The Noojimo’iwewin Center's Artful Healing exhibit is now on display through September at the
Red Cliff Community Health Center. In June of 2019, a series of workshops were held at the Noojimo’iwewin (We Heal) Center, promoting healing and wellness for youth and adults in recovery. Blending traditional art and peer support throughout, instructors Richard and Audra McCoy, guided participants towards a place of peace, healing and vision of Minobiimaadiziiwin (Good Life). Engaging in any creative process is healing and helps those in recovery, process trauma in a non-verbal manner, providing a path to sobriety using individual strengths and personal goals.
“Artful Healing” is on display in the Red Cliff Community Health Center,
36745 Aiken Road, Bayfield, WI, Monday-Friday 8:00am-4:30pm (Closed Holidays).
The Red Cliff Noojimo’iwewin Center is a drop-in center for those seeking support in recovery from addictions offering fellowship, peer support, recreation, skill building and connection to additional services. For information on Noojimo’iwewin Center programs and services, visit www.redcliffhealth.org, call 715-779-3508 or email RCHealthCenter@redclifhealth.org.
The Noojimo’iwewin Center is open Monday-Friday (8:00 am - 8:00 pm) and Saturday (10:00 am - 6:30 pm).
This exhibit was made possible with funds from the Apostle Islands Area Community Fund.