What is Women’s Only Drop In?
Offered by Intervention Coordinator.
Provides life skills, crafts, games, and Inuit specific ideals to all Inuit women.
Special occasion workshops are offered throughout the year such as holiday celebrations, mini-feasts, and important dates that recognize Inuit people, anti-human trafficking and gender based anti-violence.
We meet weekly on Tuesdays 12 – 2pm.
What is Phased Programming?
Innunnguiniq (Making of a Human Being) provides workshops, sessions, and experiences that will enhance, improve, or teach new skills using Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit (IQ) Principles. It is divided into three different phases and one retreat.
Phase 1 – Tunnganarniq
Fostering good spirit by being open, welcoming, and inclusive. Introduction of a specific topic.
Phase 2 – Pilimmaksarniq
Development of skills through observation, mentoring, practice, and effort.
Skill building that reflect the topic discussed in Phase 1.
Phase 3 – Qanuqtuurniq
Being innovative and resourceful. Getting involved, leadership and peer support.
Contact the Intervention Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org to register for this program.
What is Youth Programming?
Offered by Youth In Transition Worker.
Collaboration with the youth participants to include guest speakers, outings and virtual programming that aligns with them.
Virtual and in-person programming including outings, arts and crafts, life skills, local Inuit artist performances.
We meet every second Thursday of the month from 3 to 5.
Contact the Youth In Transition Worker at email@example.com