SIX NATIONS RESOURCES

SNAP® is a 13 week group program with ongoing support for children ages 6-11 who are struggling with serious behavioural issues. SNAP® teaches children how to make better choices, manage their emotions and “keep problems small.” SNAP® also offers parenting groups to help parents and caregivers learn effective child management techniques and other SNAP® strategies to deal with their child’s behaviours.

SNAP® is being offered by Six Nations of the Grand River Child and Family Services.

Community Information  

Six Nations of the Grand RiverSix Nations Council – main website with links to community services and programs. 

Visit: www.sixnations.ca

Community Information Brant, Haldimand and NorfolkCommunity Information Six Nations, Brant, Haldimand and Norfolk. 

Visit: https://haldimand.cioc.ca

211211 is a telephone helpline (2-1-1) and website that provides a gateway to community, social, non-clinical health and related government services. 

Visit: www.211ontario.ca

Or call: 2-1-1

Before and After School care  

Primary Prevention Service (PPS) - Six Nations Child & Family Services  
After school program operates from Oct.–Dec. on Mondays for children aged 6-10 and Tuesdays for children aged 11-13.From Jan.–Mar. the program operates on Mondays for children aged 6-10 and Tuesdays for children aged 11-13. 

Visit: www.sixnations.ca/cfsAdmin.htm 
Or call: 519-445-2950
15Sunrise Court, Ohsweken

Child Care  

Private Home Day Care - Six Nations Social Services Six Nations Child Care Services – licensed child care programs in private homes. 
Visit: www.sixnations.ca/ssccPrivateHome.htm
Or call: 519-445-0884
18 Stoneridge Circle, Ohsweken

Child Care Services – Six Nations Social ServicesSix Nations Child Care Services: Two child care sites and drop-in resource centre. Day care programs that reflect the culture and heritage of the Six Nations. 

Main Site: 21 Bicentennial Trail, OhswekenCall: 519.445.4411

Bi-Centennial Day Care: 21 Bi-centennial Trail, Ohsweken Visit: www.sixnations.ca/ssccBicentennial.htm 
Or call: 519.445.4411 

Stoneridge Day Care: 18 Stoneridge Circle, OhswekenVisit: www.sixnations.ca/ssccStoneridge.htm
Or call: 519-445-0884

Drop-in Resource Centre: 18 Stoneridge Circle, OhswekenVisit: www.sixnations.ca/ssccResourceDropIn.htm
Or call: 519-445-0884

Children’s Mental Health Resources  

Children’s Mental Health Program - Six Nations Child & Family ServicesProvides a range of direct and indirect services to childrenand youth experiencing mental health and addiction related issues. Assessments and individual service plans are developed along with ongoing support.

Visit: www.sixnations.ca/cfsClinicalServicesUnit.htm
Or call: 519-445-0230
Crisis Line: 519-445-2204 or 1-866-445-2204
15 Sunrise Court, Ohsweken

Mental Health Team - Six Nations Health ServicesOffers mental health care including crisis program and child & youth mental health nurse.

Visit: www.snhs.ca/MentalHealth.htm
Or call: 519-445-2143 or crisis service: 1-866-445-2204
Whitepines Wellness Centre: 1745 Chiefswood Rd, Ohsweken

0-6 Intensive Worker – Clinical Services Unit, Six Nations Child and Family ServicesProvides intensive services, planning and support to child ages 0-6 years and their families by providing assessments and service planning in relation to mental health issues.

Visit: www.sixnations.ca/cfsFlyerEarlyInt.pdf
Or call: 519-445-0230
15 Sunrise Court, Ohsweken

Clinical Services Unit, Child & Family Services - Six Nations Social ServicesProvides psychosocial assessment and treatment for children and families, assessment and service planning related to mental health issues, therapeutic supports and group facilitation and processes.

Visit: www.sixnations.ca/cfsClinicalServicesUnit.htm
Or call: 519-445-0230
15 Sunrise Court, Ohsweken

Contact BrantSingle point of access which includes assessment, intake, and referral to children’s mental health or children’s developmental services.

