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National Aboriginal Addictions Awareness Week: Day 1

Welcome to National Aboriginal Addictions Awareness Week (NAAAW) taking place online from November 23-29. We want to present band members with ways they can reassess the way they think about substance use and people who use drugs. We want people to stay safe during the COVID-19 pandemic, so this year, our website and social media will be our main platforms to promote NAAAW. All content was created and curated by Splatsin’s Holistic Wellness Team.

Watch: Craft Corner How To Videos

Learn how to make traditional and non-traditional crafts with Community Mentor Outreach Worker, Jean Brown, and Holistic Wellness Practitioner, Denica Bleau.

Medicine Bag

Dream Catcher



Rose and advanced rose drawing

Mug Design

Peyote Stitch

Basic rose drawing

11:00 am – Wellbriety

Wellbriety is an Indigenous 12-Step based program. The program focuses on healing from trauma and addictions.

Monday – Friday  ||  11:00 AM


Meeting ID: 548-538-0164 // Password:488123

11:30 am – Opening Acknowledgements

Opening Acknowledgements and Territory Welcoming. Krystal Lezard (Syilx/ Okanagan Hand Drummer). Use the following ZOOM link to access presentations at the times posted above:

12:00 pm – Moms Stop the Harm

Personal Stories of Lived Experience and Advocacy

Use the following ZOOM link to access presentations at the times posted above:

1:00 pm – Tk’emlups Recovery Meeting


Meeting ID: 844 2845 8473

Monday – Friday Wellbriety – 1pm to 3 pm

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