This research report provides information on Indigenous resources and organizations across Canada to assist Indigenous individuals, communities, and organizations in accessing information and services ranging from health and governance to recreation and education. It is a tool that is aimed to decrease barriers by facilitating access to programs and supports that help build capacity and empower Indigenous Peoples and communities.
This research report details our approach to mental health services through a knowledge synthesis research project.
This research report was developed through research of existing early childhood services and supports that are currently available. Data from this research was translated to a community map which provided a visual overview of the early childhood disability system of supports and services across Canada.
This research report explores the benefits of mindfulness-based practices to promote resilience in Indigenous children and youth. Mindfulness is a tool used to recognize, accept and respond to self-destructive thoughts and emotions. These practices can be used to support Indigenous mental, emotional, cultural, and physical wellbeing.
This research report explores what Indigenous land-based approaches can teach us in non-Indigenous contexts and discuss strategies to implement land-based practices with youth.
This research report uses Two-Eyed Seeing to explore self-awareness, self-care, and the different ways that Helper wellbeing can be nurtured within the community.