The Wellness Team includes SAI employees in various roles whose work includes initiatives, resources, and projects at supporting wholistic wellness for children, families, caregivers, and staff.
The SAI Wellness Program goals and objectives is to support the overall health and wellbeing of children, youth, families, caregivers, and communities that SAI serves.
Memengwaa is the Anishinaabe word for butterfly. Butterfly survives a metamorphosis through cycles of nurturance and protection, supporting their ability to develop skills and strength, resulting in the ability to spread their wings and fly. This program is designed to support youth as they transition into adulthood, nurturing their special gifts and talents while supporting them to learn life skills.”
Support Worker Program’s (“SWP”) mission is to provide coordinated support services to First Nation children, youth and families. SWP continues to promote cultural and recreational programs that empower and enhance the lives of First Nation children, youth and families.
Shawenim Abinoojii Education Programs are created to provide alternative educational programming for the children and youth affiliated with Shawenim Abinoojii, serving the Southeast Region communities. Our programs provide social, cultural and academic support in a safe and nurturing environment.
On-reserve and Off-reserve Placement Service for children, youth and parents.
• Honour parent-child relationship through providing safer opportunities to reside together with support.
• Provide case management services utilizing the Signs of Safety for the purpose of promoting case plan progress
• Aid families in recognizing and building their personal support networks through community and family resources
• Prepare families for long-term independence from the child welfare system
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