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National Aboriginal Day 2017

June 21, 2017 - CAMH is proud to celebrate First Nations, Inuit and Métis populations all year round, and National Aboriginal Day is an especially fitting time to reflect upon the history, culture and many contributions of the Indigenous people.

Through improved cultural competency, mental health training and a guided vision for what’s to come, CAMH is continually working to improve the lives of those living with mental illness and addiction in Aboriginal communities.

A new day for First Nations, Inuit and Métis Peoples at CAMH

Kahontakwas (Diane Longboat), Senior Project Manager, Aboriginal Engagement and Outreach, Provincial System Support Program (PSSP), blogs about the Ceremony Grounds at CAMH, with Medicine Gardens, a Sweat Lodge and Sacred Fire.

 

CAMH Blog: National Aboriginal Day

Dr. Catherine Zahn and CAMH staff

In a blog post, CAMH President and CEO Dr. Catherine Zahn writes about National Aboriginal Day and how it's an an opportunity to recognize and celebrate First Nations, Inuit and Métis people.


Making history in the mental health care system

Opening of CAMH Sweat Lodge
Read more in the CAMH Annual Report about the ways CAMH is improving care for Aboriginal people.

 

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