The Building Our Bundle Program is an online mental and spiritual health program designed to support Indigenous youth to develop relationships and skills to live a good life. The program offers 6-week virtual sessions to connect Indigenous youth with one another and the broader world to explore various mental health skills and cultural teachings. All participants are also able to receive one-on-one mentoring support from the FOPT team who will work independently with young people on their self-determined goals.
Each season, we publish video content and worksheets to allow for anyone to practice Building Our Bundle activities at home! Take a look below for more information on our program.
If you are interested in bringing this program to your community, please contact us at email@example.com
This season of Building Our Bundle, we will be focusing on emotional regulation and distress tolerance from Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT skills) using a braided approach.
This season of Building Our Bundle, we will be offering teachings, skills, and activities that you can pick up to add to your traditional bundle. We've designed this season of the program to get you out on the land and connecting with the first family.
This season of Building Our Bundle (also called Filling Our Baskets) is focused on Haudenosaunee teachings. Each week consists of mindfulness practices, cultural teachings, mental health skills, and activities!
This season of Building Our Bundle, we will be focused on behaviour skills that are meant to help with intense emotions. In this season you can expect skill and cultural teachings along with interactive activities and a weekly photo challenge in which you can win FOPT prizes!
Season 2 of Building Our Bundle was about learning to connect with the various aspects of ourselves through storytelling in order to build the skills and tools we need in our healing journeys.
Season one of Building Our Bundle focused on supporting Indigenous young people to get active in their mental and spiritual health journeys. It consisted of 7 teachings, activities, and photo challenges.