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  • tsowtunlelum.org - Super Slogan
    Lantzville on Vancouver Island British Columbia Our facility is located on five acres of land over looking Nanoose Bay leased from the Nanoose First Nation Transformation Split Wolf With Human Hands Clients in treatment have realised that they have negative and positive personality traits Often times we allow animal instincts to dominate our lives We fail to control our appetites Treatment helps us turn away from all that is negative and seek out all that is good in our humanity The Split Wolf may be interpreted as the emergence of the human the good the positive side of the personality As well the hands may be seen along a vertical axis one pushing away from all negativity the other drawing toward everything positive The use of an earth tone red should be a rather obvious symbol the choice of the wolf design may not be quite so obvious On the West Coast wolves represent authority law and order and control Clients certainly will be seeking self control Also wolves are known for their intelligent co operation during their hunts Clients too will want to help each other as they search for their stronger self and healthier lives Everyone seeking treatment

    Original URL path: http://www.tsowtunlelum.org/ (2016-02-10)
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    abuse Kwunatsustul trauma HYG RHSW Contact us Job Postings Other Treatment Centres Facilities Map Facilities Map Location Facilities Map Home Location Thuy Namut substance abuse Kwunatsustul trauma HYG RHSW Contact

    Original URL path: http://www.tsowtunlelum.org/index.php?p=1_15_Location (2016-02-10)
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    ready to put substance abuse behind them Through carefully developed therapy experiences that build on existing strengths and aspirations each participant discovers their own unique pathway for continuing recovery from the effects of alcohol and drug abuse Included in the program structure are group and individual treatment experiences that promote Healthy lifestyle choices Healing of old wounds Building healthy relationships An increased sense of self worth Increased ability to master life s upsets The development of a life plan Freedom from past suffering Cultural identity and appreciation Learning new skills for effective living Developing an alcohol and drug free personality Admission Requirements First Nations people 19 years and older struggling with the effects of substance abuse are encouraged to apply Those seeking admission are requested to obtain the support of one of the following Drug and Alcohol Counselor Band Social Worker Community Service Worker and Community professional Application forms are available upon request by referral workers A comprehensive application package will be sent for completion by you and your referral worker Completed applications that include a written commitment of personal healing are carefully and respectfully reviewed by our treatment team Assignment to upcoming scheduled groups is made taking into consideration

    Original URL path: http://www.tsowtunlelum.org/index.php?p=1_5_Thuy-Namut-substance-abuse (2016-02-10)
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  • tsowtunlelum.org - Super Slogan
    on trauma This program is designed to address the multitude of Mental Health and Trauma issues being faced in community The program is holistic including traditional and contemporary methodologies the program addresses emotional mental physical and spiritual health and well being of First Nations Peoples Length of Program This is a four 4 week residential program To offer an intensive residential program the following Opportunities and experiences which permit individual and group sessions to facilitate the release of blocked emotions and unresolved trauma Consistent support for the validation of trauma and resolution The ability to identify the relationships between unresolved trauma and defense mechanisms coping devices survual techniques and destructive behavior The provision of impactful approaches and healthy practices for addressing the challenges of life and acquiring spiritual mental physical and emotional health and wellbeing Therapeutic sessions include Physical and sexual abuse healing Traditional ceremonies traditional healers and elders In house residential Elders on a weekly basis Welcome Home Ceremony Education Information sessions Group and Individual therapy role playing men s and women s groups psychological counseling and art therapy Daily journaling physical and recreational activities and craft activities Admissions and Assessment Each applicant to the program will meet basic

    Original URL path: http://www.tsowtunlelum.org/index.php?p=1_12_Kwunatsustul-trauma (2016-02-10)
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  • tsowtunlelum.org - Super Slogan
    abuse Kwunatsustul trauma HYG RHSW Contact us Job Postings Other Treatment Centres Facilities Map Facilities Map HONOURING YOUR GRIEF PROGRAM Please submit application as soon as possible Thank you Home Location Thuy Namut substance abuse Kwunatsustul trauma HYG RHSW Contact

    Original URL path: http://www.tsowtunlelum.org/index.php?p=1_17_HYG (2016-02-10)
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  • tsowtunlelum.org - Super Slogan
    and support before during and after the Truth and Reconciliation and Commemoration events assisted coordination handled by the Tsow Tun Le Lum Society Cultural Support Team The Cultural Support Team consists of spiritual elders and healers who live on Vancouver Island and provide the following services to survivors of Residential Schools and their families ceremony and spiritual support before during and after the Independent Assessment Process support with unresolved Common

    Original URL path: http://www.tsowtunlelum.org/index.php?p=1_10_RHSW (2016-02-10)
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    Treatment Centres Facilities Map Facilities Map Tsow tun Le Lum Society Substance and Abuse Treatment Centre PO Box 370 699 Capilano Road Lantzville BC V0R 2H0 Tel 250 390 3123 Fax 250 390 3119 email info tsowtunlelum org Home Location

    Original URL path: http://www.tsowtunlelum.org/index.php?p=1_6_Contact-us (2016-02-10)
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    Before during and after the process of resolving IRS claims Common Experience Payment ongoing process and appeals Community IRS information events Ongoing reporting and stats gathering for FNHA This position works with the RHSW team members and with considerable independence within the limitations of policy and procedures Position Requirements for Tsow Tun Le Lum Intimate familiarity with First Nations culture Good physical health Effective and dependable interpersonal and communication skills Respectful helpful and reassuring attitude Willing to obtain First Aide Training Willingness to role model a lifestyle free from alcohol and other mood altering drugs if a recovering alcoholic two 2 years of sobriety if a recovery addict two 2 years free of non prescription drugs Additional Requirements for RHSW Admin Assistant Fluent and advanced computer skills Strong organizational communication and team skills Some working knowledge of the history and impact of residential schools Self directed and ability to work independently Hearing Attendance and Travel Liaise with FNHA Regional staff to maintain an up to date schedule of hearings within Tsow Tun Le Lum s catchment area Secure Hotel accommodations and bookings as requested by the RHSW team and Program Director Organize travel arrangements as per RHSW team and Program Director requests CASUAL RECOVERY CARE WORKER Casual Recovery Care Workers 0 40 hours a week This position is responsible for the general supervision of the residents and the Centre during the appropriate shifts This position supports the counsellors management of residents This position is responsible for the security of the Centre and performing janitorial and administrative tasks related to the position The incumbent of this position will have a varying shift pattern on a casual basis 0 40 hours a week which may include weekends and nights Qualifications Knowledge of substance abuse addictions good physical health knowledge and experience in

    Original URL path: http://www.tsowtunlelum.org/index.php?p=1_3_Job-Postings (2016-02-10)
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