Toolkit - Culturally Appropriate Support for Families of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls
The toolkit is a culturally grounded program designed to educate non-Indigenous agencies on various topics such as intergenerational trauma, missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls, and Indigenous traditional approaches to healing. The toolkit uses a two-eyed seeing approach applying traditional Indigenous knowledge and Western knowledge to trauma informed care and healing. The majority of the topics and information in the toolkit are derived from or inspired by the knowledge of Elder’s in Treaty 4 and Treaty 6 territories in Saskatchewan.
In cooperation with the toolkit, Caring Hearts offers education and training on trauma, culturally appropriate care, trauma informed care, self-care and resiliency building, and ambiguous loss. Resource materials including manuals, workbooks, and webinars can also be accessed through our website.
You are not alone.
There is no timeline or roadmap for grief and one's experience can be affected by a variety of factors, including whether or not you have a support system in place. We offer counselling, education, healing circles with an Elder and support groups year-round. View our Grief Support Groups, Counselling services, Children & Youth Programs and Sharing Circles.
2310 Smith Street, Regina SK, S4P 2P6
Phone: (306) 523.2780