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Indigenous

Healing &

Wellness

Program

Program Mandate

The mandate of the program is to ensure that the healing and wellness needs of the Indigenous community are addressed by implementing the Indigenous Healing and Wellness Strategy at the local level in order to reduce family violence, promote healthy lifestyles culture based programming and healing. 

Program Objectives

The purpose of the program is to facilitate community events to promote healing, wellness addiction free activities, positive parenting, family interaction and cultural awareness. The program initiates community development activities which will lead to healthy families and lifestyles. It promotes positive family integration and activities targeting disadvantages and single parent family interaction as well as facilitate the positive reestablishment of families. The program promotes cultural heritage and pride by incorporating cultural awareness traditional teaching, acces to Elders and cultural activities into service delivery. 

Community

Individuals/Families

The program objective is to provide emergency services to violent family situation including support and follow as well as undertake intervene in crisis situations. The program refers victims/abusers to appropriate services as well as provide ongoing liaison service and follow-up to ensure family and individual needs are being met. It promotes healthy lifestyles by conducting home visits, workshops, seminars and public education forums. The programs objective is to promote violence free lifestyles and work with other community programs to promote a coordinated approach to healing

Community Services

  • To establish a relationship with community resources to facilities with community resources to facilitate increased sensitivity and awareness

  • To establish a system of referrals. To assist, upon request, non Indigenous agencies in order to ensure that Indigenous clients receive the service and support they require.

  • To promote linkages amongst community agencies so that the Indigenous community will have greater access to holistic healing and wellness approaches. 

  • To facilitate the understanding and support of community agencies for the Indigenous Healing and Wellness Strategy.

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Dryden Native 

Friendship Centre

Family, Friends, Community...

a tradition of helping each other

Dryden Native Friendship Centre

Monday & Tuesday:

8:30am-4:30pm

Wednesday to Friday:

8:30am-6:00pm

Urban Indigenous

Homeward Bound

Monday to Friday:

8:00am-5:00pm

1 (888) 838-3632

74 Queen St, Dryden, ON, 

P8N 1A4

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