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SOAHAC​​​Ska:na Family Learning Centre​Can-Am Indian Friendship Centre​

Aboriginal Health Access Centres (AHACs) are innovative, Aboriginal specific, Indigenous informed health care agencies. They provide a combination of health and social services to First Nations, MΓ©tis and Inuit communities, including:​

  • Traditional Healing
  • Primary Health Care
  • Health promotion services
  • Cultural programs
  • Community development initiatives
  • Social support services
​​​A​ Non-Profit Organization Helping our Children to a better future. Ska:na Family Learning Centre offers programs for children 3 month to 12 years. Through High/Scope approach to early childhood education, each child is supported and encouraged to develop and learn in a positive educational environment.
​The Friendship Centre has sought: To remain a community, grassroots driven organization; To improve the quality of life of community members; To develop programs and services that meet community identified needs; To incorporate Aboriginal traditions, and beliefs into Centre programming; To advocate on behalf of Aboriginal people within Windsor; To remain committed to a Code of Ethics that sees all individuals as equals.​
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​Can-Am Urban Native Homes​Aboriginal Child Resou​rce Centre​​​​L.A.W. - Indigenous Justice Support​
​​Can-Am Urban Native Homes is committed to providing affordable, suitable and safe homes for people of Indigenous ancestry living in the City of Windsor. We deliver housing, programs and services that promote the dignity, well-being and rights of Indigenous People.​​The Aboriginal Child Resource Centre provides cultural based programs and services that support the healthy development of young children ages 0 - 6 yrs. and their families.  
ACRC offers: 
* Family health education 
* Positive parenting 
* Workshops and seminars 
* Clothing exchange 
* Parent relief while attending programs 
* Nutrition and cooking programs 
* Children's programs 
* Recreational activities for the family and family outings.
​Sharon George is the Indigenous Justice Coordinator. She is an Indigenous Woman, who comes from the Oneida of the Thames First Nation. She recently returned to the community after working in London in Indigenous Child Welfare and the court system. She brings a wealth of knowledge in Indigenous people and the impacts of historical trauma. She is passionate about Social Justice and Human Rights for all people​