Aboriginal Peoples

We help to change lives...
We collaborate with the police, the justice system and community partners to free families from domestic violence. Our clients come through referrals from the Calgary Police Service. Once a client is referred to us, we ensure they have a voice, a support and an advocate. Over the years, we have...
We serve children, adults and families who experience significant mental health, behavioural and developmental challenges. We use our expertise to help move them to success, and actively confront the barriers to wellness in our whole community.
For families going through the stress and trauma of being homeless or who are at imminent risk of homelessness, we offer emergency shelter and the programs and supports required so they can begin to stabilize and rebuild their lives.
Cassidy Roberts, Junior Achievement Alumni Speaking At The Calgary Business Hall of Fame
Imagine the potential each of us has when someone takes the time to invest in our future. We are the link between education and the business world.
Young mother watches over her infant daughter playing with her toes
For more than 40 years, we have been working to ensure people feel safe and supported, gain resiliency and thrive in their community.
A Momentum Trades Training class
We partner with 4,000 Calgarians a year who are seeking a sustainable exit from the cycle of poverty.
We provide Aboriginal-based programs dealing with addictions in the community. Since 1974, we've helped men, women and their families recover from the destructive effects of alcohol, drug and gambling addictions.
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Working with low income families in NE Calgary, we provide support and assistance with issues ranging from food security, parenting issues, domestic violence and financial instability. We strengthen families' well-being and assist them in living a healthier lifestyle.
Grade 7 students with U of C's Faculty of Nursing practicum students
NSTEP (Nutrition Students Teachers Exercising with Parents) our name says it all, we are on a mission to educate and motivate, children, teachers and parents to EAT more of the Four Food Groups, WALK more everyday, LIVE longer!
We draw on the strengths and guidance of Aboriginal traditions and teachings to support vulnerable children, youth and families. Through cultural practice, programming, and targeted interventions we strengthen family relationships and resilience.