Welcome to Nightwind Treatment Centre

Nightwind Treatment Centre (NWTC) serves youth ages 12 to 21. We offer a number of trauma-informed programs to support youth who are experiencing challenges. Through daily living, recreational activities and individual and group counselling, we believe that each youth can acquire the skills necessary to move on and be able to contribute productively in society. We work with each individual youth, their caseworker and their family (when appropriate) to develop a plan which will aid them in achieving their individual goals and planning for their future.

 

Kihew House, Sturgeon County

9-bed, Rural Treatment Program for young women ages 12-18
Treatment program supporting abuse history, substance abuse, conflict
Trauma-informed care integrated into the program
Indigenous cultural teachings and experiences as the foundation of treatment aligned with the medicine wheel and seven sacred teachings.

 

Grandmother Turtle House, Westlock

4-bed, Small Town TSIL Program for young women ages 15-21
Transition to Semi-Independent Living program
Trauma-informed care integrated into the program
Focus on daily living skills, school success, employment and transitioning to independence.

 

Thunderbird Landing, Tawatinaw Valley

6-bed, Rural Co-Ed Receiving Program for youth ages 12-18
Receiving program for youth in preparation for treatment
Trauma-informed care integrated into the program
Healing and skill-building through agricultural programming.