Indigenous Storywork to Witness Indigenous Students’ Experiences with Campus Recovery Support Services

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Jennifer Doyle


Guided by a group-based Indigenous storywork methodology, this study will explore the narratives Indigenous students construct of their experiences accessing and participating in addiction recovery support services on post-secondary campuses. The main objective is to understand what they found helpful and unhelpful in these services and to explore their beliefs and experiences regarding culturally responsive programming. By giving voice to the stories of Indigenous students with lived experiences, this study hopes to develop a set of recommendations that will inform future university policies and practices that will best support Indigenous students in recovery which is imperative to their academic success.

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Centering Indigenous Paradigms, Knowledges & Research Practices
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Jennifer Doyle, The University of British Columbia, Vancouver

Cree Nation