Enyonkwa'nikonhriyo:hake (Good Minds)


Mission Statement

Encouraging wholistic wellness through practicing peace, strength, community responsibility and inclusiveness. Building healthy relationships with ourselves and with each other, guided by our values and cultural beliefs.

New external referral process:

-We have rotating Program Intake Coverage from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday (colloquially known at the Community Wellbeing Centre as ‘Pod Coverage’). The counselor assigned to Intake Coverage can be accessed by calling the Community Wellbeing Centre.

-The purpose of Intake Coverage is to have a counselor available to take referrals and to conduct brief structured interviews with those who would like to access our services. These interviews are conducted over the phone or in person and do not require an appointment.

-The purpose of this interview is to identify the best services, or combination of services, for the client.

-Our services are strength based, culturally informed, client led, confidential and voluntary. Clients will be active participants in determining the course of their care with us.

-Our referral form can be completed and emailed to goodmindsadmin@mbq-tmt.org. It can also be filled out and dropped off at Social Reception in a sealed envelope.

-Clients can self refer and fill out their own referral form at either reception area of the CWC.

You can download the Enyonkwa’nikonhriyo:hake (Good Minds) external referral form here:


To Access The Program:

Please call:

Phone: 613-967-0122 ext. 167

Our strength-based services include on to one supportive counselling, art therapy, group programming, cultural supports, family recreation supports, addictions support, crisis and advocacy supports, child and youth wellness, play therapy, land-based programming and substance use prevention programming.


Adult and Cultural Community Wellness Services

  • Supportive Counselling
  • Clinical Counselling
  • Clinical Referrals
  • Art Therapy
  • Cultural Supports
  • Group Programming
  • Men’s Circle
  • Women’s Circle
  • Land-Based Programming
  • Practical Supports
  • Yearly Rotating Community Programming

Indigenous Victim Support (IVS) Services

  • 24/7 Crisis Phone Support
  • Court Support and Advocacy
  • Referrals
  • Activities of Daily Living Supports
  • Safety Planning
  • Sudden Death or Tragedy Practical Supports
  • Transportation to and from Residential Treatment

How to Access Our Services for Yourself, Your Loved One or Your Client

Call 613-967-0122 ext. 167 or email goodmindsadmin@mbq-tmt.org 

When making a referral, you will be asked to provide some basic information about the person requiring services. You will be provided with our short referral form, which can be completed digitally, over the phone or in hard copy form. Hard copies are available at the Community Wellbeing Centre Reception (50 Meadow Drive).

    Services Coming Soon

    • Relapse Prevention Group
    • Stages of Change Group
    • Alcohol Use Education, Assessment and Training
    • Family Counselling
    • Youth Drop-In Group

    Addictions Support Services

    NNADAP (National Native Alcohol & Drug Abuse Program)

    • Harm Reduction Supplies
    • Naloxone Distribution
    • Lock Box Program
    • Residential Acute Withdrawal Referrals
    • Residential Treatment Services Referrals
    • Community Treatment Referrals
    • Substance Use Prevention Programming
    • Opioid Use Disorder Referrals and Case Management
    • Indigenous Peoples Court Recommended Addictions Counselling

    Child & Youth Wellness Services

    • Supportive Counselling
    • Clinical Counselling
    • Clinical Referrals
    • Play Therapy
    • Land Based Programming
    • Cultural Supports
    • Family Recreational Programming
    • Yearly Rotating Community Programming