|Kagita Mikam Aboriginal Employment Services||Kagita Mikam was established to provide a cooperative working relationship with all Aboriginal First Nations, organizations and associations within the service catchment area.
Kagita Mikam is attempting to increase the skill level of aboriginal people to find permanent employment.
|Metis Nation of Ontario||
In 1993, the Métis Nation of Ontario (MNO) was established through the will of Métis people and Métis communities coming together throughout Ontario to create a Métis-specific
. Currently, the MNO delivers programs and services to its citizens through these branches: Healing and Wellness ; Education and Training ; Infinite Property Services ; Lands, Resources and Consultation ; and Economic Development .
|Ontario Aboriginal HIV/AIDS Strategy||For over 15 years HARS has been providing education and support to individuals and organizations in Kingston and the surrounding region. Our services include counselling, advocacy, access to free condoms, a Needle Exchange and an extensive resource library & education department.|
|Red Cedar Shelter||Red Cedars is a holistic shelter, providing services and alternatives for families experiencing domestic abuse. We are open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year to serve anyone.
|Tipi Moza(Iron Homes)||
Our mission is to provide affordable, culturally appropriate, not-for-profit housing, and any related support services for Native people. New and rehabilitated housing for persons of varied backgrounds and of low incomes will be developed over time in the urban areas of Kingston and Frontenac.
|Kingston Interval House||Aboriginal Women's Outreach Program offers flexible and culturally relevant services for Aboriginal women who have experienced violence.
|St. Lawrence College||The Eagle Learning Cafe is located located in Room 33400 on the Kingston campus and in Room A103 on the Cornwall campus, is a comfortable space for Aboriginal students to relax, study, or interact with other Aboriginal students.
The Eagle Learning Café features:
Aboriginal Advisor Mary Ann Lyons is available to assist First Nations, Metis, and Inuit students on all three campuses by e-mail or phone, as well as in person where possible. Status is not required for college-related services; students need only self-identify as having Aboriginal ancestry.