STAYING CONNECTED.
REMEMBERINGOUR RESILIENCE.

Work with our home communities / reserves to help with bringing survivors home and reconnect with community and family – our communities also need to heal from the loss of so many of our members – this requires concrete resources.
We want survivors to know that even in these tough times, there is still community and there is still support. Remember that, you are resilient and there is always hope.

For many, the Engagement Process was the start of new connections to fellow survivors and to a sense of belonging. While we endure the challenge of being apart during COVID-19, it is important to remember that we are not alone. If anything, the Engagement Process demonstrated that, while so many of us grew up isolated, we share a connection to each other because of what we have overcome. We are still here, we still have each other, and the global health pandemic will end. 

For those interested in connecting virtually, below is a list of online Sixties Scoop Communities that you are invited to explore or join:

In addition, the National Association of Friendship Centres(NAFC) represents 107 Friendship Centres and Provincial/Territorial Associations (PTA) in Canada to further connect in your community.
We will update this list as we learn of new groups and communities for survivors that promote safety and compassion for all members. Don’t see a specific group listed? Let us know your suggestions by emailing us at info@60sscoopfoundation.com
Thank you so much for your patience as we continue our journey of creating a foundation for Survivors, by Survivors.