Six Nations of the Grand River.

Site: Ohsweken - Sunrise Crt

Service: Social Services - Child and Family Services

Service Details
Hours Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4 pm
Areas Served Six Nations of the Grand River
Eligibility Ages: 18 year(s) and under 
Children 0-18 years old and their families whom reside on Six Nations Grand River Territory and registered Band members residing off-reserve for less than one year
Application Call - services are accessed through the Service Coordination Unit 
SNAP Program - Call the SNAP Child and Family Intake Worker at 519-732-5487 or email
Languages English
Fees None
Address and Location
Located In Community Ohsweken
Address & Map
Social Services Building
15 Sunrise Court
Ohsweken, ON N0A 1M0
Intersection Chiefwood Rd and Sunrise Crt
Mailing Address Box 5001 
15 Sunrise Court 
Ohsweken, ON N0A 1M0
Physical Access Fully Accessible
Description (Service) Indigenous Child Welfare Prevention program offering individual, couple, family and group counselling, as well as a variety of social, recreational and leisure programs and seasonal special events. 
Service Coordination:  
  • client intake interviews  
  • information gathering  
  • coordinating and monitoring service plans  
  • coordinating services for clients  
  • client advocacy  
  • referrals
Band Representative:  
  • attending and participating in court proceedings involving Children's Aid Societies  
  • consultations and consent to adoptions  
  • outreach and repatriation service  
  • receiving notification of and monitoring Temporary Care Agreements with Children's Aid Societies
Family Support Unit:  
  • individual counselling  
  • family counselling  
  • group counselling  
  • life skills counselling  
  • community parenting programs  
  • community education workshops as requested
Clinical Services Unit:  
  • assessment and service planning in relation to treatment goals  
  • individual counselling  
  • family/sibling counselling  
  • couple counselling  
  • facilitating therapeutic groups (such as social skills, anger management)  
  • presentations on psychosocial or mental health issues  
  • referrals to external agencies  
  • liaison with schools and other service providers  
  • Stop Now and Plan (SNAP) program - support for children who are struggling with serious behavioural issues
Behaviour Consultant Services:  
  • a short term service option through the Clinical Services Unit
Primary Prevention Services:  
  • workshops for the community (such as stress management)  
  • special events for the community (such as community awareness agency events)  
  • community programs for ages 6 and up (such as after school programs, family fun night, parent relief)  
  • Resource Development Services has a library and free computer access for community use  
  • volunteer recruitment training and support
0-6 Early Intervention Intensive Services:  
  • enhance parental and family functioning  
  • strengthen family support  
  • build on existing skills  
  • decrease risks of developmental delays  
  • prevent family breakdowns  
  • support other community services in helping young children and their families  
  • support well-being throughout the community
Mobile Crisis Services:  
  • 24 hours a day, 7 days a week  
  • provides immediate crisis response services to children and families in their school, home or community
Childrens Mental Health:  
  • provides a range of direct and indirect service to children and youth experiencing mental health and addiction related difficulties  
  • to assess and develop individual service plans  
  • assist in development and delivery of programs and services to the broader community
Contact Information
Office Phone 519-445-0230
Fax 519-445-0249
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Primary Executive Larry Longboat, Manager, Child & Family Services

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