The Aboriginal Seniors Cultural Coordinator (ASCC) is focused on improving independence of in-home Aboriginal elders through strengthening the emotional and spiritual quadrants of life. The ASCC provides in-home services, such as ceremonies, counselling and spiritual services.
Community Action Programming for Children (CAP-C) focuses on at-risk children 0-9 years old. The program promotes healthy development by providing community based activities in a culturally and environmentally relevant setting. CAP-C will help develop and maintain and introduce culture among participants and families.
The Canadian Prenatal Nutrition Program (CPNP) is designed to support and encourance healthy lifestyles for mothers, prenatal, newborns and children. The focus of the program is off-reserve Aboriginal women who are most likely to have unhealthy babies due to lack of income and/or lack of services in the area.
Community Action Programming for Children
The major tenet of the Georgian Bay Native Women's Association is the unity of all Anishnabe women, regardless of legal categories. The main concerns of the Association are the preservation and promotion of Anishnabe culture, language and heritage.