Bre McAdam (12 Dec 2020) People who went through Saskatoon’s mental health court reoffended less: study. Saskatoon StarPhoenix.
Penny Frazier, Cody Murrell Murrel, Dorothy Badry, Megan Mierau (Editor), Theresa Tucker-Wright (Editor), Erin Leveque (Eds) (16 Nov 2020) YOUTH IN CARE CHRONICLES: Reflections on Growing Up in the Child Welfare System. Independently Published The authors, for me, quietly honour the youth who still struggle, while still celebrating those that overcome tremendous odds and are able to control the pain rather than […]
Lisa Joy (10 March 2020) Use of force incidents increase, too many involve mentally ill inmates: Prison report. Canadian Press.
Niigaan Sinclair (5 Feb 2020) Opinion: Indigenous people get jails instead of help they need.
Ian Mulgrew (29 Jan 2020) Canada’s growing Indigenous prison population ‘a national travesty’. “…73 per cent of the men and 80 per cent of the women have the criteria for qualifying for a current mental disorder, 29 require follow-up with mental health services, 25 per cent have some kind of cognitive deficit, 10 to 23 […]
Kyle K (3 December 2019) Adults in the N.W.T. can soon get diagnosed at a new FASD clinic. “We’ve missed a huge population of people,” said Shawna Pound, the territory’s adult FASD program co-ordinator. CBC News, Canada.
FASD Ontario (July 2019) Parenting indigenous children: A Guide for non-indigenous carers. Health Nexus
Choate P, Badry D. MacLaurin B, Ariyo K & Sobhani D (31 October 2019) Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder: What does Public Awareness Tell Us about Prevention Programming? International Journal of Environmental and Public Health
Greenmeyer J, Popova S, Glug, M & Burd L ‘Fetal alcohol spectrum disorder: a systematic review of the cost of and savings from prevention in the United States and Canada’. Addiction. doi: 10.1002/add.14841 The literature on the costs of and savings from prevention of Fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD) was reviewed and a model for […]