About

The Brokenhead Ojibway Nation (BON) is a Treaty 1 Nation located northeast of the Winnipeg, Manitoba on Hwy. 59. The Brokenhead Ojibway Nation are a proud and thriving First Nation. We’re focused on providing education and opportunities that can help assure a positive tomorrow for our youth, our families and our Elders.

The Story of Our Name: Baaskaandibewiziibiing

HISTORY

Established in 1970, the program’s goals have been to help First Nation and Inuit communities to set up and operate programs aimed at reducing high levels of alcohol, drug and solvent abuse among on-reserve populations. There are 52 treatment centres throughout Canada with 4 treatment centres in Manitoba.

MISSION

To network with other First Nations’ resources to establish prevention, intervention, treatment, training, research & development of NNADAP programming and activities.

VISION

To have culturally appropriate services and resources to eliminate the effects of alcohol and drug abuse and dependency.

STAFF LISTING

Community Addictions Specialist
Delores Chief-Abigosis, B.S.W.
d.chiefabigosis@gmail.com
204-766-2213/ 204-485-0601

PROGRAMS/SERVICES
  • Individual Counselling
  • Assessments and After Care
  • Education, Prevention & Wellness
  • Referrals for treatment and other healing services are offered on an individual or group basis
  • Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) group
    • Mondays @ 7 pm- 12 step meeting
    • Tuesdays @ 2 pm- Big Book study
  • Narcotics Anonymous (NA) group
    • Wednesdays @ 7 pm
CONTACT

Health Centre
P.O. Box 88
1 Bison Drive East
Scanterbury, MB
R0E 1W0
Ph: 204-766-2740/ 204-766-2213/ 866-327-1211
Fax: 204-766-2634
d.chiefabigosis@gmail.com