Service DescriptionKistesimaw - Our Eldest Brother: provides mentorship focused on 4 pillars (recreation, cultural reclamation, life skills), to boys under 12 years. Partnership with Province of Manitoba - Turnabout Program
Oshkabaywis - My Helper supports gang involved female youth (12 - 21) who are in conflict with the criminal justice system. Program pillars include life skills, employment, education, and cultural reclamation). Referrals from Probation Services - Female Gang Unit
Information and Office Administrative Assistant Program 12 month community-based program delivered on-site that provides graduates with accreditation from Red River College, delivered in partnership with Neeginan Institute of Technology.
Medicine Bear Counselling, Support & Elder Services Program: builds on the strengths and resilience of families that have been impacted by the tragic loss of missing and murdered loved ones. We incorporate Traditional ways of healing as well as Western methodologies.
Medicine Children's Lodge is a child care facility licensed by the province of Manitoba. We are licensed for 4 infants (12 weeks - 2 years of age) and 12 preschool (2 years - 5 years) children. Care is primarily available for children of those who are involved in Ka Ni Kanichihk educational programs
Restoring the Sacred We believe that our children are sacred and that their lives are important and worthwhile and it is our job to lead them in a process of self discovery and success; is a youth centered, culturally based, peer mentorship program for Indigenous youth, 14 - 21 who are relocating to Winnipeg to continue their education
The Butterfly Club is a program designed to engage, motivate, and support young Aboriginal girls, 9-13 years of age, in academic, cultural, and leadership development activities. The program provides the girls with an opportunity to participate in activities they would not normally have the opportunity to, to develop self-confidence and a sense of belonging; offers weekly programming guided by a curriculum which is comprised of activities guided by mind, body, and spirit
Sisters Circle engages, inspires and empowers the mind, spirit, emotions, and body of 20 Aboriginal girls between the ages of 9 and 13 years each from September to June. The girls will participate in cultural practices and education activities, as well as connect with respected female Elders, and traditional knowledge keepers. Through these sessions and supported by mentors, the young girls will develop greater self-esteem and self-respect and hope for their futures