Tarzana Treatment Centers recognizes the importance of connecting with communities we serve in alcohol and drug treatment
. We believe that a show of support for cultural activities through attendance and involvement allows us to provide better treatment to individuals. We also get a chance to educate members of the community about alcohol and drug addiction treatment, and bring hope to those in need of treatment.
Tarzana Treatment Centers attended the 24th annual UCLA Pow Wow on May 2nd and 3rd, 2009. Native American alcohol and drug treatment
pamphlets were handed out along with other related materials.
Our focus, as always, was to inform the Native American community about Access to American Indian Recovery
(AAIR). Patients can continue activities that are cultural and traditional, like smudging, while enrolled in our Native American alcohol and drug treatment services.
We also had the opportunity to connect with more organizations that refer Native Americans to alcohol and drug treatment. After the Pow Wow, we had the pleasure to provide facility tours and introductions to our Directors. We know that we cannot reach everyone suffering from Alcoholism
or Drug Addiction, so connections with the community are very special.
With every Pow Wow
we attend, our excitement for the next one grows. In the future, we look forward to getting alcohol and drug treatment information out to more in the Native American community
If you missed us at the Pow Wow, and would like information on alcohol or drug detox and treatment, call us at 888-777-8565 or fill out the secure contact form here