Systemic Enablers of Well-Being
System enablers of well-being relate to systems (for example, the education, health, child welfare, justice systems) that provide needed services. Schools, hospitals, mental health programs, well-baby clinics and Head Start programs are examples of system components that support and enable well-being. Strong, community-focused, accessible systems that support families and individuals are instrumental to the development of healthy environments for Indigenous children and youth.
4.1.4Mental health interventions for Indigenous children and youth based in family, school, community and land-based settings
4.1.6Nutrition North Canada
4.2.2Provision of Education
4.3.1Child Welfare Laws
4.6.6Innovation in Research