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We are the
Aboriginal Mother Centre Society
AMCS provides an environment where Aboriginal mothers and their children thrive in an equitable and supportive community that is rich in cultural and holistic values.
AMCS services extend to Aboriginal families across the community.
"Under One Roof", AMCS provides housing for Aboriginal mothers and their children who are homeless, at risk of homelessness, or that have had, or are at risk of having their children apprehended.
AMCS supports families in their goals to regain and retain their children and achieving self-sufficiency.
AMCS is dedicated to supporting Aboriginal families by providing cultural, traditional services through a holistic grass roots approach.
CULTURE - TRADITION - VALUES
The Aboriginal Mother Centre, dedicated to moving mothers and children at risk off the streets provides, under one roof, all the support, tools and resources a mother needs to rebuild her health, self esteem and skills to regain and retain her child. The centre, groundedin a grass roots setting, creates a healing community to nurture children and families to become vital members of their communities.
The Aboriginal Mother Centre Society began in 2002 to address the needs of Aboriginal women. Located in the east end of Vancouver, in a culturally sensitive environment.
After an extensive renovation and expansion the centre re-opened its doors in December 2011. The 28,000 sq ft expanded multi-purpose facility offers 16 transformational housing suites, a 25 space licensed daycare, commercial kitchen, large dining room, programming and office space, commercial leasing spaces.
This facility provides shelter, support, and programs for women and children so they may make an elusive dream, of healing and family reconnection, into reality and live in a healthy self-sustaining village that supports women, children, and families. With all this under one roof the Aboriginal Mother Centre Society has the capacity to deliver on-site programming with a traditional Indigenous knowledge centred approach. This approach to spiritual, physical, and emotional health includes counselling, advocacy, education, training, and social support.
Aboriginal Mother Centre Society (AMCS) is a place where Aboriginal mothers, whom are facing homelessness and/or dealing with their child/ren in care of the Ministry, can come to stay. The women can rebuild their sense of self-worth and identity for a better future for themselves and their children. AMCS is a place where they can come to be together as a family. This place would be the best fitting for babies, children, and mothers, anybody who is coming through a block in their life.
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