The Culture & Wellness Program offers 5 day-long workshops that bring together ceremony, traditional teachings, Indigenous healing, non-verbal arts-based activity and attachment to repair insecure attachment, develop strong boundaries, healthy relationships and identity among Indigenous youth with significant life experience. This program builds the capacity of Indigenous youth to create their own path for their healing journey and self-actualization by repairing insecure attachment, developing strong boundaries, healthy relationships, and identity.
The workshops are delivered in urban centers across Canada, and the direct beneficiary of the program activities are Indigenous youth in transition with limited access to Culture (18-29), who are:
- Young men with previous involvement in the justice system, or young men focused on prevention for justice involvement
- Survivors of domestic violence and human trafficking
- Two-spirit youth.