About the Survey
There is limited information on the prevalence, severity, source of supply and social impacts of opioids use amongst First Nations in Canada.
Thunderbird Partnership Foundation has developed community-based data collection and analytical tools that can be applied by Indigenous communities and Treatment centres across the country.
The First Nations Opioid And Meth Survey aims to better understand the impact of opioids and other substances in First Nations communities. Also, it provides data about equity challenges, community perception, prevention programs, treatment interventions, strengths and resiliency within the communities.
Click the “Surveys” Icon on the main screen of this app to participate.
Communities who are interested in administering the survey to gain a dataset can work with the Thunderbird staff to receive reports showing the data collected through graphs and charts.