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.
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NATOA would like to extend a FREE invite to participate at our upcoming virtual Inaugural Youth Summit! Details: October 6-8, 2020 In developing this 3-day online Inaugural NATOA Indigenous Youth Summit, NATOA considered barriers that [...]
As a proactive approach to curbing the spread of COVID-19 and maintaining the safety and security of Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation’s employee staff, their families and the community, please be advised all clients/visitors [...]
The COVID-19 pandemic has taught the importance of being prepared for an emergency, especially if you are a young person who helps to provide care for a parent, grandparent or sibling in your household. Because [...]
MCFN Lifestyle and Balance Program is a diabetes prevention strategy and a proactive approach to managing the disease by taking part in a 22 week program with a personal trainer and dietitian beginning the week [...]