Ontario Federation of Indigenous Friendship Centres

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Ontario Federation of Indigenous Friendship Centres by Mind Map: Ontario Federation of Indigenous Friendship Centres

1. Friendship Centres are community hubs where Indigenous people living in towns, cities, and urban centres can access culturally-based and culturally-appropriate programs and services every day.

1.1. There are 28 Friendship Centres and 20 non-Friendship Centre Delivery Sites in Ontario

2. How does the agency address equity, inclusion and awareness of cultural diversity? The priorities of Indigenous Friendship Centres are as follows: Culture & Education, Leadership & Leadership Development, Governance and Political Involvement, Self Sufficeny, Program & Service Delivery

3. What services/programs for Ontario students and their families?

3.1. Developmental programs, Healing & Wellness, Addictions & Mental Health, Health Outreach, Ceremony, Career Counselling, Children's Cultural Programs, Education & Employment, Justice & Court Programming

3.1.1. How are services & programs accessed? These services are available on a one-to-one basis or in a group setting where action plans are developed to help meet short-term and long-term goals of participants

4. Other Important Information: Toronto Council Fire Native Cultural Centre is located at 439 Dundas Street E. Toronto, ON M5A 2B1

4.1. Servies Include:Akwe:go: Urban Aboriginal Children’s Program Healing and Wellness Program Life Long Care Program Urban Aboriginal Healthy Living Program Wasa-Nabin: Urban Aboriginal Youth Program