PROVINCE WIDE


LOWER MAINLAND REGION

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  • A Guide to Aboriginal Resources in Greater Vancouver - Lu'ma Native Housing Society - Our guides purpose is to provide information, help you search, help you navigate, help you make good decisions, help you reach your goals in your transition to Greater Vancouver.
  • Aboriginal Patients Lodge - Lu'ma Native Housing Society - We serve over 400 guests per year coming to Vancouver from communities across the province for surgery, chemotherapy, radiation, pregnancy, transplant operations, diagnostic tests, and appointments.  Our patient guests range in age from infants to elders.  Our Lodge is the top choice fro long term patients who need to cook for their special diet and heal during treatment.
  • Lu'ma Medical Clinic - Lu'ma Native Housing Society -  The Lu’Ma Medical Centre provides a culturally safe and supportive site for both the Indigenous as well as the non-Indigenous community to access full service family medicine as well as internal medicine services.

ISLAND & COASTAL REGION

  • Hiiye'yu Lelum (House of Friendship) Society - The society provides health, social, recreational, and cultural services to promote individual, family, and community self-reliance. From parenting to homelessness programs they have a variety of support networks available.
  • Hulitan Family & Community Services Society - Hulitan preserves, unifies and advocates for Indigenous families by supporting healing and fostering resilience through culturally rooted programs, services and collaboration with community partners.
  • Success By 6 - Success By 6 is an initiative dedicated to ensuring Indigenous children ages 0 to 6 have access to programs that support their healthy growth and development. This website offers information to all community members on initiatives happening in local Nations/Districts and Urban Aboriginal agencies around the early years of child development. 
  • Surrounded by Cedar Child & Family Services - Provides a variety of programs focused on families and children. From child and youth counselling, to fostering and cultural programming the organization is dedicated to helping families thrive.
  •  Victoria Native and Friendship Centre - VNFC delivers career and employment services, Health and Social programs, vibrant youth initiatives, and dynamic arts and cultural programs. The centre is also equipped with excellent Health Services,  their health support system gives aboriginals access to services that can improve and or maintain a healthy happy life.

INTERIOR & KOOTENAY REGION

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NORTHERN REGION

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