Additional Indigenous Resources

Feel free to contact Origins Canada for assistance at:
originscanada@gmail.com or by calling 416-400-5730

INDIGENOUS SURVIVORS OF CHILD WELFARE – INDIGENOUS ADOPTEES

Access link here:
indigenousadoptee.com

“SIXTIES SCOOP” LAWSUIT

Access link here:
http://sixtiesscoopclaim.com/author/sixtiesscoop/

NATIVE STATUS

When adoptees reach the age of 18 they may apply to the Department of Indian Affairs who will verify their claim.

http://web.ncf.ca/de723/statuschild.html

Also, more information at:  http://web.ncf.ca/de723/nahcontacts.html

First Nations Adoption-Separation Issues and Resources      

Southern Manitoba First Nations Repatriation Program
434 – 167 Lombard Avenue
Winnipeg, MB R3B 0T6
Phone: 204.985.6910
Fax: 204.985.6929
Toll Free: 1.800.665.5762
Email: repat@wrcfs.mb.ca

Aboriginal Healing Foundation
75 Albert Street, Suite 801 Ottawa, ON K1P 5E7
Tel: (613) 237-4441
Fax: (613) 237-4442
Toll Free: (888) 725-8886
www.ahf.ca

Creating Hope Society of Alberta
Northgate Professional Building
Suite 200, 12946-97 Street
Edmonton, AB T5E 4C3
Phone: 780.477.7961
Fax: 780.477.7918
Email: info@creatinghopesociety.ca

Native Child and Family Services of Toronto, Repatriation Program
Central Administration
30 College Street
Toronto, ON M5G 1K2
Phone: 416-969-8510
Fax: 416-928-0706
( Click to download or view the Repatriation Report)

Tungasuvvingat Inuit
604 Laurier Ave West
Ottawa, ON, K1R 6L1
[613] 563-3546

Native Services Branch of the Children’s Aid Society of Brant, Ohsweken Office
16 Sunrise Court, Box 39
Ohsweken, ON, N0A 1M0
[519] 445-2247

Congress of Aboriginal Peoples
867 St. Laurent Blvd., Ottawa ON K1K 3B1
Phone: (613) 747-6022, Fax: (613) 747-8834
General Email: info@abo-peoples.org
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More Information and Articles about the Sixties Scoop and the Residential Schools Legacy:

Scoop/Adoption sites for First Nations/Metis/Aboriginal people: