What’s New at New Directions?
We are always busy giving the best services we have to offer individuals in our community. Find out what we’ve been up to below.
Training Opportunities for Youth raise
The Training Opportunities for Youth Service Area, working alongside the Opikihiwawin Program, earned over $14,000 dollars from selling orange t-shirts to the community.
From their earning, over $3,600 will be donated to the building of the National Indigenous Residential School Museum of Canada.
To order your orange shirt, call: 204-786-7051
Storybook Translated to ASL
The Big Feelings Come and Go has storybook has now been translated into ASL, along with Cree, Ojibwe, and seven other languages.
This storybook teaches kids about freeze, flight and fight and helps them learn some basic self-regulation skills.
Download your free copy today here.
Big Feelings Come and Go was made in collaboration between @cdnchildprotect and New Directions.
Agape Food Donations
In an ongoing partnership between Agape Table and New Directions, several of our Service Areas have received ongoing food donations that have allowed individuals in those programs to access healthy food.
Fall Season Brings in New Students
With the Fall season here, New Directions is welcomed 42 students across 11 fields of study as they partner with us to finish their areas of study.
Upcoming November Trainings &
New Directions is hosting several training and workshop opportunities in the month of November.
Find, and register for these training opportunities here.