Indigenous Programming

Pikiskwetan | Grande Prairie Friendship Centre
780-532-5722 | Email: | 10507 98th Avenue

A free mental health program to help youth 16+ and adults.  If you are struggling with mental health or addictions and looking for assistance with connecting to cultural supports or overcoming barriers, please visit the website to register and a Mental Health Navigator will contact you.

First Nations Telehealth Network

A variety of educational sessions are offered through the Telehealth network and advertised on the Telehealth Portal.  Telehealth services are available to First Nations individuals and communities, staff who work in First Nations health facilities, and government staff who work with First Nations people.

Native Counselling Services of Alberta

Native Counselling Services of Alberta’s Mission is to promote the resilience of the Indigenous individual and family, through programs and services that are grounded in reclaiming our interconnectedness, reconciliation of relationships and self determination.

Wâhkômiwêw Connections Program | Native Counselling Services of Alberta
780-532-9359 | E-mail:

Wâhkômiwêw Navigators will support youth, their parents and caregivers to develop Individual Healing and Connection Plans.  Plans will build on individual and family strengths to create positive change.  Services open to all members of the community.

Western Cree Tribal Council | Health Programs 
780-524-5978 | E-mail:

Western Cree Tribal Council offers a number of programs available to members of Duncan’s First Nation, Horse Lake First Nation, and Sturgeon Lake Cree Nation.  Programs include:

  • Wellbriety: A 12 Step program that is inclusive of Indigenous culture and traditional Native ways.
  • Opioid Agonist Therapy Program
  • Narcan Nasal Spray Kits
  • Online Health Services

Indigenous Support Line | Alberta Health Services

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