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Native Healing Centre

Provided by: Prince George Native Friendship Centre (PGNFC)

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Service Description

Offers holistic and culturally sensitive programs to Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people who have been affected by trauma, addictions, or grief and loss. Services include alcohol and drug counselling, wellness groups, drop-in and crisis support, and a pro bono law clinic for family law. Offers counselling to individuals and families relating to issues such as violence, sexual abuse, sexual assault, family breakdown, residential school abuse, trauma, addiction, suicide, and mental health issues. Alcohol and drug services include counselling for youth and adults working through addictions, counselling for people affected by a loved one's substance use, group and family counselling, and education about addictions. Also provides access to Elders, cultural facilitators, and ceremonies to promote healing for individuals, families, and the community. Community-based victim services are listed separately. Translation is available for the Cree, Carrier, Sioux, and Ojibway languages, as well as American Sign Language. Open referral. Serves Prince George and surrounding area. Office hours are 9 am to 4:30 pm Monday to Friday. Funded by Ministry of Public Safety and Solicitor General and Northern Health.

Native Healing Centre

3rd Floor-1600 3rd Avenue
Prince George, BC V2L 3G6

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3rd Floor-1600 3rd Avenue
Prince George, BC V2L 3G6

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Last Verified: 2020-12-14

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