Benefits of AHS

Here are some of the benefits that parents have indicated they value most about Aboriginal Head Start programs:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • accessibility

  • belonging to a community

  • cultural experiences and teachings

  • socialization for children and families

  • traditional foods and crafts

  • learning the traditional language

  • traditional health practices

  • supported transition to kindergarten

  • Parent Advisory Council involvement

  • parenting skills and supports

  • special needs supports

  • transportation provided

  • field trips and cultural activities

  • referrals to mental health professionals and other specialists

  • connection to Elders

Aboriginal Head Start Association of British Columbia

Awahsuk AHS

14589 108th Avenue 
Surrey, BC V3R 1V6 
604-584-5527

Comox Valley AHS

956 Grieve Ave 
Courtenay, BC V9N 5N5 
250-334-2477

Eagles Nest AHS

618 East Hastings St. 
Vancouver, BC V6A 1R1 
 604-253-3354

Future 4 Nations AHS

34110 Lougheed Hwy 
Mission, BC V2V 4L1 
 604-820-4567

Kermode Friendship Society AHS

3313 Kalum St. 
Terrace, BC V8G 2N7 
250-635-4906

Little Moccasins Learning Centre AHS

99 South 3rd Ave. 
Williams Lake, BC V2G 1J1 
 250-398-6841

Power of Friendship AHS

110 Anderson St. 
Prince George, BC,

V2M 4Z1 
250-564-1840

Prince George AHS

1945-3rd Ave. 
Prince George, BC

V2L 1G6 
250-563-3884

Prince Rupert AHS

2150 313 Prince Rupert Blvd
Prince Rupert, BC V8J 4E4 
250-627-4010

Qwallayuw AHS

441-4th Ave. 
Campbell River, BC

V9W 3W7 
250-286-3044

Sas Natsadle AHS

10328 - 101st Avenue 
Fort St. John, BC

V1J 2B5 
 250-785-0887

Singing Frog AHS

2150 McLean Drive 
Vancouver, BC

V5N 5X9 
 604-253-5388

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