Together Towards the New Centre
In 2016, Isuarsivik’s Board of directors adopted a Development Plan in response to the needs and priorities identified by the Inuit of Nunavik. The plan calls for the construction of a new Center to allow for an expanded offering of new programs and services, especially for families and pregnant women. After several years of hard work and a thorough mobilization of regional organizations and governments, Isuarsivik will soon open the doors of its new building located on a stunning site overlooking the Koksoak River.
By the summer of 2023, the organization is hopeful to welcome its first guests in its high-tech building thoughtfully designed towards Inuit culture with:
- Two separate lodging wings to accommodate both genders at the same time.
- Accommodation for partners and children who would be interested in participating in the recovery program.
- Convenient space for individual counseling and group counseling as well as cultural activities.
- Daycare area and a school room to enable children to pursue their development while at the Centre.
- More office space for employees.
- 12 housing units to lodge staff.
This project is funded by the Government of Canada – from both Infrastructure Canada and Indigenous Services Canada – the Government of Quebec, the Isuarsivik Regional Recovery Centre, the Kativik Regional Government and the Makivik Corporation.
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