Community works together to have grassroots conversations around youth poverty and what can be done to solve important issues.
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Mental health referrals go to a community mental health socialization program called the Source Clube to gain work skills, access hot meals and other activities.
The SAS Wellness Centre has a team of professionals and volunteers who provide holistic health care to the students in a culturally safe and welcoming environment, including those from Indigenous and LGBTQQIA2S communities.
A First Nation’s healing centre takes a successful approach at addressing the root of historical trauma while providing appropriate resources for such healing to take place.
A First Nations community has an Equine (horse) Therapy Program for mental health and engaging youth.
Resources provided to parents with trauma who are dealing with young children. There are also resources for community providers to help understand trauma in First Nations bands as a social determinant of health.
Community comes together to fight the opioid crisis with a Community Action Team (CAT)
Interior Health contracts volunteer driver program, a counsellor that works solely on chronic mental health and a psychiatrist once a month.
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