Home Care Services Division

We provide specialized home care in a culturally appropriate respectful way that supports the long term wellness of the Indigenous community. The Pacific Assoc of First Nations Women (PAFNW) provides culturally appropriate childcare and supervised access services, through our Homecare Services Division.  These services include: Respite for Foster Parents Supervised Access Childminding Housekeeping Transporting clients… Read More

Mentor Me

Mentor Me Group supports young women ages 18-25 who have aged out of foster care. Mentor Me Group meetings occur once a month, on the last Wednesday, at the PAFNW office at 2017 Dundas Street. Mentor Me is a safe haven for girls who have aged out of  the foster care system to make a significant… Read More

Elders Advocacy

  The PAFNW Elders Advocacy program promotes and encourages health and well being for Indigenous Elders (55+) in the Vancouver Coastal Health region of the lower mainland. The Elders Advocate supports Indigenous Elders by: Providing one to one services to Indigenous Elders 55 yrs + in the Vancouver region Accompanies Elders to medical appointments Ensure… Read More

Urban Butterflies

Urban Butterflies meet  every second Saturday from 11am to 3pm starting September 9th and then again on September 23rd at 3284 East Broadway for girls ages 7-14 years who are currently in foster care. Giving girls a greater awareness of how to prevent risk factors and improve health outcomes of young First Nations/Metis youth. Giving… Read More

Indigenous Women Rise

A new program that brings cultural activities to Indigenous women in a supportive environment that is culturally safe. This program focuses on the four aspects of the medicine wheel: physical, emotional, mental and spiritual aspects of being.  In bringing this kind of cultural programming, activities will be offered at different times of the day and… Read More