Programs / Services

Programs and Services

The Flin Flon Aboriginal Friendship Centre, Inc. is a community-based cultural and community development organization accessing opportunities to improve quality of life, support self-determined activities, learn about and maintain cultural identity, promote respect for all, and encourage equal access to and participation in our society.

We strive to be an evolving culturally relevant organization that creates opportunity for empowerment and capacity building through leadership and advocacy in a respectful diverse environment.

Our core service area includes Flin Flon, MB, Creighton and Denare Beach, SK. As Flin Flon is a hub for surrounding communities for commerce, residents from outlying areas such as Cranberry Portage, Sherridon/Cold Lake, and Pukatawagan, Manitoba, as well as Pelican Narrows, Sandy Bay, and Deschambault Lake, Saskatchewan, also access services of the Friendship Centre.

Programs and services address health, employment, culture, justice, youth, family, social, community and economic development. On average, 2000 individuals enroll with our programs and services, with an additional 5,000 people attending special events.

Community and Social Development

Promoting community engagement and cultural growth.

Liason Services

Find and access the information you are looking for with respect to Health and Social matters.

Partners for careers

A unique job placement program providing a free service to individuals who are seeking assistance.

Aboriginal Head Start Programs

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Community Youth Programming & Resources

A diverse range of activities are coordinated weekdays after school, in the evenings, and on Saturdays. During the summer months/school closures, programming is delivered afternoons and evenings, 5-6 days per week.

Parent-Child Centre Initiative

Programming that supports Cultural Development, Wellness, Literacy, Physical Health and Community Capacity-Building.

Everyone Deserves a Home

Our Housing and Homelessness initiative

Cultural Services

Our Elder is available to teach history, values, traditions, and protocol with respect to First Nation and Metis cultures in our area, and to provide guidance and counseling.