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Support for health & well-being

Québec Native Women Inc.

The mandate of this organization is to defend the interests of Aboriginal women from Quebec and Aboriginal women living in urban areas. They are also a member of the Native Women's Association of Canada. They help women in areas such as health, training and education and social justice.

Women's Centre of Montréal

This non-profit Women's Centre of Montréal is to provide educational, vocational training, counselling and referral services to help women empower themselves.

Native Women's Shelter of Montréal

The Native Women’s Shelter of Montréal (NWSM) is a safe haven for women and children who are in abusive relationships or suffering financial difficulties. They host a number of activities for their participants including various art therapy projects and the annual Spirit Walk which is held to raise funds for a Healing Retreat.

Aboriginal Project of Québec

Projets Autochtones du Québec offers various programs for urban Aboriginals who are homeless or are experiecing difficult life situations. The program includes cultural support as well.

Native Youth Sexual Health Network

A sexual health promotion group focused on Native youth by providing resources for safe sex information, harm reduction, healthy sexuality information, and two-spirit mentorship.

Indigenous Women and Two-Spirit Harm Coalition

The Indigenous Women and Two-Spirit Harm Reduction Coalition is an Indigenous collective that offers free harm reduction resources, referrals, and services to Indigenous women and Two-Spirit peoples in Montreal. 

Rising Sun Child Care Centre

Child care service that provides education and cultural programming to First Nations, Inuit, and Métis children between the ages of 3 months and 5 years located in Verdun.

Food with Aboriginal flair

George Lenser

One of the hosts of the Aboriginal Student Resource Centre’s Winter 2016 Cook-off, Concordia student and chef, George Lenser creates fresh, healthy, gourmet food for your catered events. 

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