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March 18th, 2022

Free Parent Webinar – Anxiety Among Children and Youth – April 19, 2022

Launch Behavioural Health will be running a Free Parent Information session via zoom Webinar on April 19, 2022 about Anxiety in Children and Youth. Launch staff and interns will lead a discussion about what anxiety can look like among children and youth. Strategies for how caregivers can support children and youth who are struggling with anxiety will be discussed and there will be an opportunity to ask questions and exchange ideas.

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March 1st, 2022

Free Parent Webinar – Low Mood/Depression in Children and Youth – March 15, 2022

Launch Behavioural Health will be running a Free Parent Information session via zoom Webinar on March 15, 2022 about Low Mood/Depression in Children and Youth. Launch staff and interns will lead a discussion about what low mood or depression can look like among children and youth. Strategies for how caregivers can support children and youth who are struggling with low mood will be discussed and questions you have will be answered.

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November 8th, 2021

Returning to in-person work? 5 ways to manage re-entry anxiety

Sweat pants (or maybe no pants), grubby t-shirts, no make-up, and time to do a workout and the laundry during the day instead of battle traffic: for many, these were just some of the perks of working from home. Of course, there were some serious downsides as well, like isolation, fractured team work, struggles with motivation and lack of social connection, which even introverts likely miss.

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October 14th, 2021

Flexibility is key when promoting fitness for mental health

No one need defend their interest in fitness. Its benefits for longevity and mental and physical health are irrefutable. Fitness has been shown to reduce anxiety and depression, help people manage their stress, sleep better, and cope with the effects of trauma and other difficult experiences.

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June 5th, 2021

Letter of Support – Discovery of the Remains of 215 Indigenous Children

We have taken a few days to reflect on the painful and tragic loss we know is being felt by Indigenous peoples. We are saddened and distressed regarding the recent verification of a well-known truth that was finally exposed by the discovery of the remains of 215 Indigenous children at the former Tk'emlúps te Secwépemc (Kamloops) residential school.

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November 5th, 2020

NAN Hope Program Featured on CTV News

The NAN Hope program, which was developed in partnership with KOeHealth and the Sioux Lookout First Nations Health Authority (SLFNHA), was featured on CTV News today. NAN Hope provides community-driven, culturally appropriate and timely mental health and addictions support to members of the 49 First Nations communities in the Nishnawbe Aski Nation in Northern Ontario.

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August 26th, 2020

NAN Hope Mental Health and Addictions Support Access Program Has Launched!

Dalton Associates has partnered with KOeHealth and Sioux Lookout First Nations Health Authority to develop and launch the Nishnawbe Aski Mental Health and Addictions Support Access Program (NAN HOPE). This program provides community-driven, culturally appropriate and timely mental health and addictions support to members of the 49 First Nations communities in the Nishnawbe Aski region.

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June 15th, 2020

Dalton Associates Is Committed to Standing Against Racism in All Its Forms

We promise to continue to strive for inclusivity within our organization, as well as to respond with cultural sensitivity to each client’s needs. We won’t always get it right. But we pledge to be an active part of creating a better and safer society by being open and curious, listening without judgment, making change where needed, and speaking out against racial injustice.

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