Recovery from Chemical Dependency and Freedom From Domestic Violence
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de - apiichide’ eyaan
de - apiichinibwaakaayaan
Translated into Ojibwe by Rick Gresczyk and Jim Clark
The Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe Addictions and Dependencies (A & D) Program is responsible for providing assessment and treatment for substance use disorders, and domestic violence prevention services for Leech Lake Band members and other Native American people residing on the Leech lake Reservation.
It is the goal of the Leech lake A & D Program to promote recovery and wellness for individuals, families, and communities through empowerment and freedom from violence and chemical abuse/dependency in a culturally sensitive environment while utilizing community resources when available to help achieve this goal.
The Human Services Division is committed to the Ojibwe communities well-being with holistic, integrated, community based services that offer hope, encouragement and inspiration to individuals, families and communities.
Our team of professional counselors is available to assist clients with developing concrete plans to help begin and build recovery in a culturally specific treatment setting while adhering to Rule 31 treatment standards for the delivery of treatment services.
Scheduling an Appointment
We offer Chemical Health Assessments via Rule 25 Assessment to the membership of the Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe seeking substance abuse/chemical dependency treatment for whatever reason.
Please contact the Rule 25 Assessment Unit at: (218) 335-8382 to schedule an appointment.
Licensure & Accreditations
- Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe
- American Indian Advisory Council
Counselor Licensure & Certifications
- Upper Midwest Indian Council on Addictive Disorders (U. M. I. C. A. D.)
- The Minnesota Board of Behavioral Health and Therapy – LADC Program
- Civil Commitments & Rule 25 assessments & recommendations for various levels of treatment
- Culturally specific treatment programming
- Outpatient, Methadone Support and Relapse Prevention, Recovery Maintenance, Family Violence
- Prevention for adults and adolescents
- Residential Halfway House for men and women
- Group therapy, individual sessions, and family counseling services
- Integrated treatment approach for co-occuring disorders
- Sweat Lodge, Talking Circles, Cultural/Spiritual Advisor
- Transportation provided
Consolidated Chemical Dependency Treatment Fund (CCDTF)