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 Fort Erie Native Friendship Centre (FENFC) was incorporated on February 17, 1983 and became a me…

The Dryden Native Friendship Centre (DNFC) was incorporated on November 13, 1984 and became a member…

The Can-Am Indian Friendship Centre (CAIFC) of Windsor was incorporated on June 8, 1981 and became a…

The Barrie Native Friendship Centre was incorporated on April 11, 1988 and became a member of the On…

The Atikokan Native Friendship Centre was first established in 1983 through the efforts of the Atiko…