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Aboriginal Programs / Services

Aboriginal Health- HealthLinkBC

As an Aboriginal or First Nations resident of British Columbia, you can access all the services and programs that are available to all British Columbians with your BC Care Card or the new BC Services Card. As well, there are programs and services that are specifically for Aboriginal, First Nations, and Inuit people in the province.more info

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Aboriginal Mental Health & Substance Use Services

Fraser Health currently has staff called Aboriginal mental health and patient liaisons, who help with connecting and supporting Aboriginal people, their families, and mental health staff to provide Aboriginal cultural appropriate services.more info

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Phone: (604) 814-5642
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Assisted Living Program

The Assisted Living Program is available to all individuals residing on-reserve, or ordinarily resident on-reserve, who have been formally assessed by a health care professional (in a manner aligned with the relevant province or territory) as requiring social support services.more info

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BC
Toll-free: 1-800-567-9604
TTY: 1-866-553-0554
Fax (toll-free): 1-866-817-3977
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BC First Nations Health Authority

Statistically significant health disparities exist for First Nations people in BC and across Canada. The First Nations Health Authority aims to reform the way health care is delivered to BC First Nations to close these gaps and improve health and wellbeing.more info

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First Nations Health Council

The First Nations Health Council (FNHC) is a provincial-level political and advocacy organization that is representative of and accountable to BC First Nations. The FNHC was created following the negotiating and signing of a series of agreements between First Nations, Canada and British Columbia (BC). The Transformative Change Accord, signed in 2005, committed the signatories (First Nations, Canada and BC) to establish a new relationship based on mutual respect and recognition and to close the social and economic gaps between First Nations and other British Columbians in several areas of health.more info

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First Nations Health Directors Association

The FNHDA is a professional association that represents and supports health directors and managers working in BC First Nations communities. Collectively, BC First Nations Health Directors have a wealth of information, capacity, and solutions to the population health issues in First Nations communities.more info

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Fraser Valley Aboriginal Children and Family Services Society

We honour and respect the unique cultures of families and communities as we work together ith integrity and dignity to ensure the safety and well-being of Children. Fraser Valley Aboriginal Children and Family Services Society (FVACFSS) provides culturally appropriate and holistic services through prevention, community development and child welfare programs to Aboriginal children, youth and their families residing on and off reserve throughout the Fraser Valley.
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34110 Lougheed Highway, PO Box 3359
, Mission , BC, V2V 6B2
Phone: (604) 820-2595
Toll-Free: 1-888-820-2595
Fax: (604) 820-2597
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Future 4 Nations Head Start Program

Future 4 Nations Head Start is a licensed centre providing services to a maximum of 20 children at one time. We run a morning and afternoon program, Monday to Thursday, and provide a nutritious meal for both classes.more info

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34110 Lougheed Hwy
, Mission, BC, V2V 6B2
Phone: (604) 820-4567
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Mamele'awt Queesome & To'o Housing Society

Mamele’awt Qweesome Housing Society provides affordable housing and support services primarily for Aboriginal people in the Fraser Valley in a way that ensures tenant safety, empowers self-determination and the honouring of healthy agreements.more info

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please call the office for physical address
, Mission, BC, V2V 1G0
Phone: (604) 820-3324
Toll-free: 1-877-820-3324
Fax: (604) 820-2175
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Mission Friendship Centre Society -Outreach Worker

The Mission Friendship Centre Society (MFCS) has been the key service provider for Urban Aboriginal population and non-Aboriginal People for over 40 years and has established a long standing  Services offered on-site are Alcohol and Drug Counseling and Referral Services, Community Health Programming, Elders Programming, Community Kitchen Connections (Daily Lunch Program), Outreach Services; Youth Programming ages 16-24, Stό:Lō Employment/Job Search programming, University of Fraser Valley upgrading program on-site, Volunteer/Mentorship/Job Shadowing opportunities, Mental Health Support, H.more info

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Mission Friendship Centre Society
33150a 1st Avenue
, Mission, BC, V2V 1G4
Phone: (604) 826-1281
Toll-free: 1-888-826-1281
Fax: (604) 826-4056
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