Saskatoon Indian and Métis Friendship Centre (aka SIMFC)Print
Urban and rural Aboriginal service delivery infrastructure that provides culturally based Aboriginal programs and services to an Aboriginal population. Although the focus is on delivering culturally based Aboriginal programs and services, the agency operates under a status-blind policy which means anyone, regardless of Aboriginal status, can make use of services and programs.
168 Wall Street
Saskatoon, SK S7K 1N4
Services Offered by this Organization
- 60's Scoop Support Group
- Beading Class
- Children's Summer Program
- Family Violence Program
- Family Worker Program
- Métis Cooking Class for Youth
- Networking Luncheon
- Pow Wow Song and Dance
- Program Department
- Regalia and Ribbon Skirts Class
- Sweat Lodge Ceremonies
- Youth Department
- Youth Works Restitution Program
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