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Thunderbird Wellness References

Note: The following three key wellness resources are the main sources of information for the Thunderbird Wellness App:

1)National Native Addictions Partnership Foundation. (2015). First Nations mental wellness continuum framework. Retrieved from: https://thunderbirdpf.org/fnmwc-full

2)National Native Addictions Partnership Foundation. (2011). Honouring our strengths: a renewed framework to address substance use issues among First Nations People in Canada. Retrieved from: https://thunderbirdpf.org/hos-full

3)National Native Addictions Partnership Foundation. (2015). Indigenous wellness framework. Retrieved from: https://www.thunderbirdpf.org/IWF

 

A Whole and Healthy person

Elder Dumont, J. (n.d) The Indigenous worldview-Primary concepts, Indigenous psychology paper.

Addiction and Harm Reduction

American Society of Addictions Medicine (n.d) https://www.asam.org/

Indigenous harm reduction reducing the harms of colonialism http://www.icad-cisd.com/pdf/Publications/Indigenous-Harm-Reduction-Policy-Brief.pdf

Alcohol

National Native Addictions Partnership Foundation. (2015). First Nations mental wellness continuum framework. Retrieved from: https://thunderbirdpf.org/fnmwc-full

National Native Addictions Partnership Foundation. (2011). Honouring our strengths: a renewed framework to address substance use issues among First Nations People in Canada. Retrieved from: https://thunderbirdpf.org/hos-full

Thunderbird Partnership Foundation (2020). Managing safe alcohol use fact sheet

https://thunderbirdpf.org/managing-safe-alcohol-use-during-covid-19/

Thunderbird Partnership Foundation (2020). More tips for managing safe alcohol use fact sheet

https://thunderbirdpf.org/more-tips-for-managing-safe-alcohol-use-during-covid-19/

Cannabis

Borgelt, L. Franson, K. Nussbaum, A. Wang, G., (2013) The pharmacological and clinical effects of medical cannabis. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/235406334_The_Pharmacologic_and_Clinical_Effects_of_Medical_Cannabis

Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction (2020). https://www.ccsa.ca/cannabis

Canadian Research Initiative in Substance Misuse (CRISM). (2018). The lower-risk cannabis use guidelines (LRCUG) are an evidence-based intervention project. Canadian Mental Health Association. Retrieved from: https://www.camh.ca/-/media/files/pdfs—reports-and-books—research/canadas-lower-risk-guidelines-cannabis-pdf.pdf

Elder Dumont J. (2014). Honouring our Strengths: Indigenous Culture as Intervention in Addictions Treatment Project. National Native Addictions Partnership Foundation Inc.

Government of Canada. (2018). Retrieved from:  https://www.canada.ca/en/health-canada/news/2018/06/backgrounder-the-cannabis-act-the-facts.html

Thunderbird Partnership Foundation. (2019) Cannabis toolkit: A wholistic approach to supporting healthy conversations about cannabis in First Nations communities

Culture and Resiliency

Elder Dumont, J. (n.d) The Indigenous worldview-Primary concepts, Indigenous psychology paper.

National Native Addictions Partnership Foundation. (2015). Indigenous wellness framework. Retrieved from: https://www.thunderbirdpf.org/IWF

National Native Addictions Partnership Foundation. (2015). First Nations mental wellness continuum framework. Retrieved from: https://thunderbirdpf.org/fnmwc-full

Cultural Interventions

National Native Addictions Partnership Foundation. (2015). Indigenous wellness framework. Retrieved from: https://www.thunderbirdpf.org/IWF

Thunderbird Partnership Foundation. (2019). Opioid and methamphetamine toolkit. National Native Addictions Partnership Foundation Inc.

Methamphetamines

National Native Addictions Partnership Foundation. (2015). First Nations mental wellness continuum framework. Retrieved from: https://thunderbirdpf.org/fnmwc-full

Thunderbird Partnership Foundation. (2019). Crystal meth information to support a return to wellness. National Native Addictions Partnership Foundation Inc.

Thunderbird Partnership Foundation. (2019). Opioid and methamphetamine toolkit. National Native Addictions Partnership Foundation Inc.

Opioids and Opiates

Chronic Pain Association of Canada. (2019). Survey by the Chronic Pain Association of Canada Retrieved from:  https://drive.google.com/file/d/1P5-BzB4Cimymnusn1U3ECfFHIOyYD0mU/view

Schmidt, R., Wolfson, L., Stinson, J., Poole, N., & Greaves, L. (2019). Mothering and opioids addressing stigma-acting collaborativelytoolkit. Centre of Excellence for Women’s Health. Retrieved from http://bccewh.bc.ca/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/CEWH-01-MO-Toolkit-WEB2.pdf

Thunderbird Partnership Foundation. (2019). Opioid and methamphetamine toolkit. National Native Addictions Partnership Foundation Inc.

Thunderbird Partnership Foundation. (2019). Opioid identification booklet. National Native Addictions Partnership Foundation Inc.

Stigma

Thunderbird Partnership Foundation. (2020). Stigma fact sheet

https://thunderbirdpf.org/stigma-during-covid-19/

The Drum

Northern College Indigenous website  http://www.northernc.on.ca/indigenous/the-drum/

Trauma

Peters J., & Silvestri F. (2016).Healthy families: From ACES to trauma informed care to resilience and wellbeing: Examples of policies and activities across IIMHL countries.

Thunderbird Partnership Foundation. (n.d.). Using trauma informed approaches in our work-From understanding to practice. National Native Addictions Partnership Foundation Inc.

What to do in an overdose

Thunderbird Partnership Foundation. (2019). Opioid and methamphetamine toolkit. National Native Addictions Partnership Foundation Inc.

Toronto Indigenous Overdose Strategy Report. (2019). Retrieved from  https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2019/hl/bgrd/backgroundfile-129421.pdf

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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