United Native Friendship Centre
Indigenous Family Support Program

Details
Contact
Map
Description
Offers services, ongoing support and education to assist families in the healing process
  • Prevents children from becoming at-risk because of certain conditions such as family violence, poverty, abuse, neglect and unhealthy living conditions by offering information and education on effective parenting and good life teachings
  • Promotes healthier child development through early childhood interventions including information sessions on pre-parenting preparation and child development
  • Provides information on children's nutrition, injury prevention, and child mental health
  • Offers culturally relevant and traditional programming, such as Community Kitchen and Circle Time

Provides public education and information in the areas of:
  • Developing family values that are culturally based
  • Developmental needs of infants, toddlers and pre school aged children
  • Effective parenting
  • Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS), Fetal Alcohol Effects (FAE) and Fetal Smoking Syndrome
Eligibility
  • Off reserve Indigenous individuals and families with children 6 years of age and younger
  • Open to all with a focus on off-reserve Indigenous peoples
Application Process
  • Intake assessment required
  • All weekly programs require pre registration
Fees
None
Accessibility
Fully Accessible
Legal Status
(50) Non Profit
Topic(s)
Agency Information
Copyright
Last Verified On October 10, 2019

New Search
Suggest Update
Share: