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Neonatal Services

If you are pregnant and expecting or with a child, we can provide you with support, referrals and resources
Jordans Principal

Jordan's Principle

Program Description Jordan's Principle is a Federal fund that ensures all First Nations children have equal access to products and services. Jordan's Principle, within Nogdawindamin Family and Community Services, assists families involved with our services or residing in our catchment areas (if their First Nation is not already providing Jordan's Principle services for non-involved members). The fund is in honour of Jordan River Anderson, a young boy from Norway House Cree Nation in Manitoba. Service Eligibility Jordan's Principle eligibility is for children under 18 who are: A member of the
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Behavioural Therapy Model Program

Program Description The goal of the program is to provide culturally-based behavioural services to members (or affiliates) of the Seven First Nations along the North Shore, both on and off reserve, who meet eligibility criteria. Service is offered to clients in their communities, schools, and homes. Children and youth may require support in the areas of adaptive skills, school readiness skills, communication skills, decreasing maladaptive behaviour, sleep hygiene, coping/anxiety, social skills, and play skills. Treatment plans are individualized, flexible, family-driven, and designed around
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Alternative Care - Genawenman Binojiuk

Mission Statement Nogdawindamin Family and Community Services will assist the communities in their responsibility to strengthen families and communities for the safety and well-being of children by providing community-based services grounded in Anishnawbek values. We are committed to… - Ensuring that services support the best interests of an Anishnawbek child. - Promoting the spiritual, physical, emotional and mental well-being of our Anishnawbek children, families and communities. - Providing our families with community-based services. - Providing our families with strength-based services. -
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Adult Mental Health

WHAT WE OFFER We provide voluntary, confidential and comprehensive mental wellness supports for members of the seven First Nations along the North Shore, on and off reserve, providing: Mental Health and Addiction Counselling Individual and Group Therapies Cultural Services Access to Psychiatric Services Assessment and Referral Services Traditional Medicines and Ceremonies Walk-in Clinic / Brief Solution-Focused Services (Due to Covid-19 protocols, please see Tele-Counselling Supports at the bottom of this page.) Addictions Treatment – harm reduction Eligibility 19 years of age and older Have