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WRTHS Hours of operation

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after hours ON-call Service

Available to WRTHS community members to provide mental health, emotional, and/or traditional support.

OUR MISSION

The West Region Treaty 2 & 4 Health Services mission is to support West Region Anishinaabe to enhance and sustain healthy communities of today and tomorrow.

OUR VISION

 To reclaim the health of Anishinaabe by opening doors to healthy living for present and future generations.

current news and events

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On October 21st, 2022, the West Region Treaty 2 & 4 Health Services Nursing Department, along with the Executive Director and the Mental Wellness Team Coordinator, had the pleasure of meeting and presenting to a team of Resident Doctors from the University of Manitoba. An overview of our nursing services department, program and service constraints, barriers to adequate health care for those living on-reserve and gaps in accessing health care services were identified and discussed. The meeting was informative and well received by all in attendance. It was fulfilling knowing our Nursing Department was able to advocate for our community members and to provide a realistic, all-encompassing picture of Health Care Programming and Services in our communities to those resident Doctors before they leave to practice on their own. All in attendance agreed that there is a need for these meetings to continue on a regular basis to establish partnerships, provide education and form positive working relationships moving forward. Thank you to Prairie Mountain Health for the invitation to meet and present.  We are grateful to be provided with the opportunity to advocate for our people to this wonderful group of resident Doctors.”

Every Child Matters

"National Day for Truth and Reconciliation -September 30th, 2022

In commemoration of National Day of Truth and Reconciliation, a West Region Treaty 2 & 4 Health Services Event will be held at the Dauphin CN Park from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.  Everyone is welcomed to attend and encouraged to bring their lunch and a lawnchair."

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International Overdose Awareness Day - Gambler First Nation -

On August 31st Gambler First Nation was pleased to present its Annual International Overdose Awareness Day Event.  The event was a great success and enjoyed by everyone in attendance.  Attendees were treated to numerous presentations and displays, a sharing circle, Naloxone Training onsite, a commuity barbecue, and even a song or two by Donna Campbell.  Thank you Gambler First Nation for the hospitality and this very important Awareness Campaign that was shared with everyone.  Meegwetch!

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Rolling River First Nation Elder and Youth Gathering  
August 12, 2022, a Elder and Youth Gathering was held at the Rolling River First Nation Pow-wow Arbor, to bring together community members to engage in traditional pipe ceremony, language teachings, a traditional community feast and a very special presentation by Dennis Whitebird.  Rolling River First Nation Chief and Council look forward to having more gatherings in the future.
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Indian Day School Class Action Settlement Deadline has been EXTENDED - Please be advised that the claim form submission deadline has been extended until JANUARY 13, 2023.  

Please click and print the two forms.  BOTH forms have to be filled out.  One is the original claim form, and the second is a deadline extension request form.  For more information and frequently asked questions please go to www.indiandayschoolsclaims.com.

'First Annual Jordan's Principle Youth Pow-Wow'
Rolling River First Nation - On August 23rd, a few hundred participants gathered together to honour our youth, at the first annual Jordan's Principle Youth Pow Wow.  The Pow-Wow came together after months of coordination, and years of planning as the original vision for the event began prior to the pandemic.  Jordan's Principle Staff's from the West Region joined together to make this event possible and were thrilled with the attendance and success of the pow-wow. 
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Orange Shirt Day/National Day for Truth and Reconciliation - On September 30th a "drive thru" event was held at the Dauphin City Hall, commemorating the residential school experience, honoring the healing of survivors and to commit to the ongoing process of reconciliation.  Orange shirt day is also about raising our communities awareness of the lasting effect and trauma of the residential school era and how they can be a part of reconciliation and the healing journey.For more information and to read more on Orange Shirt Day please follow the link:  WELCOME (orangeshirtday.org)

DECEMBER 2022

UPCOMING TRAINING & PRESENTATION

MORE INFO COMING SOON. 

event photo's

Rolling River First Nation Community Feast - June 16, 2022
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Cameron Catcheway - Chief - Vice President
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David Ledoux - Chief
Shirley Norquay IRS Brandon

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