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Education and Capacity Building in Sexually Transmitted and Blood Borne Infections (STBBI's)

Counselling Service, Program

Provided By: Blood Ties Four Directions Centre

Our mission is to eliminate barriers and create opportunities for people to have equal access to health & wellness and to live in our community with dignity

We offer education workshops and capacity building programs across Yukon Territory related to HIV, STI's, Hepatitis C, Social Determinants of Health, Harm Reduction and Overdose prevention. We can come to your community and work with your First Nations Health and Social department and / or youth department to deliver sexual and drug use health programming that is right for your community needs.  

Within Whitehorse, we offer direct social, health, and housing supports to people vulnerable to and affected by illicit drug use, poverty, homelessness, and addiction. 

Situational Analysis of Yukon First Nation Health & Social Department Workplace Realities

Project, Publication, Template

Provided By: Council of Yukon First Nations

An executive summary of a report on a study conducted through the Aboriginal Health Human Resource Initiative (AHHRI) circa 2009-2010, led by Council of Yukon First Nations (CYFN) staff and conducted by Metamorphosis Change Management . The study was a community-based situational analysis to assess Yukon First Nation health and social workplace realities with respect to:  job satisfaction; mental health; cultural competence; core competencies; and how these factors relate to the needs and expectations of Yukon First Nation health and social staff and departments. The purpose of the report was to document observations on current Health and Social Department best practices and challenges and create a toolkit (which is located in the appendices of the report).