Our strength is in the quality of service we provide, and in the relationships we build. But don’t take our word for it! Here is what some of our clients and associates are saying about our work.

“Awesome, inspiring, have so much knowledge, humble, overall THANK YOU… This training made me a lot stronger as a presenter.”
– CFS Participant in Saskatchewan (Cree Nation)

“Engaging, easy to understand, great listeners, delivered a heavy topic with great respect and caring; knowledgeable and fun to be around, humour is a good thing!
-CFS Participant in Saskatchewan (Cree Nation)

“The Good Medicine Programs really allows for capacity development. It’s about facilitating community members to take responsibility for their own health, which fits perfectly into our philosophy.”
– Health Manager – Kitselas Village Council

“This is exciting. Finally there’s a program that can relate to our people and our community.”
– Family Wellness Facilitation trainee – Iskut First Nation

“Thanks. Now we have the skills, information and resources to handle this on our own.”
– Program Facilitator Trainee – Ulkatcho First Nation

“Good Medicine has demonstrated an ability to cross culture boundaries and develop respect and rapport with people from a diversity of backgrounds and age groups.”
– Social Development Coordinator – Klahoose First Nation

“The Family Wellness program is a well organized and presented program that is consistent with our vision for effective parenting training”
– Dr. Allison Rees, Living in Families Effectively (LIFE) Parenting Seminars

“The trainers helped us to bring our own culture into the program.”
– Facilitation trainee – Iskut First Nation

“Go get them to your community- They’re awesome.”
– Participant, Eskay Creek Mine Closure Financial Wellness Program

“I found the session very informative and well organized. An excellent idea for building capacity within the community.”
– Participant, Takla Lake First Nation Family Wellness Program