Migisi Alcohol & Drug Treatment Centre

To guide and support Anishinaabe People in their journey to a holistic way of life.

Individual & Group Counseling

Individual Treatment Planning

Education & Awareness of the Process of Addictions

A.A & Anishinaabe Traditional Resources

12 Step and Medicine Wheel

Relapse Prevention and Aftercare Planning

Therapeutic Recreational Activities 

Traditional Practices and Holistic Healing

"My journey has been long and difficult. I seem to have lost my way; so, I decided to stop and rest here for awhile to ponder and ask for new directions. I will also lessen my load by taking with me only what I need, and leave the rest behind to make my journey easier." 

- Elder in Healing

Migisi's Facility

Migisi Alcohol & Drug Treatment Centre is a 14 bed facility, located on the lakefront of Matheson Bay on Wauzhushk Onigum First Nation Near Kenora, Ontario. We provide a warm & friendly community atmosphere with trained and dedicated staff to assist individuals in their healing journey, our facility is also equipped with handicap accessibility.

If you would like more information about Migisi Alcohol & Drug Treatment Centre please contact us. We welcome your inquiries.

Tours for groups or individuals can be arranged. 

Migisi is pleased to provide speakers and presentations to services clubs, employers, and education institutes.

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The History of The Migisi Alcohol & Drug Treatment Centre 

Our centre officially opened in July of 1989. The mission of Migisi has been to guide and support anishinaabe people in their journey in a holistic way. Migisi is funded by the Health & Welfare Canada/National Native Alcohol & Drug Abuse Program (NNADAP).

Please Note:

It has been the wish of our First Nations people that we do not accept two or more people from the same community for obvious reasons. 

Miigwetch!

The Intake Process

1. Submit a completed application to Migisi Alcohol & Drug Treatment Centre.

2. Applications are reviewed and assessed by our Centre's staff 2-3 weeks prior to each admission date.

3. Confirmation letters are sent to referral source for clients admission date (upon approval).

Priority will be given to members of the 28 First Nations of Treaty #3:

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Gallery

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(Front lobby)

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(Common area)

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(Bedrooms)

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(Bedroom washroom)

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(Laundry room)

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(Main lecture room)

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(Common area)

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(Bedroom closet space)

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(Bedroom shower)

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(Kitchen)

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Migisi Alcohol &
Drug Treatment 
Centre

Our centre officially opened its doors in July of 1989. The mission of Migisi has been to guide and support anishinaabe people in their journey in a holistic way. We provide a warm & friendly community atmosphere with trained and dedicated staff to assist individuals in their healing journey.

P.O. Box 1340
Kenora, Ontario
P9N 3X7

Phone: (807)-548-5959 
Toll Free: 1.888.223.2284
Fax: 807.548.2084
Email: migisitreatmentcentre@bellnet.ca