This program enables participants to understand the impact of colonization on community, family and individual wellness, while providing proactive support and positive role models.
It teaches adolescents the resilience theory, how to recognize social pressures related to drugs and alcohol and how to resist them, and the enhancement of the cultural identity of the First Nations.
The overall objective of the program is to develop the emotional intelligence of the participants in three areas: self-awareness, self-management and self-direction.
Target audience :
- Health personnel
- Youth protection interveners
- Interveners who work with at-risk youth
- NNADAP interveners
- MCH interveners
- Mental health interveners
- Elementary school administrations
- Secondary school administrations
- Youth centre interveners