We want to share our personal and professional development skills with you! Learn skills that you can add to your bundle!
Come and join us to engage in cultural resurgence! Learn more about traditional ways of knowing, being, and doing!
Throughout our programs we promote healing through land-based pedagogy! Alongside these methods,
Building Our Bundle is a virtual 8-week psychoeducation program designed to help Indigenous youth aged 14-29 to develop tools and resources needed to navigate life's challenges with resiliency. You'll learn healthy coping mechanisms, emotional regulation, interpersonal effectiveness, and self-care from Indigenous mental health workers who understand the cultural context of your experiences. Plus, a mentor will work with you one-on-one to achieve your goals. Don't miss out on this unique opportunity to enhance your mental and spiritual health!
Oskatis Nigaaniiwemowin, Young Leaders Circle, is a community of Indigenous youth aged 14-35 from across Turtle Island. This Circle provides a space for reciprocal sharing and teaching, where members can develop skills, explore challenges, and celebrate successes in youth life promotion work. the Circle advises on organizational decisions and program design, ensuring that programs and services are responsive to the needs of Indigenous youth. Join the Circle for networking, training, cultural teachings, and become a part of an empowering community committed to shaping the future of Indigenous communities.
Mentorship is designed to support Indigenous youth aged 14-30 across Turtle Island. It offers positive relationships through various communication channels. Our team comprises mental health professionals and cultural mentors who work with youth to identify their needs and goals related to their well-being. The program aims to provide guidance on mental health skills, self-care, goal setting, task management, referrals, cultural identity, professional development, and academic support. Mentorship empowers Indigenous youth to achieve their full potential, building resilience, self-confidence, and essential life skills along the way.
Enrol your child in Orange Heart Club, an exceptional after-school, PA Day, and Summer Camp program specially created for elementary school students (Grades 1-6)! With Orange Heart Club, your child will delve into the fascinating history of Indigenous Peoples in Canada and develop a deeper appreciation for reconciliation through engaging activities and meaningful relationships. This program provides a unique opportunity for your child to broaden their knowledge and connect with peers who share similar interests. Sign up now and let your child embark on a transformative journey of discovery and growth!
Youth Sweat Lodges are an empowering and transformative experience tailored for Indigenous young individuals aged 14+. It offers a safe and sacred space for Indigenous youth and community members to explore their ancestral heritage and cultivate a profound understanding of themselves in relation to the natural and spiritual world. Youth Sweats support young individuals to honour their ancestral lineage, access Indigenous wisdom, offer prayers and healing for themselves and community, and establish a deeper connection with themselves and the natural world around them!
Immerse yourself in the transformative power of the full moon with our monthly online full moon teaching circle and full moon sweat lodge! These safe and inclusive spaces are designed for Indigenous identifying women to come together, learn about traditional teachings and practices, and celebrate the sacredness of life-giving ceremonies. The full moon sweat lodge provides a unique opportunity for women to participate in a traditional moon lodge, learn songs and teachings, and connect with the powerful energy of the full moon. Don't miss this chance to experience the healing power of the full moon!