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Nemaska first nation wellness program evaluation : [publication] : 1993 - 1997 /

by Nemaska First Nation; Québec (Province). Cree Board of Health and Social Services of James Bay.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Chisasibi, Québec : Cree Board of Health & Social Services of James Bay, 1999Description: 36, [51] p. ; 28 cm.ISBN: 2551191483.MeSH subject(s): Program Evaluation | Health Promotion | Indians, North American | Program Evaluation -- statistics & numerical data | Quebec | TextbooksPUBLICATION TYPE SAPHIR: ReportSummary: In 1996 the Nemaska First Nation Wellness Program applied for funds with which to commence a comprehensive review of the local wellness program. This program has been based on six basic principles : community ownership, community driven,community confidence,community commitment to change, leadership commitment to change and wellness service based on teamwork. The Nemaska First Nation Wellness Program has begun a process which has been instrumental in assisting a great many people to evaluate their lives and to decide whether they wished to implement changes which would ensure their continuing health and personal healing.
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In 1996 the Nemaska First Nation Wellness Program applied for funds with which to commence a comprehensive review of the local wellness program. This program has been based on six basic principles : community ownership, community driven,community confidence,community commitment to change, leadership commitment to change and wellness service based on teamwork. The Nemaska First Nation Wellness Program has begun a process which has been instrumental in assisting a great many people to evaluate their lives and to decide whether they wished to implement changes which would ensure their continuing health and personal healing.