Nato’ we ho win (formerly titled Creative Solutions to Easing Victimization’s Effects) project includes design, delivery, and evaluation of an innovative program that addresses the mental and physical health needs of Indigenous women who have experienced intimate partner violence (IPV) through trauma-informed, artistic, and cultural programming. Details of the project, including dates and contact information, are can be found at pathssk.org/natowehowin.
- Release from Ralph Goodale, MP- December 15, 2016: Ralph Goodale Announces Funding for Local Projects Addressing Family Violence
- CTV, December 15, 2016: Federal funding to help victims of domestic violence
- Regina Leader-Post, December 15, 2016: Arts and culture healing program for abused indigenous women gets federal funding
- APTN, December 16, 2016: Federal money to help indigenous women off reserve who are victims of violence
- Moose Jaw Times Herald, December 28, 2016: Moose Jaw to host pilot program for Indigenous survivors of domestic violence
- CBC Saskatchewan, January 4, 2016: Pilot project designed for Indigenous survivors of domestic violence
- CBC Saskatchewan, May 17, 2017: ‘It gives me hope’: New program uses Indigenous knowledge to help survivors of domestic violence