American Indian Changing Spirits is a community based Residential Recovery Program targeting American Indian men who suffer from alcohol and/or drug addiction. Changing Spirits is a non-profit program that does not discriminate and does not deny services based on race, ethnic background, religion, sexual orientation, national origin, or the ability to pay. A residency is expected to fully benefit from services provided by American Indian Changing Spirits.
Individuals with convictions or pending sentencing for domestic violence/violent crimes will be referred to an appropriate agency arson, crimes towards children and or sexual crimes.
A minimum of 48 hours without using alcohol or other drugs is required
before entering the program. Persons wishing to become participants are
requested to bring TB test results not older than six months.
The program is a 24-hour in house structured program. The program
provides residential recovery services in an alcohol and drug-free
facility. Physical exercise is an everyday program activity and
residents who are physically able are required to participate.
Residents of the American Indian Changing Spirits Alcohol and Drug Residential Recovery Program participate in a wide array of services designed to support
recovery. These services include Alcohol and Drug Education, One on One
Counseling, Relapse Prevention Groups, 12 Step Groups, Resident Council,
Recreation and Social Activities, Anger Management, Talking Circle, and
Resident rooms are shared with other residents and each is provided with
a bed and a small storage space for clothing and personal items.Do not bring excess items.
The facility lounge provides a communal leisure space for the residents
and also serves as the program education and group room.
Residents are assigned a case manager upon completion of all intake
forms. Program staff orientates residents to the program services,
orientation to the facility structure, and introductions to staff and
American Indian Changing Spirits is a dynamic culturally relevant alcohol and/drug
program that participates in outside cultural and community events.
Valid Picture Identification (Drivers license, State Issued Identification Card, Pictured Tribal Identification), and a Social Security Card.
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