Sweat Lodge

On the Phoenix Centre campus, on the unceded and continuously occupied territory of the Semiahmoo and Musqueam people, two Indigenous elders and local residents have built two sweat lodges to promote inner healing. Here Phoenix service recipients and members of the public can find alternative ways to process addiction, grief, abuse, and the stresses of daily life, forming invaluable connections and friendships in the process. Since it was built, 30,522* individuals have used these sweat lodges, accessing spiritual healing with cultural humility, while learning the history of the lands on which Phoenix operates.

The Sweat Lodge is open to the public to attend on Sundays. Please contact 604.583.7166 ext 1 if you would like more information.

*Phoenix Statistic reflects the April 2022 to March 31, 2023 fiscal year.

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Our goal is to offer meaningful connections and sustainable solutions to the problems of addiction and homelessness in the community.