Ottawa-Carleton, ON

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Empowering First Nations and Inuit Youth on taking charge of their well being. more
75 School, Gesgapégiag, QC, G0C 1Y1 Map
418-759-3006
12 - 17 years
IFRC's programming focuses on families with children ages 0-13 years who are at risk. The goal is to promote healthy outcomes through four main core standard ... more
297 Savard Avenue, Ottawa, ON, K1L 7S1 Map
613-749-4500 x22
All ages
Tungasuvvingat Inuit (TI) is a community-based counselling and resource centre and serves to empower and enhance the lives of Inuit residing in Ontario. TI ... more
604 Laurier Ave. West, Ottawa, ON, K1R 6L1 Map
613-565-5885
All ages
The Mamisarvik Healing Centre’s vision is to help Inuit who are struggling with alcohol and drug dependencies and/or thenegative effects of residential ... more
1863 Russell Rd., Ottawa, ON, K1G 0N1 Map
613-563-3546
All ages
Wabano’s Mental Health Walk-in Counselling is a free counselling service for First Nations, Métis, and Inuit clients of any age or gender. It offers the ... more
299 Montreal Road, Ottawa, ON, K1L 6B8 Map
613-748-0657
All ages
Government funded youth addictions program in Thunder Bay. Services include: * Five-week residential program with 10 beds, serving youth 13-18 years old, with an average waitlist of 2-3 months. more
301 Lillie Street North, Thunder Bay, ON, P7C 0A6 Map
807-684-5100
13 - 18 years