Resolution Health Support Program
Provided by: All Nations Hope Network
Provides eligible former residential school students with access to emotional health and wellness support services, including:
- Professional counselling
- Emotional support
- Cultural support provided by Elders
- Assistance with the cost of transportation to allow individuals to access services not available in the home community
- Appeals assistance
All former Indian Residential Schools (IRS) students (regardless of status or place of residence) who are:
-Eligible to receive or who are currently receiving the Common Experience Payment;
-Resolving a claim through the Independent Assessment Process, Alternative Dispute Resolution or court process; or
-Participating in Truth and Reconciliation or Commemoration event.
The application process is complete, although staff are still offering support to those that are going through their IAP hearings.
Business Line: 306-924-8424
Hours of Operation
Program hours vary. Call to confirm.
All Nations Hope Network
2735 5th Avenue
Regina SK S4T 0L2
Transportation: Provides R-Cards for clients.
- HIV / Hepatitis C Testing
- Outreach Services / Awasiw – The Place of Hope
- Resolution Health Support Program
- Training and Education
- Warming Space
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