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BIG LAND Bulletin Board

BIG LAND Bulletin Board

 

If your non-profit organization has anything to add,

please call 1-800-356-4570 or email info@bigland.fm

  

 

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5 Wing Goose Bay is advising the public that the Dakota Range will be active from May 29 to 31, 2017, during daytime hours. There will be red flags around the Range to notify when shooting is happening. Roads in the area will be closed with wooden barricades. For your own safety, please stay away of the designated areas during this period.

 

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Virtual Support Group meetings are held on a monthly basis. Meetings are open to individuals across Newfoundland & Labrador and can be accessed by phone or by computer. Participants are welcome to maintain anonymity, listen or speak depending on their own comfort level. Email fetalalcoholnl@gmail.com for more information!

 

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Labrador Friendship Centre

 

Seniors Walking Group

Attention all seniors 55+


The Labrador Friendship Centre's 55+ Group in partnership with the Town of Happy Valley-Goose Bay, will have a Seniors Walking Group every Wednesday from 11:00 AM to 12:00 Noon at the E.J. Broomfield Arena. Come join them and bring a friend. If you need a ride be sure to book the Seniors Van. For more information please call Jamie Jackman at 896-8302 ext. 205.

 

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First Nations and Inuit Health mental health and wellness encompass both the mental and emotional aspects of being - how you think and feel. Some signs of good mental health include:

 

  • ·        Knowing and taking pride in who you are;
  • ·        Enjoying life;
  • ·        Being able to form and maintain satisfying relationships;
  • ·        Coping with stress in a positive way;
  • ·        Striving to realize your potential; and
  • ·        Having a sense of personal control.
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  •  If you're experiencing emotional distress and want to talk, call the First Nations and Inuit Hope for Wellness Help Line at 1-855-242-3310. It's toll-free and open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

 

For more long term care, contact the First Nations and Inuit Health Regional Office toll free at: 1-866-509-1769.

 

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Jan Morrison, outreach counselor at the Charles J. Andrew Treatment Centre is available for counselling indigenous youth at the centre by appointment. Call 497-8995 ext. 241. She will be at the Sheshatshiu Innu School Wednesday afternoons as well for drop in counseling.

 

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The Aboriginal Family Centre's Healthy Baby Club supports pregnant mothers of Inuit, Innu, and Metis children living in Happy Valley - Goose Bay requiring extra prenatal education and support.  We offer prenatal classes, nutrition tips, cooking sessions, food supplements, fun activities, and hospital tours.  For more information, or to see if you qualify, please contact the Resource Mother at 896-4398.

 

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If your non-profit organization has anything to add,

please call 1-800-356-4570 or email info@bigland.fm

 

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