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Tony Redhouse?

Navajo Healer, Spiritual Teacher, Native American Musician

Tucson, Arizona

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About Tony Redhouse

Current occupation:
Navajo Healer, Spiritual Teacher, Native American Musician
City:
Tuscon, Arizona

Their Charity

The Haven The Haven

At The Haven, we believe that extraordinary people live in recovery on a daily basis and that with the right commitment and treatment, anyone can overcome their substance use dependency and achieve a better quality of life. As an influential leader in the community, The Haven’s non-profit mission is to offer the highest quality prevention and treatment services for women who, but for our program, would be homeless and hopeless. The Haven offers women ‘Recovery with Respect’ while encouraging their spiritual, intellectual, emotional and physical development. We value affordable, safe, state-of-the-art substance abuse therapy that puts the Client and their Family first. Our focus on women and the acceptance of their children into residence is unique in our community.

Bio

Tony Redhouse is not only a performer, but also a Native American traditional consultant, teaching seminars in Native American culture, spirituality and arts/crafts to children and adults. Tony has written and developed a culturally based curriculum for all ages that incorporates Native spirituality as a solution to drug, alcohol and gang-related issues, using storytelling and dance. This format parlayed into professional speaking, where Tony now uses traditional and contemporary Native themes, including Native American Spirit, to motivate and inspire corporate audiences in a whole new way. Over the years, Tony has acted as Cultural Consultant for Title IV Indian Education, and held position of Art Therapist/Director at Indian Rehabilitation Inc., using Native Art and spirituality in a residential treatment program for substance abuse. He also served as Traditional Practitioner and Coordinator for the Native American Community Health Center’s HIV/Aids program, Behavioral Health Departments, and Red Road Youth, where he facilitated talking circles and Native American traditional sessions.