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  • Site #1: Red Lake Indian Friendship Center, 1 Legion Rd, ph: 807-727-2847, fax: 807-727-3253
  • Site #2: Training & Conference Center, 114 Forestry Rd, ph: 807-727-3000, fax: 807-727-3790
  • For rental of facilities contact Monique Tougas
Organization: Red Lake Indian Friendship Centre - Site 1 - Head Office  
Phone Numbers: Site 1: 807-727-2847
Site 2: 807-727-3000
Toll-Free: 1-877-886-8988
Fax: Site 1: 807-727-3253 Site 2: 807-727-3790
Email: friends@rlifc.ca
Website: www.rlifc.ca
Address:
PO Box 244
Red Lake, ON
P0V 2M0
Street
Address
:
1 Legion Rd
Red Lake
 
Intersection: Legion Rd and Howey St
Location: Behind the OPP Detachment
Accessibility: Partially Accessible    Partially Accessible
Hours: Office: Mon-Fri 9 am-5 pm
Various programs: occasional weekends
Executives: Donald Copenace - Executive Director
807-727-2847 ext 224
Monique Tougas - Executive Assistant
807-727-3000 ext 26
Contacts: Cecille Imbeault - Receptionist and Secretary
807-727-2847 ext 221
Service Description: Administers programs and services to improve the quality of life for off reserve Aboriginal people with a focus on social, educational and cultural development

Located at Legion Rd near Howey St

Administers programs and services to improve the quality of life for off reserve Aboriginal people with a focus on social, educational and cultural development
  • Provides a meeting place for urban Aboriginal people
  • Hosts cultural events
  • Offers meeting space to agencies and community groups an a rental basis

Offers the following programs:
  • Aboriginal Alternative Secondary School Program
  • Aboriginal Criminal Courtwork Program
  • Aboriginal Healing and Wellness Program
  • Aboriginal Health Outreach Worker
  • Aboriginal Healthy Babies Healthy Children
  • Akwe:go Children's Program
  • Akwe:go At Risk Children's Program
  • Apatisiwin Employment Services
  • Canada Prenatal and Nutrition Program
  • Community Action Program for Children
  • Community Food Bank
  • Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Community Support Worker
  • Kids Are Recreationally Equal (KARE)
  • Life Long Care Program
  • Urban Aboriginal Healthy Living Program
  • Urban Aboriginal Healthy Living - Healthy Kids
  • Wasa Nabin Program

This organization is a Registered Charity

Fees: None
Application: All scheduled programs require:
  • Advance registration
  • Intake assessment
Eligibility - Population(s) Served: Off-reserve Aboriginal individuals and their families; high-risk families and families in need

Food Bank and KARE Program:
  • Available to all community members, regardless of ancestry
Languages: English ; Interpretive Services
Area(s) Served:
Kenora District  
See Also: Advocacy and Social Action for Indigenous Peoples
Ethnocultural Groups
Health Centres and Programs for Indigenous Peoples

This information was last completely updated on December 5, 2016

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