Low Income Support

Building on what is currently present in communities, BC Early Years Centres are about communities working together to ensure that families have access to early years services that foster the health, well-being and development of children.
Contact the Fort Nelson Aboriginal Friendship Society for details - 250.774.2993.
Head Start programs are for families with children from birth to 6 years of age. Enjoy family fun activities, culture and social development programs.
The shelter is open 24/7 providing a safe, stable, alcohol and drug free environment. Gateway Services is on site to assist men in finding employment, housing, case planning, ensuring the well being of the client who desires the full services and referrals to other base services is provided.
"Fort Nelson First Nation - a nation, a people; strong, healthy, proud, and self-reliant." The Health and Family Service Department provides a variety of prevention and intervention programs and services that promote healing, growth, and self-reliance.