MNCFN Social and Health Services Mission Statement
Maamwi-gnawending is an Ojibway word which means “caring together.” The name of the social and health services building was chosen because it represents the people and services available. Those at Maamwi-gnawending are caring and work together to achieve a common goal of health and wellness within the community. The staff offer non-judgmental counselling and a broad range of social and health services.
The latest posts from MNCFN Social and Health Services Department
Friday, Jan. 22, 2021 Workout: Time to Shine Level 1= 3 Sets Level 2= 5 Sets Level 3= 7 Sets 20 Butt Kicks 10 High Squats 20 Butt Kicks 10 Reverse Lunge 20 Butt Kicks [...]
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Tuesday, Jan. 19, 2021 Workout: Ice Age Level 1= 3 sets Level 2= 5 sets Level 3=7 sets 10 Mountain Climbers 10 High knees 10 Mountain Climbers 10 High Knees 10 Butt Kicks 10 High [...]
Monday, Jan. 18, 2021 Workout: Complete as a circuit. Repeat circuit 3-7 times depending on how difficult you want it to be. 1-2 minutes rest in between sets. 40 Jumping Jacks 30 Box Jumps 40 [...]
January 20, 2021 OPEN LETTER TO OUR MANY THOUSANDS OF INDIGENOUS COMMUNITY MEMBERS WITHIN THE LHIN 4 AREA LIVING ON RESERVE AND LIVING OFF RESERVE. DEAR COMMUNITY MEMBERS, We, at the Indigenous Health Network, wish [...]