MACSI (Metis Addictions Council of Saskatchewan) aims to rise to the challenge of meeting the diverse needs of Saskatchewan citizens. MACSI strives to enhance cultural programming through Elder support, cultural teachings, attendance at community cultural events and participating in cultural recreation and leisure pursuits. MACSI operates three treatment centers located in Prince Albert, Regina and Saskatoon.
MACSI’s mission is to empower individuals to make healthy choices in communities through a continuum of addictions services, including education, treatment and aftercare to restore a balanced, harmonious, productive lifestyle.
MACSI offers a variety of addictions support services, including Inpatient Treatment as a 28-day option for adults, Outpatient Services in form of counselling and referral, Day Programs and Field Services that provide education for youth and families.
MACSI’s programs are informed by Métis heritage, traditional Aboriginal teachings, the 12 step recovery model, Saskatchewan’s Clinical Principles for Alcohol and Drug Services, research findings and emerging trends in the field of substance addictions. Programs are holistic and designed to support Métis, First Nations and Non Aboriginal people seeking recovery and healing.