The Ki-Low-Na Friendship Society was founded in 1974. Our mission is to provide for the mental, emotional, physical and spiritual well-being of all peoples through the development of community-based services, while encouraging the community to preserve, share and promote Aboriginal cultural distinctiveness.
Our services and programs are geared toward people in all four stages of life: infants/children, youth, adults, and Elders. Our programs and services include: affordable rental housing, homelessness and outreach support, family support, infant and child development, Indigenous pre-school, English language instruction, advocacy, addictions counselling, Elder care, and employment services.
Our doors are open to all members of the community!