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Sixties Scoop Support Line
The National Indigenous Survivors of Child Welfare Network is launching a National Sixties Scoop Support Line, where Sixties Scoop survivors will have access to direct support and information. Following last month’s announcement by Canada of a proposed settlement for Indigenous survivors of the Sixties Scoop, the network has experienced an increased demand for support through its website and a request for a toll free number.
This peer support line will link survivors to services across Canada to support their emotional, cultural, spiritual and mental health needs. It will assist survivors in reconnecting to their families and communities, and provide information on accessing status cards, First Nations and Inuit Treaty rights and benefits, Métis Nation memberships, post-adoption documentation and Indigenous programs and services.
National Indigenous Survivors of Child Welfare Network
Toll-Free Line (9am-9pm EST): 1 866 456 6060
The Office of the Chief Medical Examiner (OCME) provides responsive front-line death investigation and death certification services.