Visit: www.contactbrant.net
Or call: 519-758-8228
643 Park Rd. N, Brantford

Woodview Mental Health and Autism ServicesWoodview offers a broad spectrum of services for children/youth and their families who are facing mental health challenges and for those diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).

Visit: www.woodview.ca
Or call: 519-752-5308
643 Park Rd. N, Brantford

St. Leonard’s Community ServicesMulti-service agency providing mental health, addictions, housing, justice and employment services.

Visit: www.st-leonards.com
Or call: 519-759-8830
133 Elgin St, Brantford

Adult Mental Health Resources  

Mental Health Team - Six Nations Health ServicesOffers a full range of mental health care including assessment, treatment, and crisis program and community education/promotion.

Visit: www.snhs.ca/MentalHealth.htm
Or call: 519-445-2143 or crisis service: 1-866-445-2204
Whitepines Wellness Centre: 1745 Chiefswood Rd, Ohsweken


New Directions Group – Addictions ServicesPrevention, Promotional and Counselling (individual, Family, Group and Couples services. Healing and Recovery methods that are empowered client focused and client centred.

Visit: www.snhs.ca/AddictionServices.htm
Or call: 519-445-2947 or 1-877-650-9700
1769 Chiefswood Rd, Ohsweken


Mental Health HelplineProvincial website providing assistance and links to mental health services.

Visit: www.mentalhealthhelpline.ca
Or call: 1-866-531-2600

Health Care  

Six Nations Health ServicesCommunity Health Services providing:
• Ambulance
• Clinic Nurse Program
• Community Health Checks
• Community Health Representatives
• Dental Services
• Dog Control
• Healthy Babies/Healthy Children
• Health Promotion
• Long Term Care/ Home and Community Care
• Maternal /Child Program
• Medical Transportation
• Mental Health
• New Directions
• School Nurse Program
• Sexual Health Nurse Program
• SHARE-AP Research Program
• Social Development

Visit: www.snhs.ca/index.htm
Or call: 519-445-2418
1745 Chiefswood Rd, Ohsweken

Gane Yohs Community Health CentreHealth centre focused on family and community health. Health professionals assess and treat non-life-threatening injuries or illnesses.

Medical Clinic: 519-445-2251
Dental Clinic: 519-445-2221
Pharmacy: 519-445-4415
1769 Chiefswood Rd, Ohsweken

De Dwa Da Dehs Nye Aboriginal Health Access Centre - BrantfordTo improve the wellness of Aboriginal individuals and of the Aboriginal community by providing services which respect people as individuals with a distinctive cultural identity and distinctive values and beliefs. Services are available to individuals experiencing mental health issues and other psychosocial stressors that are not considered serious but are interfering with Mental Health Wellness.

Visit: www.aboriginalhealthcentre.com
Or call: 519-752-4340
36 King St, Brantford

Early Childhood Development - Six Nations Health ServicesPlans, develops, coordinates and provides holistic well-being to elementary students of the Six Nations community by promoting and advocating a healthy lifestyle within the family and individual. Services are provided in schools and at office location.

Visit: www.snhs.ca/ECD.htm
Or call: 519-445-0339
Whitepines Wellness Centre: 1745 Chiefswood Rd, Ohsweken

West Haldimand General HospitalSmall rural community hospital providing basic hospital and health care services, including 24/7 emergency department.

Visit: www.whgh.ca
Or call: 905-768-3311
75 Parkview Rd, Hagersville

School Nurse Program - Six Nations Health ServicesSchool nurse program for elementary schools.

Visit: www.snhs.ca/schProg.htm
Or call: 519-445-2418
1745 Chiefswood Rd, Ohsweken

Brant Community Healthcare System, BrantfordGeneral Hospital offers Emergency Medicine, Paediatrics, Mental Health, Obstetrics, Gynaecology, CT Scanning, Critical Care, Surgical Services, Ambulatory Care.

