- Canadian Child Welfare Research Portal – Aboriginal
- Sinha, V., & Kozlowski, A. (2013). The structure of Aboriginal child welfare in Canada. The International Indigenous Policy Journal, 4(2), 1-23.
- Trocme, N., Knoke, D., & Blackstock, C. (2004). Pathways to the overrepresentation of Aboriginal children in Canada's child welfare system. Social Services Review, December, 577-600.
- Walking this Path Together: Anti-Racist and Anti-Oppressive Child Welfare Practice. Edited by Susan Strega & Sohki Aski Esquao [Jeannine Carrier] (2009). Nova Scotia: Fernwood Publishing.
"This book offers students and experienced practitioners alike the opportunity to explore a range of visions, strategies and concrete skills for anti-racist and anti-oppressive child welfare practice…The book challenges the current Anglo-American child welfare paradigm by centering Indigenous perspectives and voices" (back cover of book).
- National Network for Aboriginal Mental Health Research, in partnership with Aboriginal Healing Foundation (2008). Aboriginal healing in Canada: Studies in therapeutic meaning and practice. Edited by James B. Waldram. AHF Research Series.
- Reading, J., & Halseth, R. (2013). Pathways to improving well-being for Indigenous peoples: How living conditions decide health. National Collaborating Centre for Aboriginal Health.
- Spear, W.K. (2014). Full circle: The Aboriginal Healing Foundation & unfinished work of hope, healing & reconciliation. Aboriginal Healing Foundation.
- Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada website
- Wesley-Esquimaux, C., & Calliou, B. (2010). Best practices in Aboriginal community development: A literature review and wise practices approach. The Banff Centre.
- Anishnawbe Health Toronto – Traditional Teachings and Other Brochures.
- Assembly of First Nations – Honouring Earth
- Atlantic Policy Congress of First Nation Chiefs Secretariat Inc. (2007). First Nations Spirituality: Planting the Seed.
- First Nations Pedagogy Online
This website has a vast amount of knowledge and resources available, including videos.
- McCarthy-Jones, S., Waegeli, A., & Watkins, J. (2013). Spirituality and hearing voices: Considering the relation. Psychosis, 5(3), 247-258.
- Native Women's Centre, Aboriginal Healing & Outreach Program (2008).
This is a resource pamphlet on traditional teachings.
- Assembly of First Nations (2015). First Nations Mental Wellness Continuum Framework. Health Canada.
- Canadian Collaborative Mental Health Care website.
- Canadian Collaborative Mental Health Initiative. (2006). Pathways to healing: A mental health guide for First Nations People. Mississauga, Ontario: Canadian Collaborative Mental Health Initiative.
- Mental Health Commission of Canada (n.d.). Holding Hope in Our Hearts: Relational Practice and Ethical Engagement in Mental Health and Addictions.
- Mind Your Mind
- Aboriginal Women and the Legal Justice System in Canada (2007)
- Amnesty International (2004). Canada – Stolen Sisters – A Human Rights Response to Discrimination and Violence against Indigenous Women in Canada.
- The Canadian Criminal Justice Association
- Legal Aid Ontario - Aboriginal people and Canadian criminal law
- The Justice System and Aboriginal People – Report of the Aboriginal Justice Inquiry of Manitoba
- Assembly of First Nations & National Native Addictions Partnership Foundation, with Health Canada (2011)
- Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse - First Nations, Inuit, Metis
- Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse - Competencies for Canada's Substance Abuse Workforce
- Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse - Inuit Wellness
- First Nations Health Authority (BC) – A Path Forward (2012)
- Government of Canada website – Addictions treatment for First Nations and Inuit (by province)
- Centre for Suicide Prevention (2013). Suicide Prevention Resource Toolkit.
- Joe, B. (2015). Suicide information and prevention. Ktunaxa Nation & University of British Columbia.
- Kirmayer, L.J., Brass, G.M., Holton, T., Paul, K., Simpson, C., & Tait, C. (2007). Suicide among Aboriginal people in Canada. Aboriginal Healing Foundation.
- Olson, R. (2013). Canada's Aboriginal communities and suicide: Called to listen, called to understand. Centre for Suicide Prevention.
- Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) Study website
- Bombay, A., Matheson, K., & Anisman, H. (2009). Intergenerational trauma: Convergence of multiple processes among First Nations peoples in Canada. Journal de la santé autochtone, novembre 2009, 6-47.
- Four Worlds Centre for Development Learning. (2003). Aboriginal Domestic Violence in Canada. Aboriginal Healing Foundation.
- Goudreau, G. (2011). Aboriginal Women's Initiative, Literature Review. YWCA Canada.
- Willmon-Haque, S., & BigFoot S.D. (2008). Violence and the effects of trauma on American Indian and Alaska Native populations. Journal of Emotional Abuse, 8(Issue 1-2), 51-66.
This is a video exploration that offers insight as to how First Nations people today are changing old ideas and empowering themselves in the greater community.
- First Nations History - We Were Not the Savages, 3rd Edition. By Daniel Paul (2006). Halifax: Fernwood Publishing.
Chronological in scope, this book tells the story of the last three centuries of Mi'kmaq history in detail.
- Wicihitowin: Aboriginal Social Work in Canada. Edited by Raven Sinclair, Michael Anthony Hart & Gord Breyere (2009). Halifax: Fernwood Publishing.
This book is the "first Canadian social work book written by First Nations, Inuit and Métis authors who are educators at schools of social work across Canada.