Honouring Those who Struggle with Mental Health  

A Pow Wow was held on June 28, 2019 at the Millenium Library to honor all Indigenous peoples who are healing from the abuse and trauma they suffered from the Indian Residential Schools. This Pow Wow also honors Indigenous peoples that were a part of the sixties scoop, those who were murdered and/or missing, incarcerated, suffering from poverty, and those that were displaced from their homelands.

Photographs taken by Viv Ketchum.

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Black Eagle Transitions

MDAM's Indigenous Programming consists of a new and innovative 10 week program called Black Eagle Transitions. Black Eagle Transitions will address the lack of support and assistance available to Indigenous youth transitioning from northern rural life to city life. This program will offer hope and healing to those that need it most. 

Topics addressed but not limited to include:

  • Balance
  • Wholeness
  • Addiction
  • Mental health

*Black Eagle Transitions will be guided by the four quadrants of the Medicine Wheel. Including the north direction (spiritual aspect), east (physical aspect, south (emotional aspect) and the west (mental aspect).

For more information download our poster or brochure.

Download the new Fall schedule here.

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Indigenous Programming Contacts

Our office is open Monday to Friday, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.

In addition to our office hours, calls will be monitored Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. - 9 p.m. from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Contact: Rose Roulette

Phone: 204-509-6038

Email: RoseR@mooddisordersmanitoba.ca

Sponsors

Our heartfelt thanks go to our sponsors, Winnipeg White Out, True North Sports and Entertainment, Winnipeg Tattoo Convention, Winnipeg Public Library and the United Way.