The Thunderbird Partnership Foundation works with First Nations and Inuit communities. Our top priority is developing a continuum of care that would be available to all Indigenous people in Canada, using the Honouring Our Strengths document as a framework.
AMIS is the adaptable online database designed to enable NNADAP and NYSAP Treatment Centres to analyse client data quickly, streamline reporting, and focus on outcomes monitoring. The new Native Wellness Assessment instrument is now available through AMIS!
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What We Do
The Thunderbird Partnership Foundation offers seven ICBoC certified courses and a large array of toolkits which provide addiction and treatment center workers with the special skills and knowledge needed to work effectively within First Nations communities.
Buffalo Riders is a 5 day school based program. It is designed to enhance the capacity of a community to provide young people with early interventions and support services to help reduce harmful substance-using behaviour.
The Addictions Management Information System (AMIS) is the adaptable online database designed to enable NNADAP and NYSAP Treatment Centres to analyse client data quickly, streamline reporting, and focus on outcomes monitoring.