Following two recent events on Six Nations of the Grand River Territory, Six Nations Elected Council immediately called together its’ Emergency Control Group to