First Nation, Métis & Inuit Resources
Connecting to community, culture, and language are some of the ways to heal, gain self-confidence and feel a sense of belonging.
The Futures Forward program offers weekly Indigenous cultural programs at the Huddle – Broadway. Check out their website to learn more.
MYTEAM - Ka Ni Kanichihk
Through mentorship and group activities, MYTEAM provides a range of services intended to identify and address your strengths and needs for support and skill development in the areas of education, training, finances, housing, employment, self-development, child care, and basic living skills.
- Mentorship to support you with training and/or educational goals
- Work experiences that could lead to long-term career opportunities
- Resources to help youth find and keep suitable housing
- Help in the search for child care and other important resources
- Support to help you deal with life issues as they arise
- Opportunity to develop skills, knowledge, and personal supports (money management, healthy living, and personal relationships)
How to Apply
You can refer yourself or ask staff from one of the organizations below to make a referral to MYTEAM for you
- CFS workers
- EIA workers
- Community Organizations
- Educational Institutions
Self-referral form (opens in a new window)
Worker referral form (opens in a new window)
for the; or by calling
For more information, contact MYTEAM’s
program coordinator at:
(204) 594-6500 ext: 104
Future is Yours program - Ma Mawi Wi Chi Itata Centre
What the Program Offers:
- 15-24 years old
How to Apply:
- Download and print the application (opens in a new window)
- Email completed applications to Cheyenne Hotomani (opens in new window)with “Futures Is Yours Program Application” noted in the email’s subject line.
Eagle Nest Youth Program - Eagle Urban Training Centre
The program runs in “3 phases” throughout the year:
- January to April
- May to August
- September to December
What the Program Gives You:
- Live in Winnipeg
- 15-30 years old
- Out of school and or unemployed
- On Employment Income Assistance (EIA)
- Willing to go through personal development
- Have the goals of living independently, finding stable work, or returning to school to finish their diploma and/or begin a post-secondary/trades level program
- Be able to commit to a 12-week program on a full-time basis (Monday to Friday),
How to Apply:
There are two ways you can apply:
- Get a copy of the program’s application to fill out by
- dropping by Eagle Urban Transition Centre’s location (2nd floor of their office at 275 Portage Avenue) or
- calling 204-954-3050
- Your CFS worker can directly refer you.
All successful applicants will be contacted by one of the Program’s Coordinators once their decision is made.