Non-Insured Health Program – For First Nations and Inuit, the Non-insured health benefits for First Nations and Inuit program through the federal government pays for drugs and other health benefits not otherwise covered under provincial programs.
Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs/WRHA– Patient Advocate Unit – providing advocacy and navigation services for all First Nations members regardless of residency. Contact 204-987-4120 or go to AMC Patient Advocate Unit. To talk to AHP – Health Services about Advocacy, call Central Intake: 1-877-940-8880 or go to: WRHA Aboriginal Health Programs - Patient Services
Eagle Urban Transition Centre (EUTC) – A Winnipeg-based service organization mandated by the Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs and serving as a central location for clients seeking transitional support while living in and/or relocating to Winnipeg. EUTC maintains an up-to-date inventory of resources, programs and services available to assist First Nation clients with day-to-day issues including housing, social assistance, addictions, resources for youth and services/programs in the areas of training/employment and education. Clients may use these resources on their own or with the assistance, support and advocacy of the EUTC counselors. Contact EUTC at 204-954-3050 or at Eagle Urban Transition Centre.
Centre for Aboriginal Human Resource Development Inc. (CAHRD) – CAHRD is a non-profit, human resource development organization that delivers Literacy, Education, Training and Employment services to the urban Aboriginal population of Winnipeg. Contact CAHRD at 204-989-7110 or at Centre for Aboriginal Human Resource Development.
Hummingbird Aboriginal Student Futures - Steps to get a head start for your children by setting up a Registered Education Savings Plan (RESP). Short video clips help answer your questions.