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How can I receive support for residential school trauma?

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ᐄᔨᔨᐅᔨᒧᐎᓐ | IIYIYIUYIMUWIN
Daisy Herodier-Bearskin talks about the IRS Support Helpline

The Cree Health Board Residential School Resolution Health Support Program, part of Maanuuhiikuu Mental Health Services, is here to help anyone who needs support during this painful time.  

 

Did you know?

IRS Support Workers are community members who participated in TRC Hearings and Gatherings and are trained to support residential school survivors and their families. 

Here are the names and cell numbers of six IRS Support Workers.

 

IRS Cultural and Emotional Support Workers

Bobby

Neacappo

IRS Cultural Support Worker - Chisasibi
Maanuuhiikuu (Mental Health)

Ernie

Herodier

IRS Cultural Support Worker - Chisasibi
Maanuuhiikuu (Mental Health)

Francine

Moses

IRS Emotional Support Worker - Eastmain
Maanuuhiikuu (Mental Health)

Terry

Moses

IRS Cultural Support Worker - Eastmain
Maanuuhiikuu (Mental Health)

Stella

Moar Wapachee

IRS Emotional Support Worker - Nemaska
Maanuuhiikuu (Mental Health)

Louise

Etapp Neeposh

IRS Emotional Support Worker - Oujé-Bougoumou
Maanuuhiikuu (Mental Health)

 

For 24/7 mental health support, you can also call Wiichiwaauwin Helpline. The Helpline staff can help you connect with all the mental health support services we offer in every community. 

Wiichihiiwaauwin (Mental Health) Helpline

Service available 24/7. Cree speakers and Elders are available upon request

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