Learn about the key social programs Indigenous Services Canada funds in First Nation communities, as well as other supports for Inuit families.
Services and information
Funds prevention and protection services to support the safety and well-being of First Nation children and families on reserve.
Supports 46 shelters, as well as funding for community-driven proposals for family violence prevention projects.
Supports greater labour market participation in First Nation communities.
Provides funds to identified service providers to help provide non-medical, social support services to people living on-reserve with chronic illness or disability.
Learn about funding available for organizations and projects that support urban Indigenous peoples.
Learn about Jordan's Principle, its recent changes and how it protects First Nations children.
The Child First Initiative ensures Inuit children have access to the essential products, services and supports they need.
Funding to provide prevention and well-being services for First Nations children and families on reserves and in Yukon.
Funding the purchase or construction of capital assets which support the delivery of child and family services and services under Jordan's Principle.
Long-term reform of First Nations Child and Family Services and long-term approach for Jordan's Principle
Agreements-in-principle on child and family services reform and compensation for discriminatory underfunding.
Funding for Indigenous-designed projects that improve community safety and well-being.
- Income Assistance National Program Guidelines 2022 to 2023
- Federal Government's Commitment to Action for Indigenous Child and Family Services Reform
- Reforming First Nations child welfare: Summary of engagement
- Canada and Nishnawbe Aski Nation work together on First Nation child and family services in remote locations