Family development circles

MEN'S CIRCLE

Men's Circle is scheduled for every Wednesday at 6 – 8 pm. If you're looking for a safe place to talk, learn new activities and enjoy the company of others, come check us out!

Due to the current pandemic state we have gone virtual for men's circle. Contact info@frisociety.ca for more info. 

Oot’sn Wineeya (Soul Food)

Come and learn easy recipes, spend time with your family and others and enjoy a nice evening out. Our Family time will be scheduled once a month.

Due to the unfortunate pandemic, FRIS will announce the date of our first Family night

Up-and-Coming Groups 

  * YOUTH GROUP- IN CONJUNCTION WITH MAPLE RIDGE  COMMUNITY SERVICES, FRIS WILL HOST GROUP ACTIVITIES -TBA

  * BRINGING TRADITION HOME- FRIS WILL BE HOSTING TWO 9 WEEK SESSIONS OF    BRINGING TRADITION HOME-TBA

  * WOMEN'S CIRCLE- FRIS WILL BE HOSTING THIS SUPPORT CIRCLE FOR INDIGENOUS WOMEN SEEKING SUPPORT AND A      SAFE, CONFIDENTIAL PLACE TO MEET ONCE A WEEK- TBA

Stephen Schumacher BSW-    

Family Strengthening Worker   

He has completed his Family Community Counselling Diploma at the Native Education College, Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) Degree with the Nicola Valley Institute of Technology (NVIT) and continued with a Certificate with the Chemical Addictions program (CHAD) at NVIT. In his career, he had worked as an ABI (Acquired Brian Injury) Community Support Worker, Mental Health Transition Worker, and Temporary Housing Program Coordinator/Housing Outreach Worker.     

Some of his hobbies includes, chess, playing tennis, bike riding, and walking.   

Roy Leathem - Family Strengthening Worker 

Roy Leathem brings over 30 years of outreach experience to help the healing process of the homeless and those in addiction. From the Downtown Eastside to much of the Fraser Valley, he has connected with entire communities, non-profits, and First Nations people. Being of Cree descent, he has firsthand experience of First nations culture and traditions.  His specialty is developing and running outreach programs as a consultant to Trinity Western University, The Salvation Army, and several Churches.  His Strength is being able to come along with people, being understanding of needs, and developing trust to help find solutions. He now provides Family Strengthening to First Nations people through the Fraser River Indigenous society. 

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Fraser River Indigenous Society

202 - 19141 Ford Rd
Pitt Meadows, BC, Canada

V3Y 2P8

 

Tel: 604-458-0151       Fax: 604-458-0155