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Sources of Strength

Mark LoMurray, along with team members Claudette McLeod and Chance Rush, introduced the Sources of Strength program by engaging conference attendees at our 5th Annual Conference in some of the fun-filled and meaningful activities typically included in Sources of Strength Advisor training sessions.

 

Sources of Strength is a comprehensive wellness program that works to use peer leaders to change norms around codes of silence and help seeking. The program is designed to increase help seeking behaviors and connections between peers and caring adults. Sources of Strength has a true preventative aim in building multiple sources of support around individuals so that when times get hard they have strengths to rely on.

 

With recent funding received by the University of Manitoba team, the Sources of Strength program is currently being implemented in Swampy Cree Tribal Council high schools and communities.

 

For more information on Sources of Strength, please visit their website at http://sourcesofstrength.org/


If you'd like more information about this project, please contact our community facilitator, Ron Cook, at 204-627-1500 or rcook@tribalhealth.ca.