Safe house in tiny Nunavik village aims to break generations of trauma for Inuit – CTV News

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Safe house in tiny Nunavik village aims to break generations of trauma for Inuit – CTV News

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May 12, 2022

KANGIQSUALUJJUAQ, Que. -On any given day in Kingaqsualujjuak, Que., a person or family in crisis can call a 24-hour number and speak to a community member who can help.

Qarmaapik House offers a safe house for parents and children, and its goal is to keep families together, ensuring Inuit resources intervene when families need help.

“We use our language and we do the research on what we can do to help them out, for their family, for their children, or for individuals,” said Ellasie Annanack, a counsellor at Qarmaapik House.

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