The SERDC mental wellness program provides case management, training, program development, and outreach to members of the Southeast Tribal Council. We work in partnership with Manitoba Keewatinowi Okimakanak (MKO) and other mental health/addictions services to provide long-term support following a crisis in-community.
Indian Residential School / Indian Day School Program
The IRS / IDS program is designed to support former students and their families who are members of the southeast tribal council.
Professional counselling services are provided by credited mental health service providers. This service is coordinated by our IRS/IDS Resolution Health Support Worker(s).
Emotional support services are provided by our IRS/IDS Resolution Health Support Worker(s) to eligible former IRS/IDS students and their families.
Cultural support providers are responsible to provide cultural support to former IRS and IDS students and their families. We offer cultural and ceremonial supports through traditional teachings including sweat lodge ceremonies, sharing circles, pipe ceremonies, cultural camps, land-based workshops, sundances, grieving and loss sessions, life skills sessions, traditional parenting, naming ceremonies, and other ceremonies as requested.
Marie Walker, IRS/IDS Resolution Health Support Worker
National Native Addiction Drug Alcohol Program
The National Native Addiction Drug Alcohol Program (NNADAP) Program assists SERDC First Nations members to provide advisory support aimed at preventing, intervening, and providing pre and post-treatment of addictions; including substance abuse of alcohol and other drugs, solvents, gambling, tobacco, and other addictive behaviors.
Our Tribal NNADAP Coordinator offers a variety of in-person training and support services.
- Prevention, intervention and harm reduction
- Research and development
Joyce Clarke, Tribal NNADAP Coordinator
Mental Wellness Outreach
Our mental wellness outreach work involves collaboration with various community service providers to support continuity of care to community members with both mental health and addiction issues. The collaboration of care includes MKO’s crisis response team and community resource teams.
Our team includes a Mental Wellness Outreach Worker whose role is to coordinate treatment and continuity of care plans for First Nation clients. We assist individuals with advocacy, services and support, while engaging them to participate.
To inquire about any of our services, or to connect with a staff person, call the general line at the Southeast Wellness Lodge:
225 Masters Ave, West St. Paul