Mental Health and Wellness -
Priority Setting: A Future for First Nations and Aboriginal People’s Mental Wellness and Substance Use Ten-Year Plan
This Priority-Setting Tool is intended to be utilized by the Tripartite Partners (Federal Government, Provincial Government, the interim First Nations Health Authority and Aboriginal partners) to engage with our respective members, stakeholders and systems. The Vision, Goals, Strategic Directions and Actions proposed in this Priority-Setting Tool have been developed through input from First Nations and Aboriginal people through forums, reports, input requests, accumulated data and the Tripartite process.
The purpose of this Priority-Setting Tool is to collectively affirm the proposed Vision Statement, Goals, and Strategic Directions, Actions and finally, to gather any further feedback as part of the overall engagement process. The affirmations, and feedback we elicit through this Priority Setting Tool will shape the development of a First Nations and Aboriginal Mental Wellness and Substance Use Ten-Year Plan (the “Plan”).
Priority-Setting: an opportunity for further involvement This exercise of priority setting provides an opportunity for those involved in the area of mental wellness and substance use to:
• work together to build upon existing resources and strengths;
• identify common areas of focus; and
• collaboratively transform the system to improve the health status of First Nations and Aboriginal people.
Click here to fill-out the MWSU Priority Setting Survey Online.
Deadline to fill-out survey: August 31, 2012