Native Courtworker and Counseling Association of BC

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The Native Courtworker and Counselling Association assists Aboriginal people involved in the criminal justice system. Services offered include legal representation and counselling for clients with substance abuse issues. The Association is committed to dealing with every client in a culturally-appropriate and respectful manner.

British Columbia Treaty Commission

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The Commission is the independent body responsible for facilitating treaty negotiations among BC First Nations, the government of BC, and the government of Canada. The Commission and the negotiation process were established in 1992 by agreement among the three parties. The Commission’s primary role is to oversee the negotiation process to make sure that the parties making progress.

BC Elders Communication Center Society

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The purpose of the Center is to provide a central communication office for Aboriginal Elders, their family and support workers in BC. Among the Center’s many activities are publishing the monthly newsletter the “Elders Voice” and organizing the annual BC Elders Gathering.

Prince George Nechako Aboriginal Employment and Training Association (PGNAETA)

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PGNAETA serves the First Nations and urban Aboriginal community in the north central interior of BC. Guided by Chiefs, urban leaders, employment practitioners, and Aboriginal citizens, the Association works collaboratively to help the Aboriginal workforce participate in the shifting labour market of today’s economy.

Northwest Inter-Nation Family and Community Service Society (NIFCS)

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NIFCS provides delegated child protection and family services to the Tsimshian and Haisla Nations. At present, delegated services include guardianship for children in permanent care and support for foster parents. The mission of the NIFCS is to deliver these services in a manner that preserves the cultural identity of our clients.

Northern Rockies Aboriginal Women Society

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Northern Rockies Aboriginal Women Society serves Fort Nelson and the surrounding area. Its mission is to provide culturally appropriate and empowering options for Aboriginal women, children, and families. Among the services offered by the Society are prenatal health education, assistance for special needs children, and legal representation in family court matters.