My visit to the Splatsin community

In January I had the pleasure of spending several days with Splatsin community. Don and Deanna were wonderful hosts and I enjoyed the landscape and my time with community members. In particular, it was wonderful to see the creativity and energy that has gone into programming. The Splatsin Teaching Centre is a remarkable hub, filled with activities, ranging from small children to elders. I was lucky enough to attend a session of the Culturally-Based, Family-Centred Mental Health Promotion for Aboriginal Youth. There are few things that make this job more worthwhile than seeing and hearing from people on-the-ground how they are benefiting from and enjoying the program. Thank you to Splatsin for including me.

Joshua Moses, Project Coordinator

One response to “My visit to the Splatsin community”

  1. Jacinthe Connolly says:

    Hello Josh,
    Audrey is planning a meeting over here on May 7th or 8th.It could be interesting if it may be on 8th because both of you would be able to attend a session( we usually do our sessions on Wednesday).I will talk about it to Audrey & co-workers.

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