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Survey Introduction

The Southern Chiefs’ Organization (SCO) is conducting this survey to identify the needs and priorities for the citizens of SCO member Nations who are residential school Survivors, day school Survivors, and intergenerational Survivors to prioritize the path forward and advocate for accountability and action by governments and institutions. This survey also aims to identify how southern First Nation citizens want to best honour and commemorate the children who did not return home from residential school.
 
This survey consists of approximately 13 questions and should take 5-10 minutes to complete. The survey will remain open until Sunday October 23, 2022.

By completing the survey, you can enter an optional draw to win one of three Every Child Matters Hoodies.
 
Your participation is anonymous. No identifying information is collected as part of this survey and all responses are confidential.

 
Please note: While questions in this survey are not intended to be upsetting or triggering, please do not hesitate to call the numbers below if you need support.
 
SUPPORTS
 
If you require immediate support, please contact the toll free National Indian Residential School Crisis Line at 1-866-925-4419.
 
All Survivors, family members and those affected by residential schools—can access the Resolution Health Support program, which offers counselling, emotional support, and community-based cultural support services at no charge. To find out more or access supports near you, please call 1-866-818-3505.
 
You can also reach out to the following supports:
 
 - SCO Non-Insured Health Benefits Navigator: 204-946-1869 ext. 120 or NIHB.navigator@scoinc.mb.ca

-SCO Survivors Healing Supports Program IRS/IDS Liaison: 204-946-1869

- Toll Free National Hope for Wellness Help Line: 1‐855-242-3310
 
- Hope for Wellness Online Chat Support: hopeforwellness.ca
 
- Toll Free Manitoba Suicide Prevention and Support Line: 1-877-435-7170
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