took place in Winnipeg, in 2009.

NATIVE ADDICTIONS COUNCIL OF MANITOBA​

NACM Anniversary -

The Native Addictions Council of Manitoba celebrates its beginnings in the early months of 1972. On notable years, NACM will hold an event to celebrate with the community.

Pictured is the 40th anniversary from 2012.

NATIVE ADDICTIONS COUNCIL OF MANITOBA​

Resources -

For additional resources and support tools that may assist you on your journey to recovery, please visit the links below:

TIPI Structure
CONNECT WITH US

The Native Addictions Council of Manitoba acknowledges that we reside on Treaty 1, the original lands of Anishinaabeg, Cree, Oji-Cree, Dakota, and Dene peoples, and on the homeland of the Métis Nation.

CONTACT US

© 2022 Native Addictions Council of Manitoba | Privacy Policy