In response to Call to Action #34, we continue to advocate government for expanded programs and more appropriate programs related to offenders with FASD and criminal justice involvement. We are excited about the current Manitoba pilot project which assesses young adults in the court system for FASD. Additionally, in 2019, Manitoba opened a sentencing court specifically for offenders with FASD- the first of its kind in Canada.
In response to Call to Action #33, we continue to build relationships with Indigenous peoples and communities through projects such as the Looking After Each Other project. This project provides us with teachings, allowing us to incorporate a culturally appropriate informed approach to existing FASD intervention and prevention programs. We also continue to advocate government for more appropriate programs.
The colouring book is a collection of art produced by Manitoba First Nations artists invited to create pieces from a First Nation’s perspective. In partnership with the Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs (AMC), the Canadian Red Cross produced the First Nations Health and Wellness… Read More
Last Updated: August 15, 2022 by Shannon Foster
REGISTER NOW for the 2021 Annual Looking After Each Other Virtual Gathering
The 2021 Annual Looking After Each Other Virtual Gathering will take place on November 17th from 1 – 3 p.m. This is one presentation that you do not want to miss! We will be listening to stories from… Read More