Second Annual Fundraiser & Education Day is around the corner: October 20, 2022!
Tools for Equity, Diversity and Indigenization featuring Duane Bowers.
Sharing Stories on Our Healing Journeys featuring Elder Harry Francis & the Eagle Claw Dance Group
Cocktails, Dinner, Raffle and Entertainment to follow
Grief Support & Counselling
Do you want to understand your grief, process your grief feelings, discuss your grief with others and/or enlarge your circle of support? We offer many Grief Support Groups to help you through your journey.
Education & Resources
Caring Hearts provides grief, trauma and ambiguous loss education, training and distributes written publications to agencies and individuals across the province. Educational webinars are also hosted on-site around grief, trauma and self-care.
Caring Hearts receives funding from the provincial and federal government to offer culturally appropriate support for families and friends of missing persons and missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls.
NEW! Ambiguous Loss & Trauma
This Course is comprised of four modules: an Introduction to the material, Special Needs of Children, Supporting Families of the Located, and Supporting Families of the Murdered. This online course will break down the Supporting Families of Missing & Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls & Other Missing Persons manual while providing some helpful articles and videos to put the manual material into context.
Hope & Support.
You are not alone. Feel hope.
Grief is a major life stressor. There is no timeline for grief and one's experience can be affected by a variety of factors, including whether or not the bereaved has a support system in place. You can access community based mental health counselling and support services and traditional healing with an Elder through Caring Hearts.