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Our Dedicated Team

Our Program Staff:

Currently, our recovery centre has Counsellors / Group Facilitators, Social Workers, and Psychotherapist available that work directly with all clients on a day to day basis, providing instruction in program materials, general support and one on one counselling. We are very fortunate to have such strong support for our centre. Each brings with them a unique perspective, varied education, skills and experiences. Together they provide a well-rounded team of expertize.

Additional supports may include Peer Counsellors, Student Counsellors, Recovery Coaches, and a Consulting Clinician that meet with clients by appointment.

We have several Volunteers and part time Addiction Support Workers (male and female) available to assist clients during their leisure time, during peer interaction and assist with life skills development and outings. These support workers assist the program team as each client discovers their individual path of recovery. Combined, our organization has many members with lived experience and almost 100 years of combined sobriety and Recovery.

Our Management Staff:

Prairie Sky Centre has a Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director, and Administrative Assistant. Together we manage the day to day operations of the centre. Additionally the administration provides assistance for the clients while in residence. This may include making outside appointments, providing canteen supplies, access to other professional services and family as needed and more. This is a small but very efficient and dedicated team.

Jacqueline Hoffman, CEO

Public Speaker and Addictions Advocate Jacqueline Hoffman, CEO and owner of Prairie Sky Recovery Centre Inc. the only private addictions treatment center in the province of Saskatchewan. Jacqueline’s experience with addictions comes from the lived experience of having a parent in recovery,living in poverty and having to moving from place to place. She has lifted herself up and strives to uplift and empower others to do the same. Her advocacy for changing the landscape of addictions treatment comes from a place of genuine understanding and wanting to break barriers and stigma associated with addictions. Her kindness and compassion inspire others to be and do better. Jacqueline's continuous efforts have brought attention and awareness to addictions and the lack of sufficient treatment services in Saskatchewan.

Ms. Hoffman and her business have been recognized many times for this important work. In 2018 she won the prestigious CBC Future 40 award and a Better Business Bureau Torch Award for Ethical Business Practices. Also, in 2018, The Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce made her and Prairie Sky Recovery an ABEX Award finalist in the category of Priority focus, recognizing her excellence in business. She was made an ABEX Award finalist again in 2019 in the category of community involvement for bringing attention to the health crisis of addiction in our province. She recently has been nominated for an RBC Canadian Women Entrepreneur Award- the pre-eminent national business awards recognizing the country's leading female entrepreneurs. The awards are an initiative of Women of Influence, an award-winning organization dedicated to advancing women globally.Prairie Sky Recovery - Jacqueline Hoffman Saskatchewan Industrial Safety Seminar in Saskatoon

Jacqueline provides inspiration to many through her tireless efforts advocating for the healing of others and leadership. Her Leadership has grown it into a successful business that exemplifies the dignity and respect that all deserve. Jacqueline uses her experience and speaking platform to advocate for changes in addictions service, break barriers and end stigma associate with addictions.

Prairie Sky Recovery - Jacqueline Hoffman CBC Saskatchewan Future 40 In 2018, Jacqueline was named one of CBC Future 40 winners, awarded to people under age 40 who are making Saskatchewan's future brighter.

Prairie Sky Recovery - Jacqueline Hoffman Saskatchewan Safety Counsel in ReginaJacqueline has spoken at the Sask Safety Council Community in Regina. She spoke on the Effects of Poverty of Relationships and the impact to both youth and seniors.

Prairie Sky Recovery - Jacqueline Hoffman Saskatchewan Industrial Safety Seminar in SaskatoonRecently, Jacqueline was invited to speak about addictions in the workplace at the Saskatchewan Safety Council Industrial Safety Seminar in Saskatoon

Jacqueline is available for speaking engagements, for more information Contact Us

Our Support Staff:

Similar in nature to the teams mentioned above, we have a dynamic team of staff members that provide housekeeping, meals and all kitchen operations, building and grounds maintenance. They are an integral part of our operations.

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