Métis Community Liaison Department

Minister: Andrew Carrier

The Métis Community Liaison Department assists Métis individuals, families and Elders to find services and resources in their communities: locally, regionally and provincially.

Program Areas

Client & Family Support

Working with Métis children and families on a variety of issues such as employment and income assistance, parenting skills, outreach services, referral & advocacy, reunification, Elder support, income tax, repatriation, Christmas celebrations, and community development.

Bereavement Fund

This program, supported by fundraising and individual donations, helps families in need of financial support with expenses involved with the loss of a Métis loved one.

Métis Senior Vision Care Initiative

This is a program to aid those Métis Seniors that require assistance in managing their eye care by arranging eye examinations and ordering prescription eyeglasses.

Prescription Drug Program

This program's initiative pays for Pharmacare eligible prescription drugs. The Métis Community Liaison Department is responsible for the application process. Learn more

Little Métis Sing With Me

A parent-child program with three strands: Métis Culture & History, Family Literacy & Essential Skills.

Triple P Parenting Program

A parenting program that aims to promote children's behaviour in a constructive & non-hurtful manner.

Circle of Security Parenting (COSP)

This is an 8-week attachment based parenting program. If offers the opportunity to self-reflect and think about parenting in a different way.

Nobody's Perfect

A parenting program for parents of children from birth through age five. It helps parents to recognize their strengths and to find positive ways to raise healthy, happy children.

Super Dads Super Kids

An interactive activity program for dads and the children they are raising. This program takes the position that when dads and kids are put together, good things happen!

Without the commitment and dedication of the MMF Board of Directors lobbying the provincial and federal government, programs such as the MCLD would not be a reality. Through the successes of our program brought about by your financial assistance and support, we have been able to progress and provide quality and culturally appropriate services to our Métis children, families and elders at the local level across the province.

B300-150 Henry Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba, R3B 0J7

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