Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls Family Support Worker

Roxanne Quock

Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls Family Support Worker

Meduh, I am grateful to be here working on this unceded Wet’suwet’en Territory. My name is Roxanne Quock, I am from the Thud-ga family and part of the Chiyone clan. My home community is Telegraph Creek, BC. My matriarchal line is 4 generations alive today.

My experiences from life have given me lived knowledge. I combine the lived knowledge and the formal education from College of New Caledonia Social Worker Diploma Program to assist me while I walk with people through healing journey’s and wellness processes.

The Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls Support Program is right where I want to be. I want to be part of the story, the healing, and the transformation. Making our communities safe for Women and Girls is important to me and working with you towards that shared goal is my passion.

The Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls Program offers trauma informed counseling and emotional, cultural and practical support to family members of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls in their own community. The Program recognizes and offers a whole family centered approach to families with complex needs and will focus on safety, self-care, mental health and physical wellbeing.