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The Red Road Sobriety Page



The Red Road is a group of American Indians in recovery from alcohol and drugs. It is also includes the family and/or friends of an alcoholic/addict.

The Red Road began many years ago when the American Indian families and friends would bring (drag) the active alcoholic to a Talking Circle. The family and friends would talk about the destructiveness of the alcoholics drinking and want them to get sober or else.............

Over the years it has evolved to not only recovery from alcohol and/or drug, but any affliction one would need recovery to improve ones life.

We welcome peoples of all colors, (yellow, red, black and white, are the colors of the four directions and of peoples) to join us at our meetings. We meet on Monday nights. September is National Native American Wellbriety Month

The Red Road for American Indians in recovery is hosting an event to raise awareness of recovery from alcoholism and substance abuse, and also to spread the powerful message of sobriety and wellness within our communities. Wellbriety!

Let our children see us sober! We are asking you to help support sobriety and wellness in our community by getting involved in Recovery Month.

All of us know someone with a substance use disorder, whether that person is a family member, friend, colleague, or neighbor. Those who have lived through these experiences have the most compelling stories to tell and can truly make a difference in helping others seek treatment. With that in mind, this year's Recovery Month celebration highlights the unique stories of each person in long-term recovery.

At this gathering there will be speakers to share their own experience, strength and hope.

This Years Events will take place on.....


  • Saturday, May 14  **(No Traders)
    Red Road Sober Cruise - 7 to 10 pm - Boarding at 6:30pm PROMPT
    Tickets $25 - Includes boat, speaker, food and dance
    All in recovery or trying to, and family/friends of, are welcome.
    Departing out of Hingham Shipyard, Hewitts Cove - 24 Shipyard Drive, Hingham, MA
    Free Parking
    Speaker - Live Band - Native Drumming - Night View of Harbor
    Please call Don S. (508) 880-6887 or Don B. (781) 424-8782 for tickets or Email Don S.

  • Saturday and Sunday, June 18-19 
    9th Annual American Indian Sobriety Powwow, Behind Dighton Town Hall, 979 Somerset Ave. (rte 138), Dighton, Ma - Traders call (508) 880-6887

  • Sunday, December 11  **(No Traders)
    Red Road American Indians in Recovery: 4th Year Anniversary Celebration - Meeting, (12 pm), Potluck & Dancing Social, Dighton Council Hall, 1111 Somerset Ave (rte 138), Dighton, MA, (508) 880-6887


The Red Road for American Indians in recovery is hosting an event to raise awareness of recovery from alcoholism and substance abuse, and also to spread the powerful message of sobriety and wellness within our communities. Wellbriety!

Let our children see us sober! We are asking you to help support sobriety and wellness in our community by getting involved in Recovery Month.

All of us know someone with a substance use disorder, whether that person is a family member, friend, colleague, or neighbor. Those who have lived through these experiences have the most compelling stories to tell and can truly make a difference in helping others seek treatment. With that in mind, this year's Recovery Month celebration highlights the unique stories of each person in long-term recovery.

2 pm meeting and guest speakers followed by the traditional potluck, so bring your favorite dish to share.

Dighton Indian Council Hall, 1111 Somerset Ave. (rte 138)

Across from Dighton Post Office, Dighton, MA

Chi miigwech!!

The Red Road



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