Holistic healing of mind, body and spirit for all.
The mission of N.A.C.M. is to provide traditional healing services to our people through holistic treatment of addictions.
Executive Summary 2014 - To be posted soon.
42 Years of service providing traditional healing service to the First People of Canada through holistic treatment of addictions.
The last big celebration for N.A.C.M.'s Anniversary was held on March 23, 2012 at the Marlborough Ramada Hotel, N.A.C.M. celebrated 40 years of service. There was a formal dinner and entertainment was provided. The entertainment featured Free Ride, the Norman Chief Memorial Dancers. The M.C. for the evening was Gerry "The Big Bear" Barrett. Others in attendance, whom N.A.C.M. appreciated were clients, workers, and invited guests. Thank you to all those who participated. A special thank you to Kevin Chief MLA for Point Douglas, and to Kevin Lamoureux MP for Winnipeg North.
Please click on the photos below to see larger pictures of the 40th Anniversary Celebration.
For 42 years (as of February 21, 2014) N.A.C.M. has been providing wholistic treatment of addictions for First People of Canada.
As part of our "10 Year Plan" (which was derived in 2009), N.A.C.M. is currently seeking donations for expansion plans, which will - not only- provide a safer location for all participants, workers, and visitors to N.A.C.M., but the building itself will be environmentally friendly and a green project. The structure that is planning on being built will not only be wind proof, mold proof and fire proof, but will also utilize wind-energy, solar-energy and geo-thermal energy.
If you or your organization would be interested in learning more about these plans, please email email@example.com or if you would be interested in donating to our building fund, or any of the specific programs that we offer, please click the donate button at the top of this page or click below to donate through CanadaHelps.org>
Adopted by N.A.C.M.'s Governing Council May 2011
"That the Native Addictions Council of Manitoba hereby adopts the Canadian Centre for Philantrophy's Ethical Fundraising and Financial Accountability Code as its policy. In so doing, members of the governing council commit to being responsible custodians of donated funds, to exercise due care concerning the governance of fundraising and financial reporting, and to ensure to the best of their ability that the organization adheres to the provisions of the code. It is hereby confirmed that each member of the governing council has received a copy of the Ethical Fundraising & Financial Accountability Code and that a copy will also be provided to each person who is subsequently elected to the governing council."
N.A.C.M.'s Position Paper on Prescription Drug Misuse
N.A.C.M. Position Paper on Prescription Drug Misuse