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First Nations - First Nations - Birth To 6 - First Nations - Child Care Programs

Aboriginal Infant Development Program

The BC Association of Aboriginal Friendship Centers and the Ministry of Children and Family Development continue to support Aboriginal Infant Programs in B.C. (AIDP) The Office of the Provincial Advisor for Aboriginal Infant Development Programs gives support and educational information to AIDP workers throughout the province in regards to aboriginal infant development programs.more info

Address / Contact Info
551 Chatham St.
, Victoria, BC, V8T 5K1
Phone: (250) 388-5593
Toll-free: 1-866-338-4881
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C’imo’ca Head Start Childcare Centre

The BC First Nations Head Start (BCFNHS) On-Reserve Program is a program funded by First Nations Health Authority to enhance early childhood development, school readiness and overall family health and wellness for First Nations preschool children (birth to six years old) on reserve.more info

Address / Contact Info
BC First Nations Head Start
PO BOX 1027
, Haisla (Kitamaat Village), BC, V0T 2B0
Phone: (250) 639-9361
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Early Childhood Education Program - Office of the Wet’suwet’en

The Early Childhood Development (ECD) Department is designed to help parents, service providers and family members provide the best possible start for children. Early childhood development refers to the growth that takes place from pre–conception until age six. The early years are the most critical for neurological development, as the most significant brain growth occurs in the first six years of life. The experiences of early childhood have a profound impact on the overall health and well being of individuals throughout their lifetime. Children are taught Wet’suwet’en language, culture and traditions.more info

Address / Contact Info
Office of the Wet’suwet’en
3883 2nd Ave.
, Smithers, BC, V0J 2N0
Phone: (250) 847-1834
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Head Start Program

The BC First Nations Head Start (BCFNHS) On-Reserve Program is a program funded by First Nations Health Authority to enhance early childhood development, school readiness and overall family health and wellness for First Nations preschool children (birth to six years old) on reserve.more info

Address / Contact Info
426 Skidegate Heights
, Queen Charlotte, BC, V0T 1S0
Skidegate: (250) 559-8120
Phone: (250) 559-2386

Maternal Child Health (MCH)

The Maternal Child Health (MCH) Program supports pregnant Gitxsan women and families with infants and young children, who live on reserve, to reach their fullest developmental and lifetime potential. .more info

Address / Contact Info
Gitxsan Health Society, Gitxsan Health Society Administration
7700 Sik-e-dakh Rd.
, Sik-e-dakh (Glen Vowell), BC, V0J 1Y0
Phone: (250) 842-5165
Fax: (250) 842-2186
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New Aiyansh Headstart Program

The BC First Nations Head Start (BCFNHS) On-Reserve Program is a program funded by First Nations Health Authority to enhance early childhood development, school readiness and overall family health and wellness for First Nations preschool children (birth to six years old) on reserve.more info

Address / Contact Info
B - 4421 Adams Cres.
, Gitlaxt'aamiks (New Aiyansh), BC, V0J 1A0
Phone: (250) 633-2724
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