Tsow-Tun Le Lum Society
Substance Abuse and Trauma Treatment Centre

RHSW

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Check out the following video links that contain teachings and self-care techniques:

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The Resolution Health Support Worker’s (RHSW) Program at Tsow-Tun Le Lum is part of the Indian Residential School (IRS) Health Support Program.

Resolution Health Support Workers (RHSWs)

RHSWs provide emotional support to eligible former Indian Residential school students and their families.

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Day School Information:

For information of Indian Day School claims, click here: https://indiandayschools.com/en/

For the January 2020 Day School Claim Form, click here: https://indiandayschools.com/en/wp-content/uploads/indian-day-schools-claim-form-en.pdf

For the list of approved schools, click here: https://indiandayschools.com/en/wp-content/uploads/schedule-k.pdf

For a list of approved counsellors in B.C., click here: https://www.fnha.ca/Documents/FNHA-First-Nations-Health-Benefits-Mental-Health-Provider-List.pdf

To access FNHA’s website mental health services, click here: http://www.fnha.ca/benefits/mental-health

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Cultural Support Team (CSPs)

Services are provided to eligible former Indian Residential School students and their families by a gifted group of Spiritual Helpers (CSPs).

 

To request support from Tsow-Tun Le Lum’s RHSW program, contact TTLL (Ph: 250-390-3123) or fill out and send us a RHSW_Support Request Form

Advanced notice is greatly appreciated – preferably at least two (2) weeks before the date of your event.

 

Generally, funding for our program covers the Vancouver Island area.

 

About the Logo: This image respectfully acknowledges our ancestors who did not survive. May they be blessed by our Eagle spirits. Today we can also see ourselves in the middle surrounded by the teachings of our community and strength of our Elders.

Artist: Stuart Pagaduan