Mi’kmaq Crisis Counseling Service Launches in Nova Scotia


‘Reconnection to our culture again is part and parcel of healing,’ says counsellor Robyn Hazard. [Full story at cbc.ca]

Two Mi’kmaw sisters are launching a crisis counselling service for people living on reserves in mainland Nova Scotia. Alsusuti Aboriginal Crisis Counselling Services will combine mental health support with traditional spiritual practices. “Our goal is to try to make sure that we are incorporating our culture at all times,” said Robyn Hazard, who lives in Lunenburg.

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