While we hope your communities, families, and organizations had a pleasant summer, and we’re glad to be heading into another busy autumn and winter, September comes with a sobering reality for Indigenous persons and communities in Canada.
Today is September 30th, or the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, and no doubt orange shirts, pins, flags, and social media icons will be seen everywhere.
This visual cue of support is valuable, but it is also empty without commitment to action and reconciliation, particularly from our allies and representatives.
We hope all our allies, representatives, leadership, networks and communities see September 30th as a reminder of what the 94 calls to action aim to address, and that your support for your Indigenous neighbors and colleagues continues beyond the shirts, pins, and social shares.
Reconciliation does not take place only one day a year.
Indian Residential School Survivor Society
24/7 Support call 1-800-721-0066
Former residential school students can call
1-866-925-4419 for emotional crisis referral services and information on other health supports from the Government of Canada.
Indigenous peoples across Canada can also go to The Hope for Wellness Help Line 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for counselling and crisis intervention.
Call the toll-free Help Line at 1-855-242-3310 or connect to the online chat.
For Your Interest
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