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What is Wellbriety?

 

Working alongside the Peer Recovery Program is the Wellbriety Movement. Open to all Native Americans, this national program uses the Native American experience as its cornerstone and weekly meetings to talk about recovery, getting healthy and gaining understanding of our deeper meaning through tribal culture.

Using The Red Road to Wellbriety, a sobriety, recovery and wellness workbook for Native Americans written by Native Americans, the weekly Wellbriety meetings follow the teachings of the Native American Medicine Wheel and traditional 12-step programs like AA and NA.

Led by Emily Chorba, certified Wellbriety Firestarter coach, all meetings are drop-in and completely free. All Native Americans who are interested in understanding their relationship with alcohol, drugs and other compulsive behaviors are welcome.

The Meetings:
Every Tuesday from 5-6:30 p.m. ET
PHS Multipurpose Room
All meetings are anonymous


Are you ready to take the first step?

Call (269) 783-2476, email Emily.Chorba@PokagonBand-nsn.gov or reach out to us here. We are ready to help.