Indigenous Network

Record #: PEL2098
Last Full Update: 02 Jun 2023

Contact Information

Office Phone 905-712-4726
Fax 905-712-9803
E-Mail info@theindigenousnetwork.com
Website theindigenousnetwork.com/
Social Media Facebook Facebook, Instagram Instagram
Primary Contact Kate, Receptionist

Site Information

Located In Community Mississauga
Address & Map
208 Britannia Road E
Unit 1
Mississauga, ON
Canada L4Z 1S6
Mailing Address 208 Britannia Road E 
Unit 1 
Mississauga, ON 
Canada L4Z 1S6
Physical Access Wheelchair accessible building including main entrance and barrier free washrooms

Description and Service Details

Description (Service) Centre to meet, socialize, share and learn from each other, services include

Tin pantry -- in collaboration with the Mississauga food bank

Wasa-Nabin Youth Program -- individual and peer support, life skills guidance, personalized plan of action, addiction prevention

Journey together: indigenous child and family outreach program -- deliver culturally specific experiences geared towards children and families attending EarlyON centres

Indigenous court worker program -- support, liaison services, resources and information on matters relating to the judicial system
Gladue writer -- write and submit a Gladue report to provide information to the court - for sentencing purposes - regarding the life circumstances if an Indigenous offender
Gladue aftercare -- case management to ensure the clients are meeting the needs of their sentencing conditions

Indigenous mental health and addictions -- sweat ceremony, sharing circles, one on one sessions with Elders, Healers and Seers

Urban aboriginal healthy living program -- nutrition education, physical fitness activities

Cultural resource
  • cultural and recreational program
  • traditional teaching
  • drumming circles
  • talkin circles
  • one on one, group and peer informal counselling
  • community referrals
Hours Mon-Fri 9 am-5 pm
Tin pantry -- Mon-Fri 10 am-5:30 pm
Areas Served Halton Region ; Peel Region
Eligibility ‚ÄčAboriginal people, including First Nations, Inuit and Metis
Wasa-Nabin Youth Program - youth 13-18 years
Application Complete client intake form
Tin pantry -- registration and brief intake form must be completed at initial visit
Languages English
Fees Services and programs free unless specified

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