Community Center

 

 

Here at Painted Horse, we are committed to supporting  Native American adults in the community in building their recovery skills and creating a safe space to engage in cultural activities by embracing our traditional ways. 

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Recovery Meeting & Events

At Painted Horse Recovery we embrace all paths to recovery.  We Have open alter Native American -based AA/NA meetings, Wellbriety, 12 step NA/AA, these meetings are open to all people of the medicine wheel. We have closed alter cultural meetings that are culturally specific for the Native American/ Indigenous population.

There will be drumming, drum making,  taking care of the hides from the animals (our relatives) to make the drums, native based sobriety meetings, a place to connect with other Natives Americans on a similar journey that are walking the red road and healing from past traumas that we suffer from in the Native American community.  This recovery center is an alcohol and drug free space, to ensure safety for all who attend.  We are committed to assisting our community in finding a Native American based traditional way in obtaining and sustaining long term sobriety.