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Enhanced Mental-Health and Addictions Services for First Nations in Cowichan Valley

An update from the provincial government regarding upcoming mental health and addiction services for First Nations in Cowichan Valley is available here

“The Tsow-Tun Le Lum treatment centre is a concrete example of how the FNHC is fulfilling their promise to bring health care closer to home with First Nations’ culture at the centre of our work to improve health outcomes for all First Nations people in B.C. As we mark this important step, we are grateful to our tripartite partners for their continued support of the 2018 memorandum of understanding and the FNHA for their operational support. The FNHC knows that culture saves lives. That is why we support mental-health and addiction recovery in First Nation communities. The guidance and wisdom received from Elders in planning the centre’s ceremonial hut for brushing, smudging and other traditional healing reminds us of the importance of community-driven solutions.”

– Wade Grant, chair, First Nations Health Council (FNHC)

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