Planning & Evaluation
Program Planning and Evaluation helps support the development of new programs and services as well as evaluate and adjust existing programs for ongoing improvement. This support can occur at both the regional and the community level.
Implementation of Approaches to Community Wellbeing will be a complex process. Each community is unique and will require different frameworks and types of support in framework development. Communication, partnerships and ongoing support in planning and implementation will be integral to the program’s success.
Community Wellbeing Facilitators are located at SLFNHA, Tribal councils (Independent First Nations Alliance, Shibogama First Nations Council, Windigo First Nations Council, Keewaytinook Okimakanak, Matawa First Nations Management) as well as Sandy Lake and Mishkeegogamang. They will liaise with communities, Tribal Councils and SLFNHA staff to help determine the structure, programs, roles and responsibilities, and training needs for community based positions within Approaches to Community Wellbeing. Additionally, Community Wellbeing Facilitators will be able to gain feedback from community members and community based programs to assist with ongoing regional Community Wellbeing planning.