What We Do



Our programs and services are created and delivered with the support of our Elders Advisory Council with special attention on strengthening culture and identity, while honoring the strength of families.

We strive to work in a holistic way to keep families together and reintegrate children back with their families and extended families.

Our service delivery is done with an open heart and an open mind focusing on the best interest of the family while keeping children at the center.

We work to ensure children are connected to their family, and community while striving to ensure their inherent rights to heritage and identity are upheld in all we do.

We work with 17 First Nations Communities and with the youth and families in urban communities, or lats’ó:lmexw (away from home) families, we are blessed to serve. Youth and families in urban communities account for 85 per cent of our work.

We operate with offices located in Agassiz, Chilliwack (our head office), Mission, Abbotsford, Langley and Surrey. Currently we have offices in the following Indigenous Communities: Chowéthel, Xwchi:yó:m, Leq’a:mel, Sxwoyehá:lá, Shxwhá:y, and Ch’iyáqtel First Nations. Our goal is to have lease agreements in all 17 member Communities.

We meet monthly with Designated Representatives to ensure communities voices are heard. We are signatories in Information sharing agreements with Chiefs all 17 member communities, and the Province so every community knows where their children are in British Columbia.

The away from home children, youth and families we are blessed to serve accounts for 85+ per cent of our work. Staff work to ensure that they are following the new Federal Legislation C 92 – An Act Representing First Nations, Métis, and Inuit Children in planning with these communities.


Life Skills

We organize Life Skills classes for youth where they learn how to make nutritious meal plans, shop, budget and meet new friends.

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Sexual Abuse Intervention & Prevention Program

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Supported Connections

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Our programs are there to support children and their families in times of need and give them the tools and support they need for success. All programs are created with a cultural view in mind to reinforce and reconnect indigenous culture.


Your Responsibility

Under the Child, Family and Community Services Act all individuals have a legal responsibility to make a report if they have reason to believe that a child has been or is likely to be, physically harmed, sexually abused or sexually exploited by a parent or other person, or need protection.

The After Hours Provincial Helpline for Children is:

1 (800) 663 – 9122

Anyone can call for help, including children.

Your call will be answered 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

The following are resources and support services available in British Columbia:


Representative for Children & Youth

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Public Guardian & Trustee of BC

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Ombudsperson of BC

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Child, Family, & Community Service Act

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