The Mino Pimadiziwin Project's mandate is to offer mental health support services to the former students of the Indian Residential Schools, before, during and after the settlement process and to the members of their immediate families or their supportive assistant, so they may have access to adequate emotional support services.
Offer support and intervention services to the former residents as well as their immediate families, for an adequate healing process.
* Psychosocial help services.
* Coaching services for the personal undertakings and audience attending.
* Weekly support group called 'Wanakoc' (which means star, in algonquin).
* Care and treatment plan.
All former students of the Indian Residential School era having engaged in out-of-court settlement with the Government of Canada.
Funded by Health Canada.
Since March 2006, the Friendhsip Centre offers to the Aboriginal population, mental health support services to the former students of Residential Schools.