Bent Arrow Traditional Healing Society
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
The Society is a non-profit, charitable organization established in 1994, to provide direction and support for a variety of services targeting Aboriginal children, youth and families.
All programs offered by the Society have been designed specifically for the target group and are based on the teaching and traditions of Aboriginal people including, Metis, Inuit and anyone of Aboriginal ancestry.
The directors of the Society who are also the founders have designed and developed curricula for a variety of programs and services, and are able to develop programs based on the needs of the community.
The Bent Arrow Traditional Healing Society includes people of all races and color. The Society is actively working with the community to strengthen and unite people in providing a healthy future for our children.
Organization Type: Non profit
Types of Activities: Service co-ordination, Education / literacy, Partnership / coalition development, Client advocacy, Advocacy, Employment / job training, Community development, Direct service provision, Clinical health care, Organizational capacity dev., Public education, Research, Housing provision
Main Areas of Interest: Providing support and direction for Aboriginal children, youth, adults and families.
Knowledge & Resources: The society operates various youth, teen, family, and employment programs (see website for full listings and descriptions).
Offers Services In: English
Principal Clients: Children, Adults, Seniors, Low or fixed income, Youth, Aboriginal
Mailing Address: Bent Arrow Traditional Healing Society
2nd Floor 10117 - 150 Street, Edmonton, Alberta T5P 1P2
Contact Person: Brad Seneca, Executive Director
Web site: http://www.bentarrow.ca/
Founded: 1994, Edmonton
No. of Full-Time Staff: 18+
Annual Budget: Greater than $1,000,000
Types of Funding: Provincial government, Federal government, Fundraising, Foundations