All programs for the Indian Friendship Centre are available to those who are Status, Non-Status, Métis, Inuit, or other. The only Aboriginal specific services programs at the SSM IFC are
Health Care and the Court Workers.
Some individual programs may have additional referral requirements such as N’Mminoeyaa Health Clinic, Life Long Care, Employment Unit. In addition, some programs may have mandate objectives to
fulfill. Call the Program Coordinators for more specific program and referral information.
N’Mninoeyaa Health Clinic Community Health
New patients must be Status, Non-Status, Métis or family member of
(e.g.. Child, spouse, common-law partner)
Restricted to families who are pregnant and/or have babies upto
six months of age.
Restricted to families with children 6 months to 6 years of
Healthy Babies / Healthy
Can serve pregnant women and families with children 0-6 years of
This program has been specifically designed to provide a
comprehensive program to urban Aboriginal children between the ages of 7-12.
This program is geared to provide services to Urban Aboriginal Youth
Alcohol & Drug
The alcohol &drug prevention program are available to assist
people who are pursuing a drug and alcohol free life-style.
Indigenous Courtworker Program
We have a dedicated staff to help nacigate participants through the Canadian Legal system.
Everything short of legal advice is offered.
Homelessness Outreach Program
For people who are homeless or at risk of
Foster healing, reduce family violence and
improve Aboriginal health.
Clients must be deemed elderly frail, chronically ill and/or
OGI Programs serves urban Aboriginal people
MTCU Employment Counsellor serve status people
Education - Urban Aboriginal Alternative HighSchool
Literacy and High School supports.
New and/or Returning Registrations.
Continuous Intake and Registrations.