Native Horizons Centre “Phoenix rising” as program expands

Native Horizons residential treatment programs are back after restoration of the building. It opened last week. (Supplied Photos)

MISSISSAUGAS OF THE CREDIT FIRST NATION – The Native Horizons centre is seeing their “Phoenix rising” with not only a restoration but an expansion of programs and services at their rebuilt facility. Their residential treatment programs are back and will likely increase from six weeks to eight weeks in length. Just last week, the centre officially re-opened their doors after a devastating fire in 2018. After five years of group programs run in temporary office spaces in Six Nations, Native Horizons Treatment Centre celebrated their grand reopening on April 17, at their newly rebuilt centre in Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation. “Despite the difficulties, we have emerged stronger and more resilient, transitioning from a period of uncertainty into a new era of hope and healing,” said a message from…

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