Episode 192

On Truth, Reconciliation, and the Burden of Illness with Charity F


September 26th, 2022

41 mins 47 secs

Season 2

Your Host

About this Episode

This week we conclude our series on Truth and Reconciliation, the challenges Indigenous communities continue to face, and how we can all be better allies for reconciliation. Today, Caitlin Plant, Program Manager at Distress and Crisis Ontario, is joined by Charity Fleming, co-owner of Qualia Counselling, to learn about the impact of culturally adapted care, understanding of intergenerational trauma, and the burden of illness left behind. All of the resources mentioned by Charity, and our prior guests, will be compiled into one document and shared across our platforms shortly. If you would like to provide feedback or request future content, you can do so using the following link: https://forms.gle/o8yUPMss6wo8dP1X8. To connect with support related to this episode, or for anything else going on in your life, please visit www.dcontario.org/locations to find your nearest Member centre or use the “looking for support” sidebar to chat with ONTX. ONTX can also be reached by texting “SUPPORT” to 258258. Many of our Member centres operate 24/7 and ONTX is available from 2PM – 2AM EST, daily. Thank you for joining us as we embarked on this series, it has been a pleasure learning alongside you all.