New Resource - Policy Report
All Nations Hope Network has developed valuable resources throughout the years some of which include:
- Sharing the Knowledge manual
- Sisters in Spirit Manual
- Resource kit on HIV, AIDS and Hepatitis C
- Two-spirit pamphlet
- Video: " The Journey from my Head to my Heart"
- Prevention Resource Guide
- Positive Journeys Newsletter
Some of the resources are available here for print and others are made avaialble through workshops and training. Please contact us if you have any questions about the resources we have available.
Resources you can print:
The Journey from my Head to my Heart
Touching and personal stories of hope by Indigenous people living with HIV. This is an excellent resource for frontline workers who are working with indigenous people who disclose in a confidential manner that they are newly diagnosed or living with HIV or AIDS. For your copy of this video, please contact us.
Traditional knowledge and Indigenous ways are important and must be incorporated in the field of HIV.
Other Important Resources:
FSIN - Cultural Responsive Framework
Supporting Mothers in Ways that Work
Living with HIV, Know Your Rights
HIV/AIDS Epi Updates- Ch. 8 HIV Among Aboriginal People in Canada
2013 HIV AIDS Surveillence
Tuberculosis in Canada 2012
Canadian Guidelines on Sexually Transmitted Infections
The Saskatchewan Prevention Institute has created a new poster highlighting the fact that women living with HIV can have healthy pregnancies and healthy babies. With assistance from the Saskatchewan Indigenous Cultural Centre, the poster has been translated to Plains Cree, Woodland Cree, and Dene.
The Saskatchewan Prevention Institute has also updated resources focused on HIV, pregnancy, and tobacco use. These resources explain that for women living with HIV, smoking tobacco during pregnancy can increase the chances that HIV will be passed to the baby. Websites are listed to help pregnant women and those planning a pregnancy to quit or reduce their tobacco use.