Rainy River residents get more addictions and mental health help – CBC

Jun 12, 2017

People in the Rainy River district will have better access to mental health and addictions treatment when a new health centre opens in Fort Frances, Ont., this fall.

Mino Ayaa Ta Win will house two detox beds and eight residential treatment beds, the executive director of the Fort Frances Tribal Area Health Services told CBC.

The residential program will last 28 days and be based on Indigenous cultural teachings, Calvin Morrisseau said.

It will serve the Rainy River District, including 10 area First Nations.

Read More: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/thunder-bay/rainy-river-residents-get-more-addictions-and-mental-health-help-1.4154051

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