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Share your priorities for a First Nations and Aboriginal People’s Mental Wellness and Substance Use 10-Year Plan

June 21st, 2012

Share your community’s priorities for holistic wellness, community care, integrated and specialized care by participating in a regional video-conference and completing a survey to help develop a First Nations and Aboriginal People’s Mental Wellness and Substance Use 10-Year Plan. This is an initiative of the Tripartite Strategy Council on Mental Wellness and Substance Use comprised of the federal and provincial governments, the interim First Nations Health Authority and Aboriginal partners.

Download the poster Videoconference Series Poster- FIN and join a regional video-conference to receive an orientation to the priority setting tool:

  • Interior – July 30 at 1:30-3 pm
  • Fraser & Vancouver Coastal – July 31 at 1:30-3 pm
  • Vancouver Island – Aug 1 at 1:30-3 pm
  • North West & East – Aug 2 at 1:30-3 pm

To participate in the video-conference, please contact Stephen Prevost by email bc_ehealth@hc-sc.gc.ca or call 1.877.666.3211.

More details about the survey and an online questionnaire can be filled out at http://app.fluidsurveys.com/s/prioritysettingtool or download a PDF copy

Submit your completed survey by the August 31, 2012 deadline.

Check out other Mental Health and Wellness initiatives on the interim First Nations Health Authority website.

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