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Program Information & Background:

Healthy Kugluktuk's Final Report, click here

CV/Résumé, click here

Canada's Economic Action Plan: Stimulas & Risk, click here

Resolution Health Program Audit, click here

Interview with Commissioner Dr. Marie Wilson, scroll to the bottom of the page for the link after you've clicked here 

Northern Region's Inaugral Workshop, 2014

Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada final report:

Calls to Action click here

Executive Summary

Principles click here

Survivors Speak click here

Founding Documents:

Healthy Kugluktuk's initiating Rational and Letters of Support, click here

Healthy Kugluktuk's Low Risk Assesments (with day-to-day management by Kugluktuk Radio Society, and overall reporting support by Faber LLP Chartered Accountants):

Risk Assesments click here and here

Annual Filings:

2016

2015

2014

2013 and Health Canada's official 'close-out' letter for 2012-2013 here

2012 and Health Canada's official 'close-out' letter for 2011-2012 here

2011

Note: Some 'close-out' letters remain unavailable from Health Canada as it did not review/close all files within a year of the previous fiscal.


Special Work:

Suicide Prevention Testimony click here and the Chief Coroner's Reply click here

Kind Words from our MLA, the Premier of Nunavut, the Honourable Peter Taptuna click here

Personal Education Credits

Client Assessments & Treatment

Love Life (ASIST Training & Suicide Prevention)

Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada

Popping Bubbles & Goal Setting

Featured Articiles

Client Statistics

Grief and Loss

Workers First

Social Media

Related Work with the Municipality of Kugluktuk & Other Stakeholders

Structuring

Wellness Committee

Access to Diagnosis and Treatment

Justice Support 

Client Assessments

 

Do you want to talk with someone right now?
Are you in crisis? Do you need help?

Would you like to talk about an issue you are trying to figure out while on your journey toward reconciliation?

In Canada, phone 1-866-925-4419 toll free, anytime 24/7

Other free, culturally safe and private help lines

  • Women’s help line (24/7) 1-855-554-HEAL (4325)
  • Kids’ help line (24/7) 1-800-668-6868
  • Kids/Youth Help, Live Chat, 4pm – 9pm Kugluktuk Time (Mountain Time) on Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays & Sundays
  • Click here for LIVE CHAT
Contact your lawyer for assistance; or, phone Gayle McCarthy, Residential Schools Advisor, AWOC, 1-800-994-7477 or email: gaylem@awoc.ca
 
What does reconciliation mean to you?