Continuing Care

 

Nenqayni recognizes that treatment is not completed when a client graduates from one of our programs and that treatment it is an ongoing process consisting of community supports / services as well as continued support from our centre after our clients leave.  

Nenqayni Wellness Centre undertook an extensive research project in the area of continuing care in 2007.  The research conclusions and resulting recommendations addressed the needs of community workers and volunteers, focused on continuing care as a community-based service, outreach for communities, training for workers, communication, continuing care planning, culture and spirituality. The willingness and enthusiasm of staff and community participants made clear the shared core values of the stakeholders and the communities that comprise the centre.  

Today Nenqayni Wellness Center and Interior Health Authority work together and meet regularly for Community Networking meetings which are intended for referral workers, drug and alcohol workers and anyone in a position to help organize training and support for community workers who deal with addictions or mental health clients upon their return home from treatment facilities.  

With time, commitment and the collaborative efforts of staff Nenqayni has developed and implemented a system that nurtures the importance of building relationships with our clients while they are with us and is sustained over a period of time for continuing support. Our system provides a schedule to assist with regular contact with past clients from both the Family Alcohol and Drug Program and the Youth and Family Inhalant Program. Past clients may seek help / guidance by accessing our Continuing Care services pre and post treatment by calling the toll free number 1-888-668-4245. Nenqayni recognizes  technological advancements of today’s world and the impact of social media. We have implemented a variety of contact options and continue to review options so that Nenqayni can provide the best services possible to persons who attend the program. Today we make available the toll free number (see above), snail mail, fax and Facebook (closed group for past clients only). For information on joining the Facebook group contact the Continuing Care Coordinator.  

Working within the framework of accreditation which helps us to set high standards, Nenqayni Wellness Centre’s Continuing Care Program and ongoing community involvement assists in achieving better client health outcomes and providing benchmarks for other programs to follow.


Continuing Care Coordinator

The Continuing Care Coordinator assists clients in both the Family Program and Youth Program with preparing to leave treatment and reconnecting with their community. The coordinator also assists with our mobile program that travels to various local communities for specially designed programs. Our Continuing Care Coordinator may be contacted during regular business hours and will follow-up on messages left after hours. All clients are encouraged to use our toll free number for support when needed. Regular contact is made during the first year that an individual or family completes their treatment program at Nenqayni. 

Continuing Care Coordinator may be reached at 1-250-989-0301 extension 208 or toll free  1-888-668-4245. No email available at this time.

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Mission Statement

"To provide holistic healing to First Nations and Inuit youth, families, and communities in a safe and secure environment."

About Our Team

To achieve a safe team environment where employees respect one another, communicate effectively, and are able to efficiently carry out their duties and responsibilities” (Staff Purpose - Developed in 2011).

Staff are certified by the Canadian Council of Professional Certification and receive ongoing training relating to their positions and as required by accreditation and licensing.

Contact Us

P.O. Box 2529
Williams Lake, BC V2G 4P2
Phone: (250) 989-0301   
Fax: (250) 989-0307
Toll Free: 1-888-668-4245

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