Referral Requirements

All programs at the Indian Friendship Centre are open to Status, Non-Status, Métis, Inuit, or non-Indigenous community members.  The only services exclusive to Indigenous clients are those provided by the Court Worker Program and the Health Centre.

N’Mninoeyaa Health Clinic Community Health Centre


New patients must be Status, Non-Status, Métis or family member of (e.g.. Child, spouse, common-law partner)




Open to families who are pregnant and/or have babies up to six months of age.


Family Support          


Open to families with children 6 months to 6 years of age                                                                                                  


Healthy Babies / Healthy Children   


Open to pregnant women and families with children 0-6 years of age.




This program has been specifically designed to provide a comprehensive program to urban Indigenous children between the ages of 7-12.


Wasa Nabin   


This program is geared to provide services to urban Indigenous youth ages 13-18.


Alcohol & Drug Prevention                   


The alcohol & drug prevention program is available to assist people who are pursuing a drug and alcohol-free lifestyle.          


Indigenous Courtworker Program


We have a dedicated staff to help participants navigate the Canadian legal system. However, we do not provide legal advice.


Homelessness Outreach Program         


For people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.


Healing & Wellness

Foster healing, reduce family violence and improve Aboriginal health.


Life Long


Clients must be deemed elderly frail, chronically ill and/or disabled.


Apatisiwin Employment Unit               


Open to all community members seeking employment counselling.  Funded supports are available to Indigenous community members.   


Education  - Urban Aboriginal Alternative HighSchool         

Literacy and High School supports

New and/or Returning Registrations.

Continuous Intake and Registrations.