Below is a list of services we are proud to offer to children, youth, families and communities:
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Child & Youth Mental Health & Addictions
Providing support services to children, youth and their families experiencing mental health and addictions difficulties.
First Nation, Inuit and/or Métis youth between the ages of 12 – 17 who are in conflict with the law.
Youth in Transition
Our Youth in Transition program assists youth who are leaving the child welfare system and transitioning to adulthood.
This program provides services that are rooted in the cultural values and beliefs to ensure that both the Alternative Care Provider and the children/youth in the home receive culturally intelligent services.
Children and their families in our communities may be from time to time faced with physical, sexual and emotional abuse, neglect, drug and alcohol abuse, and the risk of suicide. Our role is to help these children and their families.
Children in Alternative Care
Dnaagdawenmag Binnoojiiyag Child & Family Services has a responsibility to provide adequate care and supervision of all children and youth placed in Alternative Care.
We provide culturally intelligent services for our people in ways that will enhance their strengths.