The Ki-Low-Na Friendship Society (KFS) was established in 1974. The Ki-Low-Na Friendship Society will provide for the mental, emotional, physical and spiritual well-being of all peoples through the development of community-based services, while encouraging the community to preserve, share and promote Aboriginal cultural distinctiveness.
KFS - Indigenous Youth Justice Worker
The IYJ Workers support youth who have been in contact with the justice system and provides two streams of services: preventative outreach and wraparound services and a restorative justice program for youth.
KFS - Homelessness and Housing Support
Provides support to clients who are either homeless or at risk of homelessness due to crisis or transition.
KFS - Mental Health Program
One-on-one counselling, group workshops, anger management, and referrals to additional mental health resources.
KFS - Addictions Counselling
Prevention and treatment programs assist clients to recover to a physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual state of wellness.
KFS - Family Support
The Family Support program supports urban Indigenous parents who are involved with the BC MCFD, and have, or may be at risk of having their children removed from their care.
KFS - Family Assessment
Supports Aboriginal families involved with the MCFD to develop strength and resilience within families while ensuring safety of the children.