The goal of NYFC is to provide quality programs and services to meet the needs of both Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal community members in Regina.
· To redevelop the NYFC as an organization of integrity with leadership that meets community and individual needs;
· To assist those individuals who need help in the areas of education, workforce preparation, life skills, and wellness. The NYFC will be an organization where people can come and receive help with whatever issues they face through either the provision of direct services or through referrals and advocacy;
· To develop and deliver programs and services that assist Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal peoples, living in an urban centre, in meeting their needs and to alleviate struggles in making the transition from rural to urban living; and
· To provide a safe area for families to learn positive life skills, parenting skills, coping and anger management skills. In order to accomplish this goal the NYFC will foster the development of support groups to meet our client’s needs.· Assisting First Nations and Métis individuals and families in making a successful transition to life in an urban setting.
Our programs are in place to help improve the quality of life for our Friendship Centre Members.
This program helps women and youth.
Cultural programming for members to attend and learn from.
Housing retention and emergency division.
Leadership development for youth in the community.
Feeding community members wherever they can. Food hampers and served breakfast or lunch.
Teaching languages to members.
Developing knowledge and skills and interest in Pow Wow dancing.
Organizational Capacity – $254,745.24
Programs and Services – $70,982.70