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Dze Ḻ K’ant Friendship Centre





The Dze L K’ant Friendship Centre provides a number of quality services to the Aboriginal community. These services support people on their journey to become more self-sufficient and self-reliant. The Friendship Centre also dedicates time and resources to promoting awareness among Aboriginal people. Cultural pride, cultural identity, and confidentiality are the pillars of our organization.

Here at the Friendship Centre we strive to provide an environment where all Aboriginal people can belong. Whether you are a youth, elder, adult, or mother-to-be – in need of confidential assistance for major road blocks in your life or are simply looking for ways to improve your life skills – everyone is welcome at the Friendship Centre. We are a non-judgemental community with only acceptance in mind.

Please feel free to visit our site to learn more about the services we provide to our local community and the region. If you feel that our services could benefit you or someone close to you, please feel free to contact us. Our doors are always open at the Dze L K’ant Friendship Centre – we are waiting to hear from you.

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We are pleased to announce that our organization is offering a free First Aid Training Course to individuals who are interested in acquiring life-saving skills and knowledge.This comprehensive course is designed to equip participants with the necessary tools and techniques to respond effectively in emergency situations, ensuring the well-being and safety of those around them.By participating in this training, you will gain valuable insights into various first aid techniques, including CPR, wound care, choking management, and more. These skills are not only essential for everyday life but can also prove to be invaluable in your workplace, community, or any situation where immediate medical assistance may be required.The course will be conducted by our local first aid partners and experienced instructors who will guide you through practical demonstrations, interactive sessions, and hands-on exercises. Additionally, you will receive a certification upon successful completion of the training, which can enhance your professional profile and open doors to new opportunities.We believe that everyone should have access to first aid training, regardless of their financial circumstances. Therefore, we are delighted to offer this course completely free of charge. Our aim is to empower individuals with the knowledge and skills needed to make a positive difference in emergency situations.If you are interested in participating in this free First Aid Training Course, please send us an email or phone 250-847-5211 ext. 210 to reserve your spot. Spaces are limited, so we encourage you to act swiftly to secure your place.Thank you for considering this opportunity to enhance your first aid skills. We look forward to hearing from you and having you join us in this important training program. ... See MoreSee Less
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Indigenous housing support Clients are invited to join Jamie to make some Christmas ornaments and Christmas cards. on December 18th 2023 between 1:00 pm and 3:00pm. ... See MoreSee Less
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Let’s make some delicious cookies and let’s talk about assertive communication 🍪 join us on Dec 12 @ 1 pm at the Old Church. Please confirm your attendance by texting Manal at 250-877-9737 ... See MoreSee Less
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Dze L K’ant Housing Society

In 2019, the Dze L k’ant Friendship Centre Society incorporated a new housing society: The Dze L K’ant Housing Society. The Dze L K’ant Housing Society was created to own and operate culturally safe Indigenous housing in the communities we serve.