Visit: www.bchsys.org
Or call: 519-751-5544
The Brantford General Site: 200 Terrace Hill St, Brantford

Community Care Access Centre – Children’s Services at HomeCCAC provides short-term care at home following a hospital stay or care for a long-term illness or condition that requires ongoing in-home support. The CCAS also provides School Health Support Services for children/youth up to age 21, who are attending school and need health support services.

Visit: www.hnhb.ccac-ont.ca
Or call: 519-759-7752

FAMILY VIOLENCE  

Ganohkwasra – Family Assault Support Services - Child and Youth ProgramGaǫdwiyá:nǫh - Counselling program for children and youth who have been abused, at risk for abuse, and/or are abusive. Abusive behaviours and their generational sources are explored in a caring, non-judgmental way. The commitment to this holistic healing process may be long term, based on the needs of the individual.

Visit: www.ganohkwasra.ca
Or call: 519-445-4324

Community Supports  

Child and Family Services - Six Nations Social ServicesProvides individual, couple, family and group counselling as well as a variety of social, recreational and leisure programs and seasonal special events.

Visit: www.sixnations.ca/cfsAdmin.htm
Or call: 519-445-0230
15 Sunrise Court, Ohsweken

Primary Prevention Services - Child and Family Services, Six Nations Social ServicesInitiates and supports various child, youth and adult programs which are directed to supporting and strengthening individual, family and community functioning.

Visit: www.sixnations.ca/cfsPriPrevServices.htm
Or call: 519-445-2950

Mobile Crisis Service - Child and Family Services, Six Nations Social ServicesProvides assistance to children and families in crisis or intense situations by:
• Assisting families in developing an initial Plan of Care focused on crisis with referrals
• Assisting in building and maintaining public relationships by providing crisis counseling to families
• Assisting families with respite care where appropriate

Visit: www.sixnations.ca/cfsMobileCrisis.htm
Or call: 519-445-2204 or 1-866-445-2204

Social Services – Six NationsProvides a range of supports for children, youth and families in a non-adversarial, cooperative manger, drawing on supports and strengths of the family. Programs include: child and family services, child care services and correctional services/supports.

Visit: www.sixnations.ca/SocServDept.htm
Or call social services: 519-445-2071
or child and family: 519-445-023015
15 Sunrise Court, Ohsweken

Ontario Works – Six NationsFinancial assistance and support for Six Nations band members residing in Six Nations territory.

Visit: www.sixnations.ca/SGROWDept.htm
Or call: 519-445-2084
12 Sunrise Court, Ohsweken

Ontario Disability Support Program (ODSP)ODSP is an Ontario government program designed to meet the needs of people with disabilities and their families who are in financial need, or who want to work. Income Support provides financial assistance and other benefits to eligible people. The Employment Supports program helps eligible people with disabilities overcome barriers to employment.

Visit: www.mcss.gov.on.ca/en/mcss/programs/social/odsp/
Or call: 519-756-5790
TTY Phone: 1-888-814-7005 or 519-756-3693
195 Henry St. Bldg 4, Unit 2, Brantford

Six Nations HousingSix Nations Housing works to improve the living conditions of all members of the community by providing access to housing and housing related essentials.

Visit: www.sixnations.ca/HousingAuthority.htm
Or call: 519-445-2235

Nutrition and Food Banks  

Six Nations Community Food BankProvides food services to residents of Six Nations and New Credit First Nations, who are facing economic and/or financial hardship – to have access to food and programming that supports a nutritionally healthy lifestyle, as well as items that support healthy hygiene.

Visit: www.sixnationsfoodbank.com
Or call: 519-771-0025
1741 4th Line, Ohsweken

Recreation  

Six Nations Parks and RecreationPromotes leisure services to the community of the Six Nations of the Grand River, through positive activities, innovative resources, safe facilities and creative partnerships, thereby enhancing the quality of the life at Six Nations. Operates sports facilities and coordinates sports programs.

