Sixties Scoop Indigenous Society of Alberta (SSISA) is a non-profit society formed to represent survivors in Alberta, create dialogue and engagement and develop true reconciliation.
Board members include representatives from Treaty 6, Treaty 7, Treaty 8, as well as Inuit and Métis representatives.
The Sixties Scoop refers to a period of time in Canada when an unknown number of Indigenous children were taken from their parents and communities by child intervention services and placed with mostly non-Indigenous families.
The SIXTIES SCOOP INDIGENOUS SOCIETY OF ALBERTA (SSISA) will promote reconciliation, healing, education & advocacy of survivors & their families through the inclusion of all Indigenous people by lobbying so the actions of the 60’s scoop never happens again.
The Sixties Scoop Indigenous Society of Alberta (SSISA) supports those disconnected through the 60’s Scoop by empowering them to achieve a sense of identity as Indigenous people.