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Native Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselling Association of Nova Scotia (NADACA)

This service is not administered by Nova Scotia Health Authority. Service Information may be incorrect and/or out of date. Confirm details with the service provider.

NADACA programming is designed to deal with all aspects of substance abuse, i.e. alcohol abuse, illicit drug abuse, prescription drug abuse and solvent abuse. Our mandate is to provide accredited certified indigenous addictions prevention, education, outreach, community and in-patient wellness programming to the First Nation population. 

Details and descriptions of our wellness programs, including inpatient treatment centers can be found on our website at 

In-Patient Treatment Centers: Mi'kmaw Lodge Treatment Centre (Eskasoni) and Eagles Nest Recovery House (Indian Brook)

WE WALK WITH YOU TOWARDS A NEW LIFE. Before we learn how to walk, we must first learn how to fall.

Our goal is to enhance physical, spiritual, emotional and social issues caused by alcohol and drug misuse. We provide our First Nations Communities with current best practices and community based culturally relevant programs which are delivered by certified addictions counsellors.

Accessing this Service

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Mi'kmaw Lodge Treatment Centre

70 Gabriel Street

Eskasoni, NS

Tel: (902) 379-2267

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Eagles Nest Recovery House

44 Eagles Nest Avenue

Sipekne’katik, NS

Phone: (902) 758-4277

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