Record #: PSD0278
Last Modified: 17 Aug 2022
Last Full Update: 27 Apr 2021

Description

Description (Service)
Provides programs to improve the quality of life for Aboriginal people. 
 
Activities and programs include: 
  • youth and community action program for children 
  • community kitchen 
  • community development program  
  • Aboriginal family support program  
  • criminal and family court worker program 
  • health outreach, healing and wellness program 
  • monthly Good Food box 
  • Aboriginal community legal clinic 
  • long term care program 
  • cultural resource coordinator 
  • COVID operations coordinator 
  • Youth life prevention coordintor
 Weekly events include: an Aboriginal parenting program, sewing circle, Ojibway language, drumming, outfit making class and special events at various times such as luncheons and children's plays.

Service Details

Hours Office: Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pmProgram hours vary, call for details.
Areas Served Parry Sound District
Eligibility First Nations People (Status & Non-Status - Metis & Inuit)

Application Call or email for information. Register to become a member.
Languages English; Ojibway - Reception, Interpretation, Programs
Fees Most programs offered at no charge. Good Food Box $20 for a large box, $10 for a small box.

Address and Location

Located In Community Parry Sound
Address & Map
70 Isabella St
Parry Sound, ON
Canada P2A 1M6
Physical Access Fully Accessible

Contact Information

Office Phone 705-746-5970
Fax 705-746-2612
Website www.psfc.ca
Social Media Facebook Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Parry-Sound-Friendship-Centre/587549984647537?rf=156096574440576
Primary Contact Delores McKay, Executive Director; Phone: ext 101; Email: dmckay@psfc.ca
Mailing Address 70 Isabella St 
Parry Sound, ON 
Canada P2A 1M6

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