The National Association of Friendship Centres (NAFC) represents 113 Friendship Centres and Provincial and Territorial Associations (PTA) from coast-to-coast-to-coast that make up the Friendship Centre Movement.
The Friendship Centre Movement is the country’s most significant off-reserve Indigenous service delivery infrastructure. For over half a century Friendship Centres have helped urban Indigenous people access the vital services they need to succeed in urban settings across Canada. Friendship Centres understand the challenges facing our communities and their unique “wrap-around” service delivery model ensures we are well equipped to tackle them.
Across the country, Friendship Centres provide culturally appropriate services for Indigenous people living in urban centres and have become a place for Indigenous and non-Indigenous people to come together, to share traditions and to learn from one another.
Use the map above to find a Friendship Centre near you!
Provincial and Territorial Associations (PTAs) represent the collective interests of member Friendship Centres located in their respected province or territory.
Regroupement des centres d’amitié de Québec
Address: 85, Bastien Boul. suite 100, Wendake (QC), G0A 4V0
Manitoba Association of Friendship Centres (MAC)
Address: 102-150 Henry Avenue, Winnipeg (MB), R3B 0J7
Aboriginal Friendship Centres of Saskatchewan (AFCS)
Address: 115 Wall Street, Saskatoon (SK), S7K 6C2
Alberta Native Friendship Centres Association (ANFCA)
Address: 10336 121 St NW, Edmonton, AB T5N 1K8
BC Association of Aboriginal Friendship Centres (BCAAFC)
Address: 551 Chatham Street, Victoria (BC), V8T 1E1
Northwest Territories/Nunavut Council of Friendship Centres
Address: 4910-50th Street, P.O. Box 2285, Yellowknife (NT), X1A 3S5