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The Aboriginal Children’s Hurt and Healing Initiative (ACHH) acknowledges and honors all residential school survivors, the children who were never able to return home, as well as all families and communities on September 30th for Orange Shirt Day and National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. Our commitment to improving outcomes and...

ACHH is led by Indigenous communities to share Indigenous knowledge and cultural practices about Indigenous kids and youth's health and wellness. It is ACHH's commitment to always strive to enhance the quality of life of Indigenous kids based on Indigenous ways of being and doing. We share this short documentary...

The ACHH Initiative is excited to announce the newly published article by members of the ACHH Initiative team! During the gathering of this knowledge, our Indigenous communities taught us how to implement Two-Eyed Seeing, cultural protocols, and kinship in Indigenous-led studies to understand their health perspectives. We invite you to...

The Aboriginal Children's Hurt and Healing Initiative (ACHH) team expresses our sincere condolences to the Tk'emlúps te Secwépemc Residential School survivors, their families and community, as well as all Indigenous Peoples impacted by the dreadful discovery of the mass grave of 215 Indigenous children on the grounds of the former...

The Canadian Paediatric Society is reaching out to ask those who work towards preventing health problems in Indigenous Peoples to share their work in a virtual poster. While we can't be in person to learn about all the needed work, we can still virtually share progress and highlight the findings. Check...

The ACHH Initiative is so happy to see that The Two-Eyed Seeing Approach, which is one of the guiding principles of The ACHH Initiative research, was mentioned in the 2021 Report from the Canadian Pain Task Force. This is one example as to how understanding the culture, language, practices and individuals...

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