At Home in Alberta, Together

At Home in Alberta, Together

As we work toward an honest effort to honor and learn about Indigenous traditions, we understand better how to slowly remove barriers and build bridges. While on the journey of truth and reconciliation, we come to know about the sacred teachings of the Medicine Wheel and take a look at how these influential teachings are continuing to inform our Recovery Model. Taking the time to learn from these valuable traditions, we will be able to recognize our similarities before our differences and continue to weave threads of hope in Alberta’s diverse tapestry.

Calgary Foundation

Calgary Public Library – Indigenous Services and Initiatives

Chantal Stormsong Chagnon

Indigenous Ally Toolkit

Indigenous Corporate Training Inc.

Indigenous Peoples Terminology

John Chief-Moon, Windspeaker News

Lance Cardinal, Family Art Adventures

Pablo Russell

The Indian Act

The Numbered Treaties

Tim Fox, Calgary Foundation

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The views and opinions expressed during the Recovery is Possible: A Mental Health Podcast series, are solely those of the individuals involved and do not necessarily represent those of CMHA Calgary Region Centre for Excellence in Recovery and Peer Support and its affiliates.

The purpose of this podcast series is to:

  • educate on the model of recovery and that building resilience is a possibility on the journey of mental health and well-being;
  • raise awareness of the importance of mental health and wellness
  • inform on the provincial access to CMHA Recovery Colleges providing free courses helping individuals and families develop their own resourcefulness.

The podcast is available for private, non-commercial use only and may not be edited or modified.