Aboriginal Family Support Program

Services being provided by Aboriginal Family Support Program during COVID-19 Pandemic

Services being provided by Aboriginal Family Support Program during COVID-19 Pandemic

The AFS program is still providing emergency food hampers, feminine Hygiene products, diapers and wipes. They are also providing craft/activity supply bags and school worksheets for family activities at home during social distancing.

The program also provides phone call meetings and “check-up” messages to maintain contact with clients. They are also providing referrals to other organizations in the community.

Starting in May, the workers will have a monthly calendar of events and programming that will take place, either as “drop off” material activity or virtual programming. Look for the calendar for more details.

AFSP staff are adapting the Aboriginal Family Support Program to best suit their program participant’s needs during this time, so calendar and services are subject to change.

Aboriginal Family Support Coordinator Contact Information familysupport@nechee.org

Aboriginal Family Support Assistant Contact Information familysupport2@nechee.org

Family Support Program

The program was created to support urban Aboriginal families with children aged 0-6. Services and programming are delivered in a culturally based approach and targets all stages of development of the child from infancy to the early learning years.

The program offers parent relief, children’s programs, community kitchen, parenting programs, and a children’s Pow wow.

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