National Aboriginal Addictions Awareness Week (NAAAW)
National Addictions Awareness Week is an important event, filled with informative workshops and speakers. Its also an opportunity to highlight entertainers who have achieved their own personal success by living substance and alcohol-free lifestyles. Scott Ward has been drug and alcohol-free his whole life and he understands the importance of living an addictions-free life. He brings his show into the community to fortify the sense of perseverance over substance-abuse by using laughter to bring people together.
Scott Ward encourages each community he visits to listen with their hearts when dealing with addictions, which affects many including Aboriginal youth. His show is a unique way to bring a community together for a few laughs.
Past NAAAW Events Include:Peepeekisis First Nation, SK — Whitecap Dakota First Nation, SK — White Bear First Nation, SK — Pasqua First Nation, SK — Muskeg Lake Cree Nation, SK — Sakimay First Nation, SK — Kahkewistahaw First Nation, SK — Yorkton Tribal Council, SK — Big Island Lake First Nation, SK — La Loche Friendship Centre, SK — Aundeck Omni Kaning First Nation, ON — Deninu Kue First Nation, NT — Sambaa K'e Dene Band, NT
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About Scott Ward
Scott Ward travels all across North America entertaining and educating youth and adults with his positive high-energy comedy hypnosis shows. Performing at over 150 hypnosis shows a year and having hypnotized thousands of people, Scott is a highly requested full-time comedic stage hypnotist and speaker. » Learn More