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Covid-19 Update and Clarification

The Nogojiwanong Friendship Centre strives to enhance the quality of life for Indigenous People in the City of Peterborough and the surrounding area. We provide a place of acceptance and well-being for urban Indigenous people through a wide range of community-based programs & services.

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NEW Employment Opportunity: Mental Health Peer Coordinator

The Mental Health Peer Coordinator program was developed to reduce Indigenous recidivism in the justice system and improve Indigenous mental health and well-being. The program will facilitate the development of networks of peers with lived experience with the justice system and with mental health and/or addictions concerns, who can work together to achieve a Good […]

Urban Indigenous Adults – Follow-up (May 18th) 2nd dose clinic

If you received your 1st dose at the May 18th clinic in Cobourg, the HKPR Health Unit has your name on a special list and they will be calling you soon – likely starting next week – June 7th. They will book you into one of their mass vaccination clinics planned for this month. If […]

Urban Indigenous Youth – 1st Dose Vaccination Clinic

Urban Indigenous youth aged 12-17 years of age, and who reside in the City/County of Peterborough, are eligible to receive their 1st dose of covid-19 vaccine – Pfizer. DATE & LOCATION: Saturday, June 19th at the Evinrude Centre, 911 Monaghan Rd., Peterborough TIME: 9 AM to 4 PM HOW TO BOOK: You may call any […]