Mental health, addictions and Aboriginal health
Learn how to strengthen and maintain positive mental health and help prevent suicide in Aboriginal communities. Also access addiction treatment information and quit smoking tips.
Services and information
Understand positive mental health and the factors that can influence it. Access programs and services to improve your mental health and help prevent suicide in Aboriginal communities.
Get information on counselling benefits and services for crisis situations. Find out what is covered, how to access services and how providers can register to offer services.
Learn about mental health and how to improve it to benefit you. Also get information on mental illness, its risk factors, symptoms, treatment and suicide prevention.
Find facts on the rates and causes of Aboriginal youth suicide in Canada. Know what you can do to help prevent suicide.
Access resources and services for former Indian Residential School students and their families.
Find information on nationally funded addiction treatment programs and centres, and community-based prevention programs in First Nations and Inuit communities.
Learn about the range of culturally relevant programs for reducing and preventing alcohol, drug and solvent abuse within Aboriginal communities.
Discover healing programs for First Nations and Inuit youth dealing with solvent abuse issues.
Know the traditional uses of tobacco, smoking rates and harmful misuses of tobacco smoking among First Nations and Inuit.
Learn tips on how you can quit smoking. Also find information on the health risks of smoking, nicotine addiction and how much the habit costs.
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