Developed in Manitoba, this program is rooted in traditional teachings of our Indigenous Nations and communities. This program was seeded and grew on Treaty 1, 2, and 5 Territories, original lands of Anishinaabeg, Cree, Oji-Cree, Dakota and Dene peoples, and the Homeland of the Métis Nation. Key to this program is acknowledging the ongoing ramifications of colonial practice and a commitment to Indigenous knowledge and traditional healing approaches.
Bringing together a group of partners to sit on a project advisory committee, input and feedback was provided by Manitobans working within the disability, addictions, justice, and self-advocacy communities. We are thankful for their guidance we have received, and look forward to continuing to learn from everyone at the training sessions and everyone in the treatment groups. Members of this committee include:
Incorporated in 1983 to support individuals with intellectual disabilities and/or fetal alcohol spectrum disorder who are in conflict with the law. Focused on individual well-being and community safety through active programming.
Academic education and research department for those working to enhance the lives and well-being of others.
Incorporated in 2005 to support individuals with neurodevelopmental disorders such as fetal alcohol spectrum disorder with wholistic, lifelong care and Indigenous Spiritual Care Services. Includes services for persons not otherwise eligible for governmental support funding.
Working for the past 60 years in providing advocacy on human rights issues and systems navigation for children and adults with disabilities.
Providing quality pharmaceutical care and community health supports in Winnipeg, including experience providing medical services to individuals with disabilities and complex health needs.
Established in 2003 to prevent recidivism and help those in conflict with the law find a healthy path in life by incorporating cultural understandings and traditional teachings to a restorative justice approach.
Providing a diverse range of supports in a variety of settings, including day programming, residential settings, and clinical services. Services are responsive and individualized to foster the hopes and dreams of people and their communities.