By Lori Thompson, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter Services to help those struggling with addiction are available on the Island but people don’t know about them. That was a general consensus among service providers and participants at the addiction recovery breakfast held last week in Aundeck Omni Kaning. First Nations communities especially have been leaders in providing wraparound care, making it easier for Indigenous individuals and families on the Island to access a range of services. Allison Dodge is a mental health and addictions worker with Noojmowin Teg Health Centre. Ms. Dodge has worked in this field for about 10 years so she knows what help is available but knows that doesn’t mean that others do. “I hear it all the time,” she said. “There’s nothing offered. I know it’s offered. There’s
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