Cultural Specific Clinical Practices
- FNUC – Creating Cultural Safety and Relevance – This project expands on recent initiatives by the Saskatchewan Ministry of Health to seek out current, evidence-based, promising practices for mental health and addiction services in the province. This report identifies approaches, programs, and methods by which mainstream mental health and addictions service systems both internationally and in Canada have been able to successfully develop accessible, culturally relevant, and culturally safe services for Indigenous peoples.
- Exchanging-Conversations-Report-Sharing-Aboriginal-Cultural-Knowledge - The question posed for discussion was – How has Aboriginal culture helped you, or someone you know, on the journey of healing from addictions? Saskatchewan residents were encouraged to join the conversation in-person (e.g., community meetings) and virtually (e.g., Facebook). Information also available on website.