PAGC “Community Medicine” Strategy
When: December 5 & 6, 2016
Where: Plaza 88 – Prince Albert, SK
Who Should Attend? Education Staff, Health & Wellness Workers, and Young Adults (18-30 yrs old)
Why? In response to the Northern crisis, PAGC & FSIN invite communities to become better prepared to protect and promote LIFE through a process of healing and planning together.
Registration Contact: Sheryl Kimbley at 306-980-8501 and/or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, November 21st, 2016.
For more details and the two day Agenda, view the Poster
Keynote: Dr. Darien Thira is a registered psychologist who serves as a community development & mental consultant for many indigenous communities across Canada and offers training workshops and clinical consultation related to community trauma
We, at PAGC, feel privileged to host this timely gathering. It is our goal to introduce Dr. Darien Thira, his ideas and expertise to community workers and young adults who want a community free from suicide. With his help, we will begin planning how this can happen within each of our communities. To do this we need four reps who are committed to take the plan home and involve the community in completing the plan.
Suicide is a serious problem which needs a community response. If you are interested in helping your community become suicide free, then please return the following registration form before November 21, 2016.
Thank you for caring.
On behalf of the Planning Committee, we look forward to meeting you on December 5th and 6th. Safe travels. Take care.
We are inviting 3 participants from each First Nation in Saskatchewan to attend: One rep from Education; one rep from Health & Social Development and one Young Adult rep between the ages of 18 and 30.
Registration Form: Word Document (editable), PDF Document (printable only)