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Understanding the Path Forward: First Nations/Aboriginal Mental Wellness and Substance Use: Tri-partite Strategy Council on Mental Wellness and Substance Use

The Tripartite partners as represented by the interim First Nations Health Authority, the Provincial Government of BC and Health Canada are committed to working together and recognize the on-going work by First Nations/Aboriginal communities in mental wellness and substance use planning. A process of collecting wisdom, advice and guidance began through previous forums, meetings and regional caucus sessions hosted by the interim First Nations Health Authority(iFNHA) between 2007 – 2011. We would like to ask for your assistance further in providing focused input through our online questionnaire which will help us identify collective solutions by focusing our energies individually at communities and for service providers.All interested and willing persons wanting to provide input are welcome to participate.Your input will help inform the development of a document that will summarize themed key concepts, strategies and solutions to improve First Nations/Aboriginal mental wellness and address substance use challenges in BC. The summary document will help shape the development of a draft First Nations/ Aboriginal Mental Wellness and Substance Use Plan. Your input is important to us. Building on a wealth of knowledge and expertise from individuals, communities and service providers, your help will assist the tripartite partners understand how to support initiatives over the coming years to ensure efforts around mental wellness and substance use are effective and successful. All submitted input will be anonymous and summarized for all of BC and by each Health Authority region.

Download Input Request Information Document | MWSU_Input_Request_Jan_27_final.pdf

To submit your survey via our online questionnaire, please visit:

Deadline to receive completed surveys: Monday, February 27, 2012 (4:00 PM, PST)

Health and Wellness, please contact:

Piri Robinson
Health Actions Coordinator
[email protected]