The Health Outreach workers focus on reduction of family violence is achieved through providing services for those that are most at risk, notably women and children.
To improve Aboriginal health through the delivery of programs and services that are culturally appropriate and address the prevention, aftercare and concurrent impacts of family violence on health. Services include but are not limited to; healing circles, counselling, crisis intervention, education, and training, Kanawayitowin community action plans, and activities using the Kizhaay Anishnaabe Niin Initiative model.
The program is designed to deliver primarily client and participant-based services to Aboriginal individuals, families and children. The priority focus of programming is related to reducing family violence.