Please contact before-hand to see what each organization has in place for COVID-19 guidelines
Inuit Non-Profit Housing
General Info Line: 613-741-1449
Inuit non-Profit Housing offers affordable housing for Ottawa’s Inuit community.
Inuuqaatigiit Center for Inuit Children, Youth and Families
General Info Line: 613-744-3133 ext.213
Programs/Support/Career Counselling/Mental Health
Inuuqaatigiit offers Inuit children, youth, and families living in the Ottawa area with cultural activities and support.
General Information Line: 613-962-3103
Employment Services/Training Opportunities/
Kagita Mikam offers employment services and training opportunities for the Indigenous population within the Capital region.
Metis Nation of Ontario
General Information Line: 613-798-1488
Programs/Services/Healing and Wellness/Education
The MNO offers programs and services to the Metis Nation in Ottawa that holds the distinct Metis culture as the center of their programming.
General Information Line: 613-741-5590
Crisis Line: 613-789-1141
Minwaashin Lodge offers Indigenous Women cultural support who are survivors of domestic and other forms of violence using a holistic approach.
Odawa Native Friendship Center
General Information Line: 613-722-3811
Programs / Career counselling / Family Support
The Odawa native friendship Center offers a calendar of events including programs for all age groups and needs including cultural events, social/recreational activities, and support.
Tewegan Housing for Indigenous Youth
General Info Line: 613-233-0672
Tewegan Housing for Indigenous Youth offers a transitional home for Indigenous women ages 12-29. A safe and cultural-oriented environment where women can acquire life skills including programs and support.
General Info Line: 613-565-5885
Tungasuvvingat offers front-line social and cultural programs to Ottawa’s Inuit community along with support and educational programs
Wabano Center for Indigenous Health
General Information Line: 613-748-0657
Health Clinic 613-748-5999
Holistic health services, social/recreational programs,
The Wabano Center for Indigenous Health offers programs and support to Ottawa’s Indigenous perspective. A Health Clinic is available.