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PN-8100.0500-210 Families/Friends of Compulsive Gamblers Support Groups Change to Families/Friends of Individuals with a Gambling Addiction Support Groups, PN-8100.2000-250. = Families/Friends of Compulsive Gamblers Support Groups CODE CHANGE 07/11/19
PN-8100.4500-230 Families of Inmates Support Groups Change the ID# to PN-8100.2000-180. CODE CHANGE 07/11/19
PN-8100.0500-235 Families/Friends of Individuals With a Drug Use Disorder Support Groups Change the ID# to PN-8100.2000-235. CODE CHANGE 07/11/19
PN-8100.0500-230 Families/Friends of Individuals With an Alcohol Use Disorder Support Groups Change the ID# to PN-8100.2000-230. CODE CHANGE 07/11/19
YH-6000.3280-330 Inuit Community Canada Individuals whose ancestors have lived primarily in Inuit Nunangat, a Canadian Inuit term for the land, water and ice that make up their homeland throughout northern Canada. About 73% of Canada's 60,000 Inuit still live in Inuit Nunangat, spread among 53 communities. NOTE: Canadian only. CHANGE 07/11/19
YH-6000.3280-500 Métis Community Individuals of mixed European and Indigenous ancestry. The use of the term is complex and contentious; the Métis Nation in particular is defined as originating largely in western Canada, radiating outwards from the Red River Settlement and emerging as a political force in the 19th century. The Métis are now recognized as one of the three Indigenous peoples of Canada, although who may claim Métis heritage is not yet defined in legislation. NOTE: Canadian only. CHANGE 07/11/19
YH-6000.3280-200 First Nations Communities Individuals whose ancestry is that of the original peoples of Canada primarily south of the Arctic Circle. There are more than 50 different Nations across Canada, each with its own distinct language and culture. More than 1.3 million people in Canada identify as First Nations, with more than half living on reserve or in communities on Crown land. Status Indians (those entitled to be registered under the rules of the Indian Act) are able to access certain government programs and services. Treaty Indians (members of a community whose ancestors signed a treaty with the Crown) are entitled to the benefits under those treaties. Many individuals prefer to identify themselves by their specific cultural group (e.g. Nisg'a or Anishinaabe); the best approach is often to use the most specific term for a population. NOTE: Canadian only. CHANGE 07/11/19
PN-8100.0200-180 Domestic Violence Support Groups Mutual support groups whose members are individuals who have been involved in physical or emotional abuse by a spouse or other partner. The groups meet in-person, by telephone or via the Internet; provide emotional support, information and resources for those who participate; and may be structured for victims of domestic violence, those responsible for battering them, or for adults or adolescents who as children were traumatized by witnessing violence in their homes. CHANGE 07/11/19
RP-1500.3400-200 Community Treatment Orders Programs that can arrange a doctor's authorization for a person with a serious mental health disorder to receive treatment or care and supervision in the community as an alternative to continued hospitalization, usually for 90 to 180 days. A community treatment plan is prepared outlining medications, medical appointments and other necessary care. The consent of a person subject to a Community Treatment Order (CTO), or his or her substitute decision-maker, must be voluntary, informed and not coerced, and may be rescinded at any time although that may necessitate re-hospitalization. = Community Committals = Involuntary Outpatient Commitments = Mandatory Outpatient Treatment = Extended Leave Certificates NOTE: Canadian only. NEW 07/11/19
PH-6200.9200 Wilderness Therapy Programs U.S. DEFINITION: Programs that provide outdoor adventure courses for individuals struggling with emotional, social and behavioral challenges, with the aim of increasing self-esteem and self-reliance while fostering personal and social responsibility. Through immersion in an unfamiliar environment, group living with peers and the mastering of new skills such as fire-making and backcountry travel, participants are encouraged to push themselves and face challenges designed to be therapeutic in nature. Activities may include hiking, rock climbing, canoeing and kayaking, paddle boarding, mountain biking and horseback riding. Outings may be customized for troubled adolescents, survivors of violence or abuse, military veterans, people living with a disability, people recovering from a trauma or facing a major life transition, or others who can benefit from the experience. CANADIAN DEFINITION: Programs that provide outdoor adventure courses for individuals struggling with emotional, social and behavioural challenges, with the aim of increasing self-esteem and self-reliance while fostering personal and social responsibility. Through immersion in an unfamiliar environment, group living with peers and the mastering of new skills such as fire-making and backcountry travel, participants are encouraged to push themselves and face challenges designed to be therapeutic in nature. Activities may include hiking, rock climbing, canoeing and kayaking, paddle boarding, mountain biking and horseback riding. Outings may be customized for troubled adolescents, survivors of violence or abuse, military veterans, Indigenous individuals, people living with a disability, people recovering from a trauma or facing a major life transition, or others who can benefit from the experience. High school credits may be earned for some select programs. See also Caravan Camping/Trips (PL-8700.1500), Therapeutic Camps (PL-6400.1500-850). CHANGE 07/11/19

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