WORKING TOGETHER

Welcome to Tikinagan Child & Family Services. Founded by our Chiefs and Elders, we live and work in 30 First Nations in Northwestern Ontario. In partnership with these communities, our role is to mentor young parents, support families and protect children. Our work is guided by the Tikinagan service model: MAMOW OBIKI-AHWAHSOOWIN (Everyone working together to raise our children).


Strategic Plan 2014-2019
2013 Tikinagan Annual Report
 

Tikinagan participates in Lac Seul career fair and fashion show

Lac Seul First Nation held its annual Career Fair this week on April 20 and 21. Tikinagan Child and Family Services was excited to participate and had a booth at the event.  Children and youth from the community attended the fair, as well as adults and job hunters from the community.

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Recognizing graduates of CWPT certificate

Tikinagan Child and Family Services celebrated the latest graduates of the Child Welfare Professional Training (CWPT) series this week in Sioux Lookout.

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Celebrating 25 years at Tikinagan

Marlene Boos describes herself as stable, like a rock. She says she is a quiet person, an introvert, and  prefers to be in the background where she can provide support to Tikinagan.  She may describe herself as a rock, but it is clear through the opinion of many that she is a gemstone here at Tikinagan.

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Celebrating successful graduates at Tikinagan

Over the last two years, a group of Tikinagan employees have worked hard to complete a certificate program entitled Chemical Addictions Worker. The program was a first-time partnership with Tikinagan and Nicola Valley Institute of Technology (NVIT) out of British Columbia.

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Tikinagan, KRRCFS sign agreement – serving band members in Kenora

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