Providing Life Journey Support Services
To develop a sense of Native community in the City of Thunder Bay with opportunities for involvement and control by community members in addressing the issues that affect their lives.
401 N. Cumberland Street,
Thunder Bay, Ontario P7A 4P7
Niishin Neen - Cultural Based Anger Management Program
Every Thursday starting June 22nd, 2017 @ Thunder Bay Indigenous Friendship Centre 10:30am-12pm.
Call Terri at 345-5840 ext 9059 to register.
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Awakening our Leadership Spirit
Aboriginal Youth Leadership Program offers self, community and cultural development to the next generation of community leaders.
Tuesdays 11-2pm at TBIFC for ages 13-25. Food and bus tickets will be provided. For more information contact Lisa or Brianne @ 345-5840 ext 9084
New Hours for the Classroom.
Monday 1-4, Tues 9-4, Wed 9-4, Thurs 9-4, Friday 9-2pm
Crisis Response Services
This is a community based crisis support program for individuals experiencing a mental health crisis. It is available for all ages. In Thunder Bay call 807-346-8282. District of Thunder Bay 1-888-269-3100. TTY: 1-888-269-3100.
The Food Bank is open the 3rd Tuesday of every month 1:30 – 3:30pm
Healthy Smiles Healthy Kids.
Now there is a no-cost dental program for kids 17 and under that includes check-ups, fillings, x-rays and more. Find out if your child qualifies. Call the Health Unit at 625-5900 or toll free at 1-888-294-6630 or visit TBDHU.com.
Anishnawbe Skills Development Program:
We will now be offering child care expenses to “eligible learners”. Please contact Walter for further information.