Programs and services to support or assist families with children or young adults. Includes but not limited to: social and recreational activities, support for families who are involved with Child Protective Services, and supports for parents.
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- Child, Youth and Family Services
- Culture and Community
Activities and services that promote and strengthen the community and Indigenous culture. Includes but not limited to: opportunities to learn or practice the Mi'kmaq language, social or recreational events, sports, and Elders programs.
- Employment and Education
Services that help develop employability skills, gain education, take part in on-the-job training, prepare for job searches, career counselling, and assistance with resume writing or job interview preparation.
- Financial Assistance
Programs that provide funding to Indigenous community members for a variety of needs. Includes financial assistance programs to help cover non-insured medical costs.
- Health and Wellness
Programs and workshops that help people learn about health-related topics or assist people in receiving direct care for their physical or mental wellness.
Programs and services to help community members find safe and affordable housing.
Information and services related to restorative or alternative justice.