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Posts Categorized: First Nations Services
VAFCS is a community centre that provides social, cultural, recreational, and other life-enhancing programs and services to aboriginal people making the transition to urban society.
ACFSS provides a wide range of delegated and non-delegated services to help urban Aboriginal children and families. These services currently fall within five departments: Foster Care, Guardianship, Residential Resources, Family Preservation & Reunification, and Child Protection. Program work to support children and families in overcoming their challenges and staying connected to their cultures.
BWSS offers a wide range of support services for women who have experienced abuse, including crisis support, counselling, support groups, legal advocacy and much more.
Watari offers support and resources to youth around substance misuse, life skills training and street issues. Programs include: Youth Day Treatment Program, outreach workers and the Transition to Independence Program.
BYRC is a drop-in centre and hub for a wide variety of services for youth (ages 13-24) including support, counselling, a nurse and various cultural programs
Vancouver Native Health Society offers a multitude of social and counselling services, in addition to operating a drop-in medical and dental clinic in the downtown Eastside.
Operates a variety of programs and services for Native youth aged 13-24, including youth workers, outreach, a drop-in centre, the Aboriginal Safe House and a recreational, drug & alcohol and life skills activities.