Description & Services
Description (Service) Provides a culturally based program to support and address concerns of Indigenous youth who are at risk of negative behaviors
 
Addressing Violence 
  • Provides education on how to end violence in Indigenous communities 
  • Teaches about the effects of drug and alcohol abuse
 
Education 
  • Encourages youth to remain in school and provides support for obtaining high school diploma  
  • Offers homework assistance and time at the Centre to complete homework with access to computers and Internet
 
General Social Supports 
  • Provides individual counselling for areas that youth may be struggling with such as socialization and peer pressure 
  • Offers Native craft classes and regalia making sessions 
  • Teaches Native dancing, singing and drumming 
  • Allows the youth to participate in Elder's Circles
 
Healthy Living and Physical Development 
  • Holds individual and group educational sessions on healthy lifestyle choices including good nutrition and traditional food preparation 
  • Supervises non competitive recreational activities
 
Justice Intervention  
  • Accompanies any youth registered in agency programs to court proceedings if requested 
  • Provides education and information about the criminal justice system and court procedures
 
Youth in Care
 
Provides cultural education and support for youth living in foster homes within community and also to biological and foster families
Hours Hours not specified, call for details
Areas Served Greater Sudbury
Eligibility Ages: 13 year(s) - 18 year(s) 
 
Off-reserve at-risk Indigenous youth
Application Call for information
Languages English
Fees None
Additional Service Sites
Contact Information
Office Phone 705-674-2128
Fax 705-671-3539
E-Mail nnfcadmin@on.aibn.com
Website www.nfcsudbury.org
Located In Community Sudbury
Address 110 Elm St
Sudbury, ON P3C 1T5
 
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Intersection Elm St and Pine St
Physical Access Fully Accessible
Other Details
Legal Status (50) Non Profit