Tammy L. Barbour.


Tammy Barbour is originally from Whitby, Ontario. She moved to Nova Scotia in 1995, and lived in Cole Harbour in the Millbrook First Nation Community for many years. Tammy has three children; Sara, Lisa and Quinton Abram, as well as two grandchildren, Isaiah and Aiva (with a third on the way). Tammy has worked with the Mi’kmaw Native Friendship Centre in Halifax, developing programs and services for the off-reserve First Nations community. Tammy also contributed to the inauguration of the Mi’kmaq First Nations Healing Society with Della McGuire, and assisted with the development and delivery of the Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FASD) Train-the-Trainer program. Most recently, Tammy has been working with Healing Our Nations (HON) developing evaluation strategies, work plans, tools, and resources for the Health Canada programs serving the Atlantic Region. She also developed the family-based support model on HIV/AIDS when HON was known as the Atlantic First Nations AIDS Task F ...

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