Community Resources

Southwest Ontario Aboriginal Health Access Centre (Windsor)
SOAHAC provides a wide range of services to Indigenous peoples in Southwestern Ontario – traditional cultural services, mental health and addictions services, and clinical services (medical, diabetes education, nutrition and more). All of the services are culturally safe and trauma-informed. They are provided by a small staff team including a social worker for children and youth, and visiting traditional healers. 

Can-Am Urban Native Non-Profit Homes
Our agency is committed to providing affordable and suitable homes for people of Native ancestry living in the city of Windsor. Can-Am Urban Native Homes has 81 Single family homes, the Nash Kanonhsa Home, the Biimskiinodin Transitional House for homeless families and the Anishinabe Gamik Affordable Housing Program for singles/couple and seniors.

Métis Nation of Ontario
The MNO delivers programs and services for Métis people in Ontario, in the areas of healing and wellness, education, labour market development, housing, Duty to Consult and Accommodate, community relations, traditional knowledge, intergovernmental relations, economic development, finance, communications, human resources and information technology. 

Metis Student Solidarity Network
The Métis Nation of Ontario (MNO) Infinite Reach Student Solidarity Network is comprised of incoming and upper year post-secondary students who have the common goal of working together to enrich and enhance their post-secondary education experience. Members form a community of Métis learners within their college or university and support each other in their academic pursuits.

Can Am Indian Friendship Centre
Friendship Centres are community hubs where Indigenous people can access culturally-based and culturally-appropriate programs and services every day. Friendship Centres are dynamic hubs of economic and social convergence that create space for Indigenous communities to thrive. Friendship Centres are idea incubators for young Indigenous people attaining their education and employment goals, they are sites of cultural resurgence for Indigenous families who want to raise their children to be proud of who they are, and they are safe havens for Indigenous community members requiring supports.