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 also has a toolkit for kids available at no cost.
NEW! Toolkit: Culturally Appropriate Support for Families of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls
The goal for this Toolkit is to develop a culturally grounded program that will educate non-
Indigenous agencies on various topics such as intergenerational trauma, missing and murdered
Indigenous women and girls, and Indigenous traditional methods of healing. The Toolkit will
take a two-eyed seeing approach of including traditional Indigenous knowledge and Western
knowledge approaches 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 areas in Saskatchewan.
As part of this program, Caring Hearts offers education and training on trauma, culturally appropriate care, trauma informed care, self-care and resiliency building, and ambiguous loss for agencies, groups and volunteers. Resource materials including manuals, workbooks, and webinars can also be accessed.