The A/CDP specializes in educational presentations and curriculum in Head Start through grade 8. Prevention activities and support are the main focus of the program. This program has enabled us to get out into the community to help educate our people on how drugs and alcohol have affected their lives.
They provide cost effective home and community based alternatives for the care and protection of Òat riskÓ youth and families who are at risk of placement out of the home. The program operates on the premise that even the most troubled youth and families have strengths, capabilities, preferences, and values that can and must be fully developed.
Partridge house is an inpatient addiction program for NAtive Americans located in Akwesasne. The staff includes certified alcohol and substance abuse counselors who guide each participant in the healing process through educational lectures, individual counseling, and group psychotherapy. It is a program that provides gender-specific groups and a weekly family education group open to the community. In addition, each participant is introduced to the foundation of 12-step recovery and develops new coping to prepare for life daily stressors without restoring back to active addiction and self-destructive behaviors. There is also an eight-week curriculum to address self-discovery. Open 24/7.
Offers services for alcohol/chemically dependent individuals and individuals who have a compulsive gambling diagnosis. Services include: Drug/Alcohol Assessments, Compulsive Gambling Assessments, Outpatient Treatment, Compulsive Gambling Treatment, Aftercare Services, Codependency Treatment, Relapse Prevention Treatment and Nicotine Dependence Treatment. The Outpatient Office is also able to make referrals to other agencies inpatient, outpatient and detox if needed. Therapies used are 12-step based counseling, cognitive behavioral and motivational interviewing. Weekdays, 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
To provide confidential services to strengthen, support and protect Onkwehonwe and their families in all stages of life for seven generations by providing the knowledge and the tools needed to become independent and self-empowered, incorporating traditional values, language and culture.