As of September 1st, 2013:
The Odawa Native Friendship Centre has changed locations
Our new location is:
- 250 City Centre Ave
- Ground Floor
- Ottawa, Ontario
- K1R 6K7
- Phone: 613-722-3811
Urban Aboriginal Alternate High School has moved!
Home Childcare Providers Needed
Call Alison Tranter
Sweetgrass Home Childcare Agency
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Kizhaay Anishinaabe Niin - I Am a Kind Man
The overall purpose of the Kizhaay Anishinaabe Niin program is to end all forms of violence towards Indigenous women.
Who We Serve:
· Indigenous men and male youth (13+) who are proactively seeking cultural resources and supportive services in the movement to end violence against women
· Indigenous men and male youth who were or are currently involved in the justice system
· Improved self-esteem and sense of identity among urban Indigenous men within the program
· Reduced instances of violence against Indigenous women from men who have received program supports including those who were reintegrated into the community
· Reduced stigma around conversation on violence against Indigenous women
· Increased collaboration between Friendship Centres and Delivery Sites, levels of government and other organizations to support efforts to reduce instances of violence against indigenous women
· One-to-one Supports
· Group-Based Services
· Participant-Based Activities
One to One
· One-to-One Peer Counselling
· Service Navigation
· Individual Advocacy Support
· Justice-Related Individual Supports
· Individual/Family Support
· Individual Traditional Teachings
· Referrals to Other Friendship Centre Programs
Kizhaay Anishinaabe Niin is funded by the
ONTARIO FEDERATION OF INDIGENOUS FRIENDSHIP CENTRES. http://www.ofifc.org
For more information contact Jamie Dube, Coordinator:
250 City Centre Ave.
Phone: (613) 722-3811 x284
Fax: (613) 722-4667