Philosophy The board of directors and staff of Cree Nations Treatment Haven believe that people are to be respected as unique individuals. Each person has the right to freedom of expression and autonomy, which can be acquired by risk-taking and confrontation in therapeutical environments. Cree Nations Treatment Haven utilizes the “Life Process” model of addiction treatment. This approach provides a client-directed outcome therapy approach which encourages a person to develop individualized treatment plans based on personal needs, situations, values, and beliefs.
Mission Statement Cree Nations Treatment Haven invites individuals on a personal journey to rediscover a life free from alcohol, drugs, and other addictive and compulsive behaviours. Our goal is to create a caring environment where guests can begin to take responsibility for themselves in a community atmosphere. We strongly encourage trust, confidence, self-esteem, and respect for all.
Individuals are invited to be honest with their feelings, to examine their attitudes in terms of past relationships, and commit themselves to personal growth through the establishment of short and long term goals.
Treatment Programs Cree Nations Treatment Haven offers a variety of different programming. These programs include residential inpatient, Matrix, and Opioid Treatment Program.
Cree Nations Treatment Haven Board of Directors:
Top Left: Billy Thomas, Chairperson, Witchekan Lake First Nation Top Right: Lizza Lachance, Member, Big River First Nation Bottom Left: Raymond Williams, Member, Ahtahkakoop First Nation Botton Right: Peter Saskabow, Member, Pelican Lake First Nation