The Thunderbird Partnership Foundation is proud to be standing shoulder to shoulder with NationTalk in their production of the Indigenous Healing Our People Everywhere – iHope Benefit Concert 2016. We join our partners, Canadian Foundation for Healthcare Improvement and the First Nations Health Manager’s Association working to bring worldwide awareness to suicide prevention through messages […]
The Native Wellness Assessment™ is now available online to First Nations communities and organizations interested in measuring the impact of culture in promoting mental wellness (substance use and mental health issues). Access to the NWA is available through the Thunderbird Partnership Foundation’s website, at thunderbirdpf.org. The NWA was launched in the summer of 2015, to much acclaim […]
The Board of Directors and staff of the Thunderbird Partnership Foundation are pleased to announce the release of their 2015-2016 Annual Report. As you will see, 2015-2016 was a solid year, with progress on promoting and implementing the Honouring Our Strengths: A Renewed Framework to Address Substance Use Issues Among First Nations in Canada and […]
Join in as they celebrate this milestone on Friday, August 26th in Wikwemikong’s Thunderbird Park!
Keynote Speaker We are pleased to announce one of the keynote speakers for ASI 2016! Carol Hopkins will be addressing Institute delegates on Wednesday, August 17.Stay tuned for an upcoming announcement about the keynote speaker at our opening ceremony. * * * * * * Carol Hopkins Executive Director, Thunderbird Partnership FoundationFirst Nations Mental Wellness […]
The Assembly of First Nations (AFN) and the AFN National Youth Council (NYC) is pleased to be hosting a 2016 National Youth Summit, which will provide an opportunity to bring together over 150 First Nations youth (ages 16-30) from across Canada for dialogue focused on key priorities and issues around mental wellness, suicide prevention, substance […]