Shane Quewzance focuses on three entities at the All Nations Healing Hospital. First, the White Raven Healing Center collaborates with knowledge keepers, addictions workers, clinical psychologists, women’s health, and crisis intervention teams to provide the community with holistic and comprehensive treatment options. Second, the Pasikow Muskwa Rising Bear Healing Centre collaborates with knowledge keepers, registered nurses, dieticians, diabetes educators, and pharmacists to engage community members with the Chronic Kidney Wellness Initiative. Third, the FHQ Health Services Youth Action Plan (YAP) is funded by Health Canada’s Brighter Futures program and has been providing second-level health services since 2010. The YAP team is driven by the youth of the eleven First Nations within the File Hills – Qu’Appelle Tribal Council (FHQTC). The YAP team provides health programming for youth in Grades 9, 10, 11, and 12 who meet during the school year. They are given leadership opportunities to host meetings on topics of their discretion, but often include themes of suicide, addiction, bullying, gangs, culture, and tradition. By engaging youth, in discussions about issues facing the community, they become knowledgeable, resilient, and empowered.