Wellness agencies work together for further funding

 

Probation officer Margaret Jerome is keen to start the Living in Balance program in collaboration with the Soaring Eagle Friendship Centre and hopes to work on similar solutions for teens in the near future. Photo by Sarah Ladik NNSL

Probation officer Margaret Jerome is keen to start the Living in Balance program in collaboration with the Soaring Eagle Friendship Centre and hopes to work on similar solutions for teens in the near future.
Photo by Sarah Ladik
NNSL

Hay River groups and organizations are preparing to roll out new programming after receiving a chunk of money – in excess of $100,000 – pegged for community wellness projects.

Most of the groups which applied for funding are members of the Interagency Committee, but all community groups, including the Town of Hay River and the Hay River Metis Council (HRMC), which will be managing the finances, had to work together to access the funding.

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