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Working with First Nations, Inuit and Métis: Spotlight on First Nations

Description: There is common ground between recovery principles and shared Indigenous understandings of wellness that provides a rich opportunity for learning and for strengthening mental health policy and practice. Hear about the development of this guideline and how Bill Hill is incorporating key learnings with First Nations through his work as an ACT team member in London, ON. Future webinars will spotlight on Inuit and Métis.

Guest Speaker:

  • Mary Bartram, PhD candidate in the School of Public Policy and Administration at Carleton University
  • Bill Hill, Aboriginal Clinical Practice Advisor Social Worker, London ACT II
  • Donna Lyons, Indigenous Health Specialist, Champlain Local Health Integration Network

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