United Native Friendship Centre
Urban Indigenous Healthy Living Program

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Description
  • Promotes increased participation in sport, physical fitness and recreation, and other programs that encourage healthy lifestyles
  • Offers individual and group information sessions on fitness and nutrition topics
  • Assists individuals in creating a personalized fitness program and provides supervision while participant performs the program

Offers specialized fitness and nutrition programs for:
  • Children
  • Youth
  • Women
  • Seniors and disabled adults

Healthy Eating, Healthy Weight
  • Offers a weight management program
  • Provides encouragement and health information to support individual in achieving wellness goals

Smoke Free Living/Smoking Cessation
  • Provides education and resources about initiatives to quit smoking
  • Offers a support group including mentors who have gone through the process of smoking cessation

Youth Leadership
  • Provides workshops to teach youth leadership skill development
  • Addresses topics including conflict management, decision making, goal setting, teamwork, time management and developing and presenting workshops
Eligibility
Open to all with a focus on off-reserve Aboriginal peoples
Fitness and Nutrition Programs
  • Children's Groups: 7-12 years of age
  • Youth Groups: 13-18 years of age
  • Senior's Groups: 50 years and up


Age Requirements: Ages: 7 year(s) and up;
Application Process
Requires a signed consent form and completion of program intake form
Fees
None
Accessibility
Fully Accessible
Legal Status
(50) Non Profit
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211 Ontario North
Last Verified On October 10, 2019

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