Health & Wellness

Jordan's Principle in BC

Project Description

Jordan's Principle is meant to prevent First Nations children from being denied essential services or experiencing delays in receiving them. We created campaign materials to communicate about Jordan's Principle in BC, including video and radio ads, brochures, print materials, editorials, and more. We also developed a social media advertising plan. (Other videos can be viewed here and here.)

Living With Cancer book - Métis

Project Description

We created a support book called "LIving With Cancer, Everyone Deserves Support" for First Nations and Métis people living with cancer in BC. This was a project created by  partners Métis Nation BC, First Nations Health Authority, BC Cancer Agency and the BC Association of Aboriginal Friendship Centres. It was funded by the Canadian Partnerhship Against Cancer. It was a real honour to interview all the amazing people pictured in the book.

Living With Cancer book

Project Description

We created a support book called "LIving With Cancer, Everyone Deserves Support" for First Nations and Métis people living with cancer in BC. This was a project created by  partners First Nations Health Authority, BC Cancer Agency, the BC Association of Aboriginal Friendship Centres, and Métis Nation BC. It was funded by the Canadian Partnerhship Against Cancer. It was a real honour to interview all the amazing people pictured in the book.

Naloxone Wakes You Up

Project Description

We created a video that trains youth how to recognize and respond to an overdose for the BC Centre for Disease Control's Take Home Naloxone program. We also worked with Inner City Youth to put together an art booklet based on a research project with street-involved youth in Vancouver who were asked about their experience with the program. Some of their meaningful comments are featured alongside illustrations by youth artists. Since these projects overlapped, we were able to work the youths' material into the video as well. Read a blog post for more details.

Clients BC Centre for Disease Control, Inner City Youth

Vancouver Coastal Health

Project Description

We created a series of graphics for Vancouver Coastal Health's Communicable Disease Control department to use in their ourtreach materials an on their website.

Circle of Life. Circle of Love.

Project Description

We are in the final stages of developing a video highlighting Canim Lake Band’s success at supporting those living with HIV or affected by HIV in their community in order to educate and inspire others.

Client: Canim Lake Band

Naloxone Saves Lives Videos

Project Description

Employing our signature documentary approach, we created videos about BC's Take Home Naloxone program that highlight the importance of the overdose reversing medication, and also trains both adults and youth in its use. The adult version, Naloxone Saves Lives, is featured above. Naloxone Wakes You Up is targeted to youth.
 
 

Clients Harm Reduction Program, BC Centre for Disease Control; First Nations Health Authority

Drawing Wisdom

Project Description

Drawing Wisdom is a Hello Cool World collaborative project co-founded by Jada-Gabrielle Pape (Saanich & Snuneymuxw Nations) and Kat Dodds (fifth generation Irish/Scottish Settler descent).  We make films, launch campaigns, hold workshops, and create teaching resources. All designed to celebrate Indigenous resilience. www.DrawingWisdom.ca

 

Arts & Health Mini-Doc

Project Description

Hello Cool World has been pleased to partner with Arts Health Network Canada and Arts Health BC to produced a ‘mini-doc’ on Arts & Health activity in BC. The mini-doc features a range of arts & health initiatives and interviews with a few champions of Arts & Health in BC. 

Partners Arts Health Network Canada, Arts Health BC

Vancouver Aboriginal Community Policing Centre

Project Description

We built a new website in Drupal using the Amani distribution developed by Peace Geeks for the Vancouver Aboriginal Community Policing Centre Society. The site features their service programs to build healthier communities, as well as a map of local community policing centres and ways to get involved.

Partners Vancouver Aboriginal Community Policing Centre, First Nations Technology Council

Tags Web First Nations Health & Wellness

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