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The remains of two hundred and fifteen children found in Kamloops. Many more may yet to be found. Our hearts are heavy as we mourn each and every precious life that was taken. #EveryChildMatters. Our thoughts are with the Tk'emlúps te Secwépemc First Nation and other First Nations communities whose lives were, and continue to be, affected by the residential school system. Our deepest condolences to the families whose children were taken from them. Knowing that there is much work ahead for all of us to do, we remain steadfast in our commitment to Truth and Reconciliation, and Resurgence. The truths of our past must guide the future we build together.

June 21, 2021 marks the 25th anniversary of National Indigenous Peoples Day in Canada. At SOURCES, we recognize, honour and celebrate the heritage, diversity, resilience, knowledge and achievements of Indigenous Peoples. We actively aim to learn about First Nations cultures and practices and strive to create a safe space for coming together in our communities.

Starting July 8, 2021,  SOURCES' Trauma Counselling Program is running a unique eight-session group for individuals that have experienced childhood trauma, sexual assault, and/or interpersonal violence. Defining boundaries and applying them can be confusing and difficult, this group aims to help you: Recognize & apply boundariesWork with angerIncrease communication…

The remains of two hundred and fifteen children found in Kamloops. Many more may yet to be found. Our hearts are heavy as we mourn each and every precious life that was taken. #EveryChildMatters. Our thoughts are with the Tk'emlúps te Secwépemc First Nation and other First Nations communities whose…

Mindful or Mind Full? This Spring, SOURCES' Trauma Counselling Program invites you to join a unique 8-week online group to learn mindfulness tools! Learn how to: Use mindfulness as a self-care toolMindful eatingMindful movementMandela drawing & more! Date: May 7 to June 25, 2021 (every Friday from…