Shekoli, Ahnee, Boozhoo, Koolamalsi, Welcome….. Celebrating over 50 years of service
The N’Amerind Friendship Centre is a non-profit organization committed to the promotion of physical, intellectual, emotional and spiritual well-being of native people and in particular, urban native people.
The commitment is realized through the implementation of culturally relevant programs aimed at social recreational and educational needs; at developing leadership, at increasing awareness levels of native heritage, establishing resources for community development and in promoting the development of urban aboriginal self-governing institutions.
Realizing the Mission
The Aboriginal Friendship Centre movement guides volunteers, Board of Directors, committee members and staff in working diligently, enthusiastic, effortless and with much dedication to ensure that we positively effect the quality of life for Aboriginal people of London and surrounding area.
N'Amerind held a "Logo Contest" this past May thru June - the submissions were presented at our Annual General Meeting held on June 23 2022. The community who was in attendance at the meeting were able to vote on which logo they felt would best represent N'Amerinds new logo. We are proud to present our new N'Amerind logo made by Teyelihwa'ka:ne'.
Together We Walk The Red Path
N'Amerind Friendship Centre - Strategic Plan Survey 2022
“Specifically in regards to the Lake Erie Connector project, SNGRDC is currently conducting an investment review to understand which investment option is of best interest to the community. Throughout this process, we have conducted a series of virtual webinars and one in-person session.The following links offer information on the process and project:
- Project links: https://linktr.ee/LakeErieConnector
- Project webpage: https://www.snfuture.com/projects/lec/
- SNRDC Facebook page (with recordings from the Webinars): https://www.facebook.com/SNGRDC/
There is one remaining webinar being held tomorrow, April 20th at 6pm to 7pm. Six Nations Band Members are welcome to register for webinars and submit any questions or concerns at the following link: https://www.snfuture.com/projects/lec/. We are also open to holding a targeted session with Six Nations members who are interested and have not attended a webinar yet, before the Review window closes in early May.”
The N’Amerind Friendship Centre is currently offering services via electronic platforms (online video conferencing, phone, email or text).
To acquire in person services contact the respective coordinator.
Appointments may be made according to the individual program coordinators discretion. N’Amerind will follow this service approach to continue to protect all of us – clients and workers alike.
Any in-person contacts must follow social distancing measures including the wearing of masks by both clients and N’Amerind staff.
If you would like to get in touch with your specific program coordinator, you may call our main line 519.672.0131. Leave a message with reception or on our voice mail.
If you are visiting us to find out about programs and services, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and one of our team will respond as soon as possible. Thank you and take care.
This summer, London joined Ontario municipalities in signing a declaration of mutual commitment and friendship with the Ontario Federation of Indigenous Friendship Centres. Recently, Mayor Ed Holder met with N’Amerind Friendship Centre President Brian Hill to talk about the significance of this declaration and to formally sign this together.
If you require assistance from one of our staff please or send a message
through our Facebook Page
If you are feeling unwell
- you can use the self assessment tool at https://covid19checkup.ca
- Call Telehealth at 1-866-797-0000 for Telephone assessment if you have COVID-19 like symptoms, including fever, a new or worsening cough or new or worsening shortness of breath
- if you are not able to assess your symptoms, visit the COVID-19 Assessment Centres for further Information
Anyone with severe respiratory illness or a medical emergency should go to the hospital. Signs of severe respiratory illness include:
- shortness of breath
-severe fever that does not come down with Tylenol/Acetaminophen
- Energy so low that you are physically unable to get out of bed or barely able and must rest again immediately
Please be safe and continue to provide social distancing when possible!
PLEASE BE SURE TO CALL BEFORE COMING IN - All programs are subject to change /weather permitting
|GENERAL COVID UPDATE:|
N'Amerind Friendship Centre remains closed to the public due to the fast rising covid-19 numbers and the new variants that is present within our community. We are asking for our Community members to be safe and please social distance where possible. We will update soon as we know any more information on when the Centre will be opening back up for general use. If you require assistance please call the Centre at 519-672-0131 we will do our best to assist. All staff are available for contact via email - thank you and please be safe!
Please be advised that N'Amerind Friendship Centre membership is up for renewal
Due to COVID-19 we are having to do this year renewal and new memberships a little different
If possible please download and print the membership form , once complete (forms will be available from reception as well) bring money and form to the Centre - Monday to Friday 11 am til 2pm -
Buzz to reception upon arrival -
1. greet you
2. receive the money and form
3. give a receipt for the funds received
4. Membership Cards will be mailed out every Tuesday via Canada Post
ANY QUESTIONS PLEASE CALL
If you are not feeling well please stay home and take care - Health and Safe is utmost important at this time.