Provides support, resources, and programming for Indigenous youth, ages 15 to 30, who identify as 2-spirit or LGBTQ+
Addresses social justice issues, improve safety for Aboriginal people and build the relationship between the Vancouver Police Department and the Aboriginal community through education, awareness and open dialogue
Addresses addictions, dependencies, and other issues in a holistic manner using Aboriginal teachings. Over 300 meals served daily.
A place where Aboriginal mothers, whom are facing homelessness, or dealing with their children in care of the Ministry can come to stay
Offers in-hospital and community support to help Indigenous people and their families with accessing culturally safe health care services.
Patient navigators work directly with hospital staff and health care providers to help patients with health care and discharge planning, hospital stay information, completing forms, referrals to community services, and more. Email email@example.com for more.
A mat and blanket shelter, with meals provided
Provides mental health wellness and substance use programs for members of the First Nations and Aboriginal community. Services include cultural support and teachings, counselling, group support, and workshops. Self-referrals accepted. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more.
A voluntary, short-term, live-in program for youth ages 16 to 18 who do not have a safe place to stay
Provides employment, education, and training services to Indigenous people living in Greater Vancouver
Advocate for and provide help to Indigenous families who are visiting the BC Children's Hospital
Supports Indigenous persons leaving federal institutions and those dislocated from society, to reintegrate into community by providing respectful wholistic services and culturally safe spaces
A health service delivery organization responsible for administering a variety of health programs and service for First Nations people living in BC.
If FNHA provides you services and you need to make a complaint or offer a compliment, you can contact their Quality Care and Safety Office at 1-844-935-1044 or email@example.com
Provide guidance and information about benefits available under the First Nations Health Authority
Provides housing and services to women and children fleeing violence
Programs and education to amplify Indigenous perspectives
Advice and representation for criminal matters, Aboriginal law/Indigenous legal issues, family law matters, child protection, human rights complaints, letters of administration, police complaints
Off-reserve Indigenous housing is available to households and individuals with Indigenous ancestry, including status and non-status Indians, Métis and Inuit
Provides no-cost legal services to Indigenous clients living in under-served areas of the province where access to legal advice or representation is difficult or non-existent
Offers recovery programs and counselling services for Indigenous persons
Partners Indigenous Elders with physicians and allied health professionals to provide physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual care to the community in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside
Offers housing, a medical centre, youth services, and more
Various programs, services, and resources of Métis persons
Represents 39 Métis Chartered Communities in British Columbia. Their mandate's to develop and enhance opportunities for Métis communities by implementing culturally relevant social and economic programs and services
A range of programs and services to help Indigenous persons recover and thrive
Education programs for Indigenous persons, in an Indigenous setting
Helps Indigenous people navigate the criminal justice system in BC, while providing support services for a healthier and more satisfying life free from alcohol, drugs, and violence
Works toward a matriarchal community where all Indigenous women in BC are safe and respected with a sense of belonging and connection to cultural traditions
Free recreational activities, employment programs, and mentorship for children and youth, with a focus on Indigenous cultural education
Offers services and supports to families and survivors of the inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls
Assists individuals seeking to apply for or renew their Status Card. This government-issued identification card confirms an individual's registration as an Indigenous person in Canada, and is an important document for accessing a range of essential services and benefits.
Empowers Indigenous communities through support programs and activities
A range of programs for Indigenous youth
Provides restorative, holistic and culturally-grounded family services
Provides programs in health, welfare, social services, human rights, culture, education, recreation and equality for all genders of aboriginal people of all age groups
A not-for-profit healthcare and social services provider that strives to improve and promote the physical, emotional, mental and spiritual health of the urban Indigenous population
Provides justice, homelessness and crime prevention services to Indigenous people within Metro Vancouver
Provides safe, secure, and affordable housing, focused on the housing needs of the urban Indigenous community
Provides support and services on an individual as well as group basis, to Indigenous foster children, youth, and families
Works to restore the traditional Aboriginal values of honour, respect, and equality