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Aboriginal Liaison Worker

Aboriginal Liaison Officers provide leadership, cultural awareness, counselling and other services to Aboriginal offenders. They are a link between the offender and the Aboriginal community.more info

Address / Contact Info
National Headquarters
340 Laurier Avenue West
, Ottawa, On, K1P 5K3
Phone: (613) 992-5891
Fax: (613) 943-1630

FAST Program

What you can expect from FAST: Follow-up contact if you have been to the hospital with suicidal thoughts or actions. To provide support and/or assist with finding resources to ensure assistance for anyone who has been affected by the loss of a loved one thru suicide. Referral services to community programs and services. Set up and Co-ordinate Grief & Loss community Workshop. Set up and facilitate Through the Pain community Workshops.more info

Address / Contact Info
Gitxsan Health Society
7700 Sik-e-dakh Rd.
, Sik-e-dakh (Glen Vowell), BC, V0J 1Y0
Phone: 250-842-5165 x 406
After hours: (778) 202-1428
Fax: (250) 842-2186
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Indian Residential School Resolution Health Support Worker

IRS-RHSW Indian Residential School Resolution Health Support Worker Program embarked on a journey meant for the healing of its participants. It is our hope to offer IRS Survivors and their families from the communities of Kispiox, Glen Vowell, and Gitanmaax cultural strengthening workshops and classes.more info

Address / Contact Info
Gitxsan Health Society, Gitxsan Health Society Administration
7700 Sik-e-dakh Rd.
, Sik-e-dakh (Glen Vowell), BC, V0J 1Y0
Phone: (250) 842-5165
Fax: (250) 842-2186
Web Links Website

KU-US Crisis Line

The KUU-US Crisis Line Society operates a 24 hour provincial aboriginal crisis line more info

Address / Contact Info
KU-US Crisis Line Society
Phone: Adults/Elders (250-723-4050)
Phone: Child/Youth (250-723-2040)
toll-free: 1-800-588-8717
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