POWER OF FRIENDSHIP ABORIGINAL HEADSTART

Prince George Native Friendship Centre

Description & Services
Description Offers an early intervention strategy which addresses the needs of young Aboriginal children living in urban centres and in large Northern communities.
Sup. Description Prince George Aboriginal Head Start and The Power of Friendship Head Start are pre-school programs where parents and/or caregivers are on site participating in the programs. The programs encompass the following: morning and afternoon programs, culture and language, education, health promotion, nutrition, social support programs, parental involvement, transportation.
Areas Served Prince George and Area
Hours 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Contact Information
Address 110 Anderson St
Prince George, BC V2M 4Z1
 
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Mailing Address 110 Anderson St 
Prince George, BC V2M 4Z1
Accessibility Fully Accessible - Wheelchair accessible
Office Phone (250) 564-1840
Fax 250-563-2183
E-Mail lslater@pgnfc.com
Website www.pgnfc.com/programs_services.html
Primary Contact Rita Anderson, Program Coordinator, Aboriginal Headstart; Phone: (250) 564-1840; Fax: (250) 564-1842; Email: randerson@pgnfc.com

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