We provide services for the whole person - mental health and physical, cultural and spiritual health. These services are delivered from our Manoora and Edmonton clinics.
Male and female doctors and health workers are available at both Manoora and Edmonton Clinics.
As part of Wuchopperen's delivery of holistic care, the social and emotional wellbeing (SEWB) program is now embedded into each of our clinics focusing on all aspects of cultural, emotional, environmental and spiritual wellbeing.
Programs delivered by the SEWB team work to counter the effect of the impact of past traumas that have contributed to the social and emotional wellbeing of clients.
Under the ‘Happy Healthy Families (HHF)’ banner SEWB team members target groups with related programs that aim to break the cycle of social norms of family and domestic violence. Meeting the needs of those families requiring immediate and rapid solution/resolution and assistance, forms a major part of the work. Referrals can be received from within Wuchopperen’s health services, from external sources including concerned family members as well as self-referral.
Clients may also present as walk-ins to Wuchopperen, usually with immediate needs of assistance that include: crisis accommodation, assistance with forms and one-off advocacy and liaison support.
All clients are introduced to all members of the SEWB team to ensure they have continuity of care. Case meetings are held daily, weekly, and monthly and focus on the clients' general wellbeing as well as evaluating case plans, shared community service provider responsibilities and evaluating developments and follow up actions. These meetings also provide direction for staff to strengthen best practice.