Aboriginal

Building on what is currently present in communities, BC Early Years Centres are about communities working together to ensure that families have access to early years services that foster the health, well-being and development of children.
Child Protection Family Services Youth Justice Child/Youth Mental Health Child/Youth Special Needs Adoptions
The BC Association Aboriginal Friendship Center is a service for all age groups and is open to everyone. They offer a variety of different programs to meet everyone’s preferences as needs.
Nenan is a group of dedicated professionals, focused on strengthening healthy families by creating appropriate, child-centered Aboriginal systems of support that honour and meaningfully engage children and families.
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 A Wholistic approach that is consistent with both Traditional & Western healing practices.  Responds to Mental Health Concerns  Responds to issues of Anger, Addictions, Grief & Trauma  Based upon Aboriginal Cultural & Traditions  A Balanced approach of Body, Mind, Spirit, Emot
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 Mon & Wed 9 – 11:30 am 3 year old Preschool Class  Tues & Thurs 9 – 11:30 am 3 year old Preschool Class  Mon 1 – 3 pm Parent & Tots  Tues & Thurs 1 – 3:30 pm 4 year old Preschool Class
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The West Moberly First Nations (WMFN) is a member of the Dunne-Za (Beaver), and are signatories of Treaty 8, along with Saulteau, Doig River, Halfway River, Blueberry River, Prophet River and Fort Nelson First Nations.
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Our Vision: First Nations and Inuit people realizing their full potential and actualizing the unity and cohesiveness of First Nations and Inuit people in North Eastern British Columbia. Our Mission: To provide opportunities to improve the quality of life of First Nations and Inuit people in Nor
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