First Nations Resources
Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada – Manitoba Region – A federal government department providing details on programs and services of interest to Aboriginal people in the Manitoba Region at Manitoba Region of Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada. You can also find information about First Nations communities, tribal councils and active political organizations across Manitoba. Call 1-800-567-9604 or Email:

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.




Booklet (2017)

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