Our Library

Our Resources

How to access resources:

Resources available come in a variety of print and multi-media formats and are distributed free of charge through
the Za-geh-do-win Information Clearinghouse and on-line. For a complete listing of our resources,
view our catalogue online or call to have one mailed to you.

To order resources

  • Fax in your order to 1.705.692.9039
  • Call our toll free number 1.800.669-2538
  • E-mail in your order to:
  • Visit the clearinghouse on the Atikameksheng Anishnawbek

Our Catalogue

Please download a copy of our catalogue.
This catalogue gives you full access to all of our free resources and our loan items as well.

Our Publications

Za-geh-do-win Catalogue

The Za-geh-do-win Information Clearinghouse catalogue is a complete listing of all the resources available.

Za-geh-do-win Alcohol and Your Health

This pamphlet provides information on alcohol and your health. It explains the facts about alcohol and the risks.
It contains information on the physical, social and emotional effects regarding your health and alcohol.
Includes tips for a healthy lifestyle.

Za-geh-do-win Stress Management Pamphlet

This pamphlet provides information on stress management. It explains what stress is and what can be done to decrease the amount of stress in order to live a healthier lifestyle. It contains information on the causes of stress, signs of stress, how to cope with it and wellness tips.

Za-geh-do-win Abuse Pamphlet

This booklet provides information on the various forms of abuse. It contains general information on facts, definitions, coping strategies and where to go for help.

Za-geh-do-win Anger Pamphlet - Understanding Anger

This booklet provides information on anger. It contains general information on facts, anger coping strategies,
and where to go for help.

Za-geh-do-win Bullying Information

This pamphlet defines bullying, gives examples of the different types of bullying and gives the characteristics of people who bully and who are bullied. Various facts on bullying, how to deal with bullying, group bullying and adult bullies are also introduced. The Seven Grandfather teachings are used to show how people can deal with this type of problem.

The Key - Aboriginal Mental Health Services / Support Directory

An Ontario wide selection of available mental health services and supports. This directory provides listings on healing lodges, healing centres, health organizations and more.

Violence - Non-violence Let’s talk about it!

A pamphlet designed to open the discussion, what does violence mean to you. The pamphlet uses a tree analogy. The bare branches resemble violence and a healthy leafy tree represents non-violence. A cross-cultural perspective was used to develop the resource. Aboriginal/mainstream content.