Every Friendship Centre is managed independently from the OFIFC and offers supportive programs and services that are needed in their community, as well as providing a place of acceptance and well-being for Indigenous peoples.

As every Friendship Centre is located in a different geographical location, the needs of each community differ as well. The dynamic staff and volunteers from each Friendship Centre provide up to as many as 20+ programs for urban Indigenous people, with services covering the full spectrum of the life cycle.

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The Kapuskasing Indian Friendship Centre (KIFC) was incorporated August 19, 1985, and became a membe…

BRISC committed to delivering culturally based and appropriate programs, services and tools that sup…

The United Native Friendship Centre (UNFC) was conceptualized in 1971, incorporated on January 31, 1…

The Toronto Council Fire Native Cultural Centre (Council Fire) was established in 1978 and incorpora…

The Timmins Native Friendship Centre (TNFC) began operations in 1974, incorporated on February 24, 1…

The Thunderbird Friendship Centre was established in 1967, incorporated on November 29, 1971, and be…