qχeləc, nə́c̓əmat θəɬ kʷθə šxʷqʷeləwən
Many Voices, One Mind
View the categories below to find helpful organizations that work in these fields with links to their websites for more information.
Aboriginal Infant Development ProgramAboriginal Infant Development Program staff in B.C. works with Aboriginal families to support the healthy growth and development of aboriginal children during their most important early years of life of, newborn up to age 6.
Aboriginal Supported Child Developmentis a provincial program, funded by the Ministry of Children and Family Development (MCFD) that is designed to specifically meet the needs of Aboriginal children with special needs.
Child Care Resource & ReferralOffers quality child care referrals, resources and support to all child care providers and families in over 170 communities across the Province of British Columbia.
Success By 6Success By 6 ® is an early childhood development initiative dedicated to providing all children with a good start in life. It helps to ensure that children ages 0 to 6 develop the skills they need as they enter school.
Aboriginal Head Start Association
The Aboriginal Head Start Association of British Columbia provides support to the Urban AHS sites in BC. We do this in a variety of ways.
The Children's Foundation
Works to improve the lives of children by helping children heal from trauma, build healthy relationships, self-confidence and more.
BC Children's Hospital
Providing expert care for BC's ill or injured children from newborns to adolescents.
Health Canada - First Nations and Inuit Health
Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada (British Columbia)
Programs and services play a key role in achieving the goals of Gathering Strength - Canada's Aboriginal Action Plan. Gathering Strength has four main themes: renewing the partnership; strengthening Aboriginal governance; developing a new fiscal relationship and; supporting strong communities, people and economies.
Indian Residential School Survivors Society
Government of British Columbia
Free Nutritional Information just a call or click away! You can speak to a registered dietitian for nutrition information and advice, to answer general and medical nutritional questions. Vancouver Area: 604.732.9191 or Toll Free in BC: 1.800.667.3438
Nursing Services at HealthLinc BC
Toll Free: 1.866.889.4700
Poison Info Line for Public
Answered by nurses and pharmacists
Toll Free: 1.800.567.8911
About Autism Spectrum Disorder
BC Health File on Breastfeeding