T-shirts decorated for National Addictions Week were on display in Kwah Hall.

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Thanks to those involved in National Addictions Awareness Week


We celebrate National Addictions Awareness Week annually and this year’s event has been very successful. I would like to take this opportunity to thank all those who participated in National Addictions Awareness Week Campaign in November 19 -23, 2012.

This year’s NAAW participants included:  Nak’azdli Health Centre Staff, David ColterJohn, Nak’azdli Alternate Justice Centre Staff, Northern Health Mental Health and Addictions Staff, Nak’azdli Youth Centre Staff, Toni Dagenais, Sue Williams, Anna Waddell, and Cathy Wickes

Thank You to Nak’azdli Youth Councils and Anita Prince for their help with Real Life Stages Play.

Many thanks to the students and teachers of Nak’al bun Elementary School, David Hoy Elementary School, and Fort St. James Secondary school for their participation, creativity and their powerful messages in their T-shirts design.

To our generous donors:  Khas T’an Outdoor Adventure, Silver Springs Country Recreation and Wellness, Nak’azdli Health Centre and Nak’azdli Chief & Council.

Last but not least, thank you to the community members of Nak’azdli and Fort St. James.



Maria C. Riske/Nak’azdli Community Wellness

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