|About||We are an Accredited Early Intervention Program with Aboriginal Designation in Mentoring, Outreach, Community Day program and Crisis Intervention.|
Our vision is to walk with all our relatives on the Red Road of life by remembering,renewing and restoring our traditional roles and values that bring life; so as to continually move forward, 'in a healthy way', as Indigenous People.
We do this through providing professional social, educational, legal and health services through an existing cultural, grass roots, community based agency; that provides a spectrum of wholistic services for children, youth adults and families.
The long road winding began in the stars, spilled onto the mountain tops, was carried in the snow to the streams, to the rivers, to the ocean. It covers Canada, Alaska, America, Mexico to Guatemala, and keeps winding around the indigenous.
The Red Road is a circle of people standing hand in hand, people in this world, people between people in the Spirit world, Star people, Animal people, Stone people, River people, Tree people. The Sacred Hoop.
To walk the Red Road is to know sacrifice and suffering. It is to understand humility. It is the ability to stand naked before the Creator in all things for your wrong doings, for your lack of strength, for your discompassionate way, for your
arrogance. Because to walk the Red Road you always know you can do better. And you know, when you do good
things, it is through the Creator, and you are grateful.
To walk the Red Road is to know you stand on equal ground with all living things. It is to know that
because you were born human, It gives superiority over nothing. It is to know that every creation carries a Spirit, and the river knows more than you do, the
mountain knows more than you do, the stone people know more than you do, the trees know more than you do, the wind is wiser than you are, and animal people carry wisdom. You can learn from every one of them because they have something you don't. They are void of evil thoughts. They wish vengeance on no one, they seek justice.
To walk the Red Road, you are given rights. You have the right to pray, you have the right to dance, you have the right to think, you have the right to
protect, you have the right to know Mother Earth, you have the right to dream, you have the right to vision, you have the right to teach, you have the right to learn, you have the right to grieve, you have the
right to happiness, you have the right to fix the wrongs, you have the right to truth, you have the right to the Spirit World.
To walk the Red Road is to know your Ancestors, to call to the
|Awards||Canadian Accreditation Council of Human Services|
|Founded||September 18 1997|