This practical handbook is dedicated to Nunavummiut who have survived the passing of another person through suicide and is dedicated to the memory of those who have passed through suicide. If you are reading this handbook, it is because you have been impacted by suicide directly or indirectly. You are appreciated for taking the time to read this handbook.
Embrace Life Council thanks Klinic Community Health Centre and the “After a Suicide” Handbook Advisory Committee for allowing the adaptation of “After a Suicide” model to reflect the needs of the Territory of Nunavut and Nunavummiut.
A colouring book for children, including activities and images that promote and teach about Inuit culture and language.
The Internet and social media have become a much bigger part of our lives in recent years. It’s important that we know how to stay safe online, recognize possible dangers, and know what to do if something does go wrong.
Going through hard times is normal. We can get through hard times with the love and support of family, friends, Elders, and counsellors.
The 12 winners’ drawings of the 2020 Mental Health Art Contest we’re made into 2021 Calendars with ELC.
The Nuglugasuaq Contest is a territory-wide virtual contest for everyone to have a chance to win a prize.
Tea and Bannock stands occurred throughout the summer and early fall outside the Embrace Life office in Iqaluit.