Visit: www.sixnations.ca/ParksRecDept.htm
Or call: 519-445-4311
1738 4th Line, Ohsweken

Police Athletic League for Students (PALS) - Six Nations Police ServicesP.A.L.S. was designed to build positive relationships between the police and youth 6-12 years of age, with a particular emphasis on youth ages 11-12. P.A.L.S. has been a successful police-youth initiative since 1992. Using sports and recreation as a vehicle, PALS draws on our police officers to help students balance their growth and development academically, physically, socially and emotionally. PALS youth and police meet weekly after school, on school property.

Visit: www.snpolice.ca/index.php/community-services/pals
Or call: 519-445-2811
2112 4th Line Rd, Ohsweken

Six Nations Social ServicesOffers a variety of social, recreation and leisure programs as well as seasonal special events.

Visit: www.sixnations.ca/SocServDept.htm
Or call: 519-445-0230

Brantford Leisure GuideGuide to recreation and leisure activities in Brantford.

Visit: www.brantford.ca/residents/leisurerecreation/leisureguide/Pages/default.aspx

Brantford RecConnectOnline registration for leisure and recreation programs in Brantford.

Visit: http://onlineca.activecommunities.com/brantford

Brant RecreationGuide to recreation and leisure activities in Brant County.

Visit: http://www.brant.ca/en/discover-brant/recreation-programs.asp

Active GrandWebsite and online tool to help you find free & low-cost ways you and your family can enjoy local physical activity. Brantford, Brant County, Six Nations, Haldimand.

Visit: www.activegrand.ca

Brantford Sports and Youth DirectoryOnline link to child and youth sports organizations in Brantford.

Visit: www.brantfordtco.ca/supportpromotion/Pages/SportsYouthDirectory.aspx

Brantford YMCACharitable organization helping people achieve personal growth in spirit, mind and body through participation and service to the community. Creating healthy communities in which individuals and families have opportunities to reach their potential.

Visit: http://ymcahbb.ca/Locations/Brantford/Brantford-Family-YMCA
Or call: 519-752-6568
143 Wellington St, Brantford

Canadian Tire JumpstartKids aged 4 to 18 from families in financial need can receive funding to help with registration fees, equipment and/or transportation.

Visit: http://jumpstart.canadiantire.ca/en/

Boys and Girls Club of BrantfordProvides a safe, supportive place where children and youth can experience new opportunities, overcome barriers, build positive relationships and develop confidence and skills for life.

Visit: www.bgcbrant.ca
Or call: 519-752-2964
2 Edge St, Brantford

Brant Recreation ContactsOnline listing of child and youth sports organizations in Brant County.

Visit: www.brant.ca/en/discover-brant/resources/com_dev/contactss2016.pdf

Brantford Parks and Trails

 Visit: www.brantford.ca/residents/leisurerecreation/parkstrails/Pages/default.aspx




Education  

Indigenous and Northern Affairs CanadaKindergarten to grade 12.

Visit: www.aadnc-aandc.gc.ca/eng/ 1100100033676/1100100033677

Emily C. General Elementary SchoolKindergarten to grade 8.

Call: 519-445-4665
1575 Onondaga Rd, Ohsweken

IL Thomas Odadrihonyanita Elementary SchoolKindergarten to grade 8.

Call: 519-445-0433
2120 Cayuga Rd, Ohsweken

Jamieson Elementary SchoolKindergarten to grade 8.

Call: 519-445-2232
613 Chiefswood, Ohsweken

Oliver M. Smith Kawenni:io Elementary SchoolKindergarten to grade 8.

For more information, call: 519-445-0078
1208 Third Line Rd, Ohsweken

J.C. Hill Elementary SchoolKindergarten to grade 8.

Visit: www.jchillschool.blogspot.ca
Or call: 519-445-2256
1772 4th Line, Ohsweken

Kawenni:io/Gaweni:yo Private School

Visit: www.kawenniiogaweniyoprivateschool.canic.ws

Or call: 905-768-7203
201 Second Line Rd, Hagersville

Brant Haldimand Norfolk Catholic District School BoardCatholic school board - 32 elementary and secondary schools within the City of Brantford and the Counties of Brant, Haldimand, and Norfolk.

