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To efficiently and effectively provide administrative support to Taykwa Tagamou Nation’s staff, community, and partners to strive towards our First Nation’s vision.
Taykwa Tagamou Nation’s Social Services Department provides holistic, traditional, and culturally relevant social service programs for our community members. The programs offered ensure that all of our membership feels empowered over their well-being and are able to build strong and healthy relationships with their families and our community.
PROGRAMS AND SERVICES
Child Wellbeing Law Phase 1: Awaiting ratification of membership vote. Safe House built, policies developed, etc.
Band Representative Services (Child Welfare)
Taykwa Tagamou Nation’s Band Representative Services serve as a holistic voice for our community and acts as an independent advocate in order to ensure that the connection between our children, families, and community are maintained and strengthened. The services delivered are comprehensive and provide all encompassing support, guidance, and representation on child welfare legal issues and court matters. Above all, Taykwa Tagamou Nation’s Band Representative Services promote and represent our Nation’s rights, cultural practices, traditions, and interests in order to keep our children out of care and safely within our community.
Family Wellbeing Program
Family Well-Being refers to living in a state of health and happiness. Well-Being can look different for everyone within their own unique goals, ambitions and personalities. For the Family Well-Being program, it is a state of being comfortable, happy and healthy as a family.
The program is designed to deliver culturally appropriate services and support to Indigenous families, children, youth, adults and Elders. This program is a prevention service program that is intended to reduce violence in families, reduce the need to bring children/youth into the child welfare system, reduce the risk of youth entering the justice system and to improve the overall health and well-being of the community.
National Native Alcohol and Drug Abuse Program (NNADAP)
NNADAP works to reduce the high levels of alcohol and other substances and develop/deliver culturally appropriate community-based addiction services. This program aims to strengthen links between community-based programs and residential treatment to provide support to individuals and families in their aftercare, while also increasing awareness and understanding about alcohol and substance abuse issues to promote healthier lifestyle alternatives.
Social Services Department
Monday – Friday
9:00am – 12:00pm
12:30pm – 4:30pm