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The NADAP is one of the programs primarily managed directly by First Nations through contribution and/or transfer agreements with the First Nation Inuit & Health (FNIH), Health Canada.
Program supports the community to reduce the high levels of alcohol and other substance abuse within our population, building the capacity within the community to develop and deliver community based addictions services.
Most of the NADAP activities are included in the following four areas of emphasis:
This program has been in existance for over 25 + years in our community. N.A.D.A.P. is not affiliated with Alcoholics Annonymous, N.A.D.A.P. and Alcoholics Annonymous are not the same.
We Provide The Following Services:
WHY WE ARE HERE:
We are here because many of our people come to N.A.D.A.P. who seek help for their addictions. We also provide alternative arrangements to outside agenices and treatment centres within Manitoba.
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