Visit: www.bhncdsb.ca
Or call: 519.756.6369
322 Fairview Dr, Brantford

Grand Erie District School BoardPublic school board-76 elementary and secondary schools within the City of Brantford and the Counties of Brant, Haldimand, and Norfolk.

Visit: www.granderie.ca
Or call: 519-756-6301 or 1-888-548-8878
349 Erie Ave, Brantford

Grand Erie District School Board – Safe Schools ProgramSafe, Inclusive and Accepting Schools - A safe, inclusive, and accepting learning environment enables students to reach their full academic and personal potential.

Visit: www.granderie.ca/programsandservices/Safe_Schools/Pages/default.aspx#.Vsx7RfkrKM_
Or call: 519-756-6301 or 1-888-548-8878
349 Erie Ave, Brantford

Brant Haldimand Norfolk Catholic District School Board Safe, Inclusive and Accepting SchoolsSafe, Inclusive and Accepting Schools - A safe, inclusive, and accepting learning environment enables students to reach their full academic and spiritual potential.

Visit: www.bhncdsb.ca/page/safe-inclusive-and-accepting-schools
Or call: 519.756.6369
322 Fairview Dr, Brantford

Parent Support  

Behavior Consultant – Clinical Services Unit, Six Nations Child and Family ServicesBehavior Consultant Services addresses need for short term intervention regarding challenging behaviours in children ages 2-18 within the Six Nations community who have no identified developmental diagnosis. Intervention consists of behaviour identification, behaviour assessment, formulation and collaborative development of behaviour plans for client and family members.

Visit: www.sixnations.ca/cfsADMIN.pdf
Or call: 519-445-0230
15 Sunrise Court, Ohsweken

Six Nations Resource Drop in CentreResource Centre for families and children with a variety of programs and regular drop-in times. Focus is on children age 0-6 but programs are regularly offered for older children.

Visit: www.sixnations.ca/ssccResourceDropIn.htm
Or call: 519-445-0884
18 Stoneridge Circle, Ohsweken

Child and Family Services - Six Nations Social ServicesProvides individual, couple, family and group counselling as well as a variety of social, recreational and leisure programs and seasonal special events.

Visit: www.sixnations.ca/cfsAdmin.htm
Or call: 519-445-0230
15 Sunrise Court, Ohsweken

Triple P – Positive Parenting ProgramTriple P is aimed at improving your child’s behaviour problems and your skills as a parent to develop positive attitudes, skills and behaviours. This helps prevents problems from arising, and promotes family relationships that encourage children to reach their full potential.

Visit: https://www.st-leonards.com/admh/programs/triple-p-positive-parenting-program
Or call: 519-758-8228
Contact Brant: 643 Park Rd. N, Brantford

CHILD WELFARE  

Brant Family and Children’s ServicesChild welfare services for Brantford, Brant, Six Nations and New Credit.

Visit: www.brantfacs.ca
Or call: 519-753-8681 or 1-888-753-8681
70 Chatham St, Brantford   

Special Needs  

Contact BrantSingle point of access which includes assessment, intake, and referral to children’s mental health or children’s developmental services.

Visit: www.contactbrant.net
Or call: 519-758-8228
643 Park Rd. N, Brantford

Lansdowne Children’s CentreChildren’s treatment centre for children with physical, communication and/or developmental needs with its main location in Brantford, Ontario and a satellite location in Simcoe, Ontario.

Visit: www.lansdownecentre.ca
Or call: 519 753 3153
39 Mount Pleasant St, Brantford

Family Counselling Centre of BrantDevelopmental Services, Hamilton Brant Behaviour Services, Individual, Couple, Family and Group Counselling, Credit Counselling, Early Learning and Parenting Centres.

Visit: www.fccb.ca
Or call: 519-753-4173
54 Brant Ave, Brantford