Days of Operation
Monday to Friday
Hours of Operation
9:00 am to 4:30 pm
Family Resource Center, and Trailer 22 (next to Nakoda Head Start)
(403) 881-2600 and,
Family Resource Network
Îyarhe Nakoda Youth Program (INYP)
INYP is a community outreach program focused on prevention and intervention to promote resiliency for youth, aged 12- 18 years old, in Mînî Thnî and surrounding area.
- Engage with community youth to encourage self-esteem, confidence and leadership through preventive measures and mentorship programs.
- Through a holistic approach, engage with and support youth through Stoney Nakoda traditional and cultural teachings to connect with the ways of knowing to support identity.
- Work collaboratively with our multidisciplinary outreach programs and other departments, the Stoney Education Authority, the Stoney Child & Family Services and all other interested parties including leadership, community members, and other local agencies and service providers.
- Refreshed after-school program
- Honoring Life Suicide prevention program which includes traditional land-based teachings and other cultural/traditional events, ceremony and celebrations
- Summer Camp
- After-school drop-in program – social, recreational
Mînî Thnî Crisis Support team
Our team offers programs and support to community members in times of grief
- Ensures timely access to necessary resources, support and services in times of crisis
- Works with our clients to address the underlying causes of the crisis; provide and or develop culturally sensitive training for community members and caregivers.
- Rapid response to an emerging situation
- Collaborates with community services providers to aid the community in time of needs
- Supports community members facing challenges with adverse situations
- Provides referrals to services and resources
- Offers informational/educational workshops and various health promotion topics
Location: Trailer 22, next to Nakoda Head Start
Contact: (403) 881-2600 or MTCrisisSupport@stoneyhealth.com