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Renfrew County and District Aboriginal Friendship Centre

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Description and Services
Description (Service) Service provider for off reserve Aboriginals throughout Renfrew County * health care referrals to help connect people to the various programs available to them * assistance in obtaining affordable housing and in the maintenance of current housing through the following programs: Regional Rehabilitation Assistance Program * Rural Native Housing * Home and Vehicle Modification Program * education - scholarships and bursaries * employment * info and referral * Aboriginal Awareness Program (free for all schools and youth organizations in Renfrew County)
Hours Mon-Fri 9 am-4 pm
Areas Served Renfrew County - and beyond
Eligibility All Aboriginals of any age
Application Membership guidelines and application available for download online
Languages English ; French - By appointment
Fees Membership - One time fee to cover the membership card costs
Waiting List No
Contact Information
Office Phone office 613-687-4141 * cell phone 613-639-3105
After Hours Phone 613-639-3105
Fax 613-687-1515
Primary Executive Robert Guyea, CEO
Alternate Executive Dennis Dechane
Alternate Name Bonnechere Algonquin Community ; Bonnechere Algonquin Health Care Service ; RCC
Former Name Bonnechere Metis Association
Legal Name Renfrew County and District Aboriginal Friendship Centre
Location & Accessibility
Site Location Entrance located around back of plaza
Located In Community Petawawa
Address & Map
3477E Petawawa Blvd
Petawawa, ON K8H 1X2
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Intersection Petawawa Blvd and Victoria St
Mailing Address K8A 1R7
Physical Access Partially Accessible - Chairlift
Parking Free parking
Other Details
Established 1977
Funding Provincial ; Fees
Service Categories Cultural Heritage Groups ~ Indigenous Communities ; Ethnocultural Advocacy Groups ~ Indigenous Communities ; Housing Search Assistance ; Indigenous Employment Programs ; Physician Referrals ~ Indigenous Communities ; Specialized Information and Referral ~ Indigenous Peoples Issues ; Student Financial Aid ; Traditional Indigenous Healing
Print Material Pamphlets and print material

Administration: 613-757-3108 Monday to Friday from 8:30am to 4:00pm

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