Presented by the Native Counselling Services of Alberta, this video explores family violence and restorative justice from an Aboriginal Perspective. Includes guide. (37 minutes)
This AHS video addresses how historical trauma has impacted health of aboriginal people; identifies cultural approaches to wellness; outlines policy considerations; identifies effective cultural tools used in Aboriginal health. (75 minutes)
This summit toolkit offered by MHCC is intended to educate students by improving their knowledge, attitudes and intended behaviours towards those living with a mental illness or mental health problem.
This website contains a range of resources on a wide variety of topics relating to generating knowledge to influence positive changes for children and families, including Aboriginal Children, Youth and Families.
HEADSTRONG is an evidence-based anti-stigma initiative created by the Mental Health Commission of Canada (MHCC). It inspires youth ages 12-18 to Be Brave, Reach Out and Speak Up about mental health. Now a national initiative, HEADSTRONG teaches students how to reduce stigma and become mental health champions in their schools. CMHA Edmonton has a partnership with MHCC and coordinates and delivers Headstrong Youth Summits across Alberta.
The Miyo Resource is an Indigenous approach to child and family well-being service delivery and evaluation.