The Mi'kmaw Native Friendship Centre Housing Program understands the need for affordable and appropriate housing for all. It works with other like-minded organizations and people to ensure that everyone has the basic right to have a place to call their home.
The MNFC Housing Program, helps urban aboriginal find housing within the urban setting. The program assists urban aboriginals with finding suitable housing in the city from their communities, relocating within the city, for continuing education, or work, or being released from incarceration and individuals with mental health concerns and/or addictions.
The MNFC Housing Program offers guidance, to maneuver through the differences of services provided for urban aboriginals.
The MNFC Housing Program, unfortunately does not provide any financial assistance, however does assist with accessing programs available for the people to utilize.
We help with securing a bed at local shelters and programs providing availability.
The MNFC Housing Program works closely with those who want more affordable housing options for general populations.
We assist with eviction prevention, and mediation with current landlords.
All are welcomed to utilize the services provided.
Please contact us for more information.