The Ontario Government has mandated a province-wide lockdown effective December 26th, 2020 for twenty-eight (28) days.

As a result of the lockdown, our building is closed to the public and staff will be providing virtual services until February 1st, 2021.

If you are in need of immediate assistance you can reach out to:
First Nations and Inuit Hope for Wellness Help Line: 1-855-242-3310
Mental Health Crisis Line of Grey and Bruce: 1-877-470-5200
Withdrawal Management/Rapid Access Addiction Medicine Clinic: 519-376-5666
Addiction Services: 1-800-265-3133
Kids Help Phone: 1-800-668-6868
The Grey and Bruce Women’s Centre: 1-800-265-3722
Telehealth Ontario: 1-866-797-0000

If you aren’t sure who to call dial 211 and they will help direct you to local services and supports.

Please stay healthy and safe.

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Our Programs

M'Wikwedong has several programs that cover a variety of ages, including prenatal care, infants, children, pre-teens, and elders. Our programs are tailored especially for Urban Aboriginals.

2S-Indigi-Queer, & LGBTQQIAP+ Helper Building Gender and Sexually Diverse Communities Project

Aboriginal Court Worker

Aboriginal Healing and Wellness Strategy

AKWE:GO

Apatisiwin Program

Canada Prenatal Nutrition Program

Community Action Program for Children

Cultural Resource Coordinator Program

EarlyOn Child and Family Centre

Giiwe and the Indigenous Supportive Housing (ISHP) program

Indigenous Alcohol and Drug Worker

Indigenous Children’s Wellness Program

Life Long Care Program

Urban Aboriginal Healthy Living

Wasa-Nabin – Youth

Wiisinadaa – Let’s Eat!

Our Events

M'Wikwedong hosts or supports a wide variety of events. We encourage you to come out and participate, as they are great opportunities to socialize and see what's happening in our community.