Providing Life-Journey Support Services
We provide a wide range of programming. Please explore our programs below.
Designed to assist urban aboriginal people who may experience problems associated with alcohol or drug abuse.
As part of a key component of Walking Together - Ontario’s Long Term Strategy to End Violence Against Indigenous Women, the Cultural Resource Coordinator Program is designed to provide cultural and traditional supports and services for Indigenous children, youth, and families.
The Aboriginal Healing and Wellness strategy was set forth to promote growth and healing for Aboriginal People via Aboriginal specific services. The mandate of the strategy is to reduce family violence, promote healthy lifestyles and deliver culture based programs and services to promote holistic healing.
The Kizhaay Anishinaabe Niin program translates in English to “I am a Kind Man”. The programs goal is to encourage men to speak out and end all forms of violence toward women and to foster healthy relationships.
The life Long Care Program intends to improve the quality of life and living conditions for all Aboriginal people who require Life Long Care.
The HPS seeks to address homelessness by working in partnership with communities, provinces and territories, other federal departments and the private and not-for-profit sectors.
This program is taking major strides to help community members to increase their physical activity levels and their cardio-vascular health; to become smoke-free; to increase their knowledge of nutrition, healthy eating practices and weight management; and, to enhance the leadership ability of our youth.
The focus of the IMHWP is to increase access to mental health and wellness, collaborate with individuals and to build supports within the community of Thunder Bay.
The Two-Spirit & LGBTQ+ Mentor provides support, resources, programming, and support such as sharing circles or one on ones to those who identify as Two-Spirit or LGBTQIA+. The 2S/LGBTQ+ Mentor is available to children, youth, and adults who need help or support. The Mentor can provide information sessions for parents/guardians/relations or to those who want to learn more, as well as education and resources for non-indigenous/non-LGBTQIA+ individuals to help create a safer environment and community
This is a food-based diabetes prevention and management program that seeks to improve the health outcomes for urban Indigenous people by increasing access, knowledge and skills around healthy eating, nutrition, traditional foods and traditional ways of knowing.
A diagnosis of diabetes is not a requirement for this program. It is open to everyone seeking to improve their knowledge around nutrition and wanting to take steps towards a healthier life.