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Indigenous Resources

For links to a variety of Indigenous resources and supports, please see below. We are continuously updating this page - email us if we've missed something!

Call 211 for additional support and information regarding Indigenous programs and services in your community.

Call 911 for emergencies.

AFCC is proud to bring indigenous based cultural programs and services to all that wish to come and participate in Calgary.

Phone: (403) 270-7379


Today's resurgence of the Bear Clan Patrol Calgary is in response to our communities need to protect the women, children, elderly, and vulnerable community members.

The Chinook Lodge Resource Centre — "the Lodge" — is a place for Canadian Indigenous (First Nations, Metis and Inuit) learners at SAIT to gather, connect with peers, access advising and counselling, get assistance with financial aid and housing, speak with Elders and others from the community, participate in events, network and more.

Phone: (403) 210-4028


The Elizabeth Fry Society of Calgary offers pathways to healing through supports and advocacy, for women and marginalized populations who are affected by systemic social issues which can contribute to criminalization.

Phone: (403) 294-0737


Metis Calgary Family Services is a non-profit, charitable Aboriginal organization that provides responsive, community-based services which are culturally specific for our urban aboriginal community.

Phone: (403) 240-4642


SCS utilizes Siksika culture, traditions, values and community resources and partnerships to support and strengthen children, youth and families.

Phone: (403) 235-6893

AFCTC's mission is to assist urban Indigenous people in the enhancement of employment skills, and to create the opportunity for self-sufficiency and independence through access to career or employment counselling, programs and services.

Phone: (403) 253-5311


The Siksikaitsitapi - Blackfoot Confederacy has been established to bring the four Nations (Kainai-Blood Tribe, Siksika, Peigan-Piikani and Aamskapi Pikuni) together to deal with common issues.

Phone: (587) 287-1100


The Diamond Willow Youth Lodge is a hub where Indigenous youth connect with peers, participate in their own sense of healing and well-being while accessing a variety of programs and supports.

Phone: (403) 247-5003


The Iniskim Centre offers programs and services to increase the engagement and success of Indigenous students while also raising awareness of Indigenous peoples and cultures.

Phone: (403) 440-5596


The Metis Nation of Alberta Region 3 promotes the political, social, cultural, and economic interests and rights of the Metis citizens and their families.

Phone: (403) 569-8800


Sovereign Spirits is a grassroots organization created to support Two-Spirit & Indigiqueer Folx. Sovereign Spirits operates in Treaty 7, the home of the Blackfoot Confederacy, the Stoney Nakoda, the Tsuut'ina and the Metis Nation of Alberta Region 3

The Awo Taan Healing Lodge is a 32 bed full-service women's emergency shelter in Calgary, dedicated to providing services to women and children from all cultures.

Phone: (403) 531-1970 ex. 200


Canada Bridges (aka Bridges Social Development) was founded in 2002 to be an organization focused on building human capacity in places where others rarely go, and doing so by invitation only.

The Elbow River Healing Lodge offers a full range of primary care services and visiting specialists to First Nations (Status and Non-Status), Métis, and Inuit peoples and their families.

Phone: (403) 955-6600

Guided by our Elder Council, the Lodgepole Center (LPC) is an Indigenous gathering place for students, faculty and staff on campus. It’s a dedicated and inclusive space, and all members of AUArts are welcome. 

NCSA is a non-profit, Indigenous organization that has been providing services designed and delivered for Indigenous people in Alberta for over 50 years.

Phone: (403) 237-7850


USAY strives to provide essential programming and services to Calgary’s Indigenous youth between the ages of twelve and twenty-nine.

Phone: (403) 233-8225


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