ZIC Resources for health,
healing and family violence.
Our resources come from a variety of sources including libraries, clearinghouses from Indigenous and non-Indigenous centres, communities, and organizations.
How to Access Resources
Our resources come in a variety of print and multimedia formats and are distributed free of charge.
You can access them by visiting the Za-geh-do-win Information Clearinghouse on the Atikameksheng Anishnawbek, download from our In-House Publications page, call to have one mailed to you, or fill out our online request form.
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Za-geh-do-win Alcohol and Your Health
This pamphlet provides information on alcohol and your health. It explains the facts about alcohol and the risks. It contains information on the physical, social and emotional effects regarding your health and alcohol. Includes tips for a healthy lifestyle.Download Now
Za-geh-do-win Stress Management Pamphlet
This pamphlet provides information on stress management. It explains what stress is and what can be done to decrease the amount of stress in order to live a healthier lifestyle. It contains information on the causes of stress, signs of stress, how to cope with it and wellness tips.Download Now
Za-geh-do-win Abuse Pamphlet
This booklet provides information on the various forms of abuse. It contains general information on facts, definitions, coping strategies and where to go for help.Download Now
Za-geh-do-win Elder Abuse
This booklet provides information on elder abuse. It defines what is elder abuse, the types of elder abuse, why it happens, where it can occur, the warning signs, and tips for prevention.Download Now
Za-geh-do-win Anger Pamphlet - Understanding Anger
This booklet provides information on anger. It contains general information on facts, anger coping strategies, and where to go for help.Download Now
Za-geh-do-win Bullying Information
This pamphlet defines bullying, gives examples of the different types of bullying and gives the characteristics of people who bully and who are bullied. Various facts on bullying, how to deal with bullying, group bullying and adult bullies are also introduced. The Seven Grandfather teachings are used to show how people can deal with this type of problem.Download Now
Za-geh-do-win Cyber Bullying
This booklet provides information on what is cyber bullying and how it's different from other types of bullying. It provides tips on what you can do if you are being cyber bullied, if you think your child is being cyber bullied or if your child is cyber bullying others.Download Now
Za-geh-do-win Understanding Grief
This booklet provides information on grief. It defines what is grief, how it affects you, common symptoms, where to get help, tips for healing and wellness, and how to utilize the Grandfather Teachings to cope with grief.Download Now
The Key - Indigenous Mental Health Services/Support Directory
An Ontario wide selection of available mental health services and supports. This directory provides listings on healing lodges, healing centres, health organizations and more.Download Now
Violence - Non-violence Let’s talk about it!
A pamphlet designed to open the discussion, what does violence mean to you. The pamphlet uses a tree analogy. The bare branches resemble violence and a healthy leafy tree represents non-violence. A cross-cultural perspective was used to develop the resource. Indigenous/mainstream content.Download Now
Help prevent the spread of Covid-19 in your workplace. Select artwork available upon request.
Remember to Wear Your Mask - Art
Digital Art: ‘Remember to wear your mask’ Artwork by niigaanii.Download Now
Respect the Rules - Poster
11x17 Poster: ‘Respect the Rules’Preview Request
Keep 2 Metres Apart - Decal
1ft x 1ft Floor Decal: “Keep 2 metres apart”Preview Request
Wash Your Hands - Poster
11x17 Poster: ‘Wash your hands’Preview Request
Wear Your Mask - Poster
11x17 Poster: ‘Wear your mask’Preview Request
Community Outreach Services
Support your event with relevant information and resources.
Each year we visit numerous communities across the province to distribute resources to community members. Invite us to your community event and we’ll bring our resources and inform your community about the services we have to offer.
Our participation at your event is at no cost to you. We cover all fees related to travel, materials, and event support. Our mission is to support your event with relevant information and resources for your attendees.Contact Us
Za-geh-do-win Information Clearinghouse and its partners organize a wellness series of inspirational workshops by experienced and informative speakers. Delegates will gather tools and gain skills to assist with the delivery of community services and self care. To learn more and how to participate, please contact us.Contact Us
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