The story behind the logo:
The buffalo represents basic needs: food, shelter, clothing, nourishment – all things that you provide to the people you support. It also represents strength and power – both attributes of the Blackfoot people.
The medicine wheel represents the wholistic approach you employ to support the people in your care. In addition to providing basic needs, you also provide mental, physical, spiritual and emotional support.
The morning star represents a new day and a new beginning. A fresh start for the people in your care.
The 4 circles represent the 4 seasons. It represents an effort to meet every person where they’re at, in whatever season of their life they find themselves. Whether a person is recovering from addiction, still living in active addiction, or whether a person is homeless, or at risk of homelessness, your organization provides support in every season of a person’s circumstances.