Parents & Students
In this section, you will find information related to schools, teaching and education.
Resources for Parents
NAN HOPE is a Telephone & Virtual Rapid Access Centre that offers 3 services: 24/7 toll-free rapid access to confidential crisis servicesNavigation: Out Navigators provide connection to ongoing mental health and addictions support services in home communities and existing regional supportsRapid Access to clinical and mental health counselling 1-844-NAN-HOPE (626-4673) or visit https://nanhope.ca/
Do you know a child under 5 years old who is a member of Nishnawbe Aski Nation? NAN in partnership with Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library is proud to offer free books delivered to your community. For more information or to register a child, contact: Jennifer Wrigley at email@example.com Download Poster
NAN advocated for and developed Choose Life to ensure that no First Nation community would be denied programming funding that promotes the mental, emotional, and behavioral well-being of youth. Choose Life provides immediate funding relief for youth at risk of suicide by fast-tracking proposals for group child and youth mental health prevention programs/services. Guiding Principles…
Across Nishnawbe Aski Nation (NAN) the ongoing shortage and inadequacy of housing is negatively impacting individual and community well-being. The ongoing First Nations housing crisis has developed out of decades of inappropriate intervention. In 2014, the 49 NAN Chiefs in Assembly declared a Collective Housing Emergency through Resolution 14/40. In 2017, the NAN Infrastructure Summit…