WHO WE ARE
We are currently mandated thru the province of Ontario and our collective Chiefs to provide child welfare services to five communities and prevention services to fourteen First Nations in Treaty #3 northern territory. Our brother agency to the south, Weechiittewin Family Services provides the same service provision to fourteen First Nations in the southern territory.
Additionally we carry Service Agreements with Kenora-Rainy River Districts Child and Family Services for 6 First Nations in Treaty #3 north, as an alternative to mainstream service provision, until jurisdiction is officially transferred from the Province for all First Nations to be delivered services in a culturally safe manner.
THE RIGHTS OF THE ANISHINAABE CHILD
Under the Great Law of the Anishinabeg, an Anishinaabe child has Aboriginal (ascribed) rights.
These are their Rights:
- To their Name — Anishinaabe ishinikasoowin
- To their Clan — dodem
- To be with the Family — gutsiimug
- To cultural and ceremonial practices — Anishinaabe miiniggisiwin
- To their identity — anishinabewin
- To their language — anishinabemoowin
- To a purposeful and zestful life — mino bimatiziwin
- To their ancestral land — anishinaabe akiing
- To the lifestyle of the anishinaabe — anishinabechigewin
- To a good education — kinamaatiwin
- To protection within the family — shanawentasoowin
- To protection outside the family — ganawentasoowin
by Lawrence W. Jourdain
As Anishinaabe people, we have received many gifts for which we can be thankful and proud. In this video, we will look at some of the dances and their stories.
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Family Preservation Intake Worker
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY – Internal/External Family Preservation Intake Worker Contract position to March 31, 2024 with possible extension Location – Kenora POSITION SUMMARY: The Family Preservation Intake Worker is a full-time contract program position. The
Accounts Payable Clerk-General
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY – Internal/External Accounts Payable Clerk-General Full Time Permanent Position Location – AAFS Administration Office, Wauzhushk Onigum Nation POSITION SUMMARY: The Accounts Payable Clerk-General is an finance support position. The Accounts Payable Clerk-General
Mobile Crisis Worker
Internal/External Mobile Crisis Worker Contract Position to March 31, 2024 with possible extension Location – Kenora General Description: The Mobile Crisis Worker is responsible for the security of designated AAFS buildings and property and for
Case Aide Family Reunification/Prevention Services
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY: Internal/External Case Aide Family Reunification Home Contract Position to March 31, 2024 with possible extension Location – Kenora POSITION SUMMARY: The Case Aide is a full-time contract program support position. The Case