The Pascua Yaqui Tribe broke ground on three homes designed to provide residential treatment programs as well as assisted living services for tribal members. Both the men’s and women’s Path Homes will offer residential alcohol and drug treatment services. The assisted living home will be for individuals requiring 24/7 nursing care.
Each of the homes will have a 10-bed capacity and are expected to be completed by the end of the year. The architect on the project is VINT & Associates Architects Inc. and the contractor is BFL Construction Inc. The programs will be administered by the Tribe’s Health Services Division.
– Shanna Ioane Tautolo, Pascua Yaqui Tribe
I have to say that I am proud to be a member of the Pascua Yaqui Tribe. When we see that there are buildings and housing going up and breaking ground for the people, we know that our people are being thought of, and cared for. As we know; there is a huge problem in all walks of life, and in all geographic locations regarding alcohol and drug abuse, and problems of addiction, but it is nice to see our Tribe doing something to help.
TO ACCEPT HELP IS GRATITUDE
TO GIVE HELP IS DEVINE
I would like more information please. My mother is an on and off addict now for many years and confined to a wheelchair and currently living in a tent. I would like to get her into something like this, she is hitting 50 years and this seems like a perfect place for her. More information would be greatly appreciated, thank you.