BC Association of Aboriginal
Friendship Centres

The BCAAFC is an innovative organization working collaboratively with its member centres and partners to support urban Indigenous people as they realize their vision of health, wellness, and prosperity.

THE FRIENDSHIP CENTRE MOVEMENT

The Friendship Centre Movement is a national network of caring centres united by the vision of a vibrant society that supports Indigenous people and a brighter future in Canada for all.

Friendship Centres are community hubs that offer culturally safe social services, programs, and spaces to connect with others.

BC FRIENDSHIP CENTRES

There are 25 Friendship Centres in BC, with 1,203 employees, 597 partnerships, and over one million client interactions each year.

BC Friendship Centres run 580 programs relating to: youth, culture and art, language, health, employment services, family, preventing violence, economic development, sports and recreation.

Friendship Centre Map

WHAT WE DO

The BCAAFC works with Friendship Centres, partner organizations, and government institutions to help connect you with resources, advance initiatives, provide Indigenous families with grants for birth support, and host events and engagement sessions that drive progress.

How Can We Help?

*COVID-19: Support Resources*