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Brighter Days: An Indigenous Wellness Program supported by Sun Life

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Brighter Days: An Indigenous Wellness Program supported by Sun Life was developed by Indigenous educators, school counsellors and community program workers to empower First Nations, Inuit and Métis youth with skills, tools and resources to support their well-being. The program is offered to Indigenous youth from six to 29 years old in both audio and video format.

The program is made possible by our lead donor, Sun Life, as well as many other generous supporters who are committed to empowering Indigenous communities.

For more details about the program, and to book a session, you can click on an option below:

If you have questions that aren’t answered in the FAQ on the pages linked above, you can email us at [email protected].

Please note that although the Indigenous Wellness Specialist who leads these sessions is a mental health professional, the program is not a counselling session. Young people looking for support can reach out to Kids Help Phone 24/7.