Provided by: Leading Thunderbird Lodge
Provides selected graduates of the residential treatment program with an opportunity to continue and complete their secondary education, gain work experience, and enhance their life skills. Residents continue their healing journey supported by cultural teachings and programming.
First Nations and Inuit male youth between the ages of 16 - 25 years old with a minimum grade 9 education level who have completed the residential treatment program. Youth are expected to: - remain substance free, - support peers in residence, - contribute to the overall maintenance of the house, - complete the limited stabilization period prior to moving into the Pēkiwēwin house.
Visit the website to complete the Resident Intake Form.
Contact for more information.
Leading Thunderbird Lodge
555 Fort San Road
Fort San SK
Fort Qu' Appelle SK S0G 1S0
- Eugenie Lavallee Memorial Scholarship
- Outreach Programming
- Pēkiwēwin House
- Residential Treatment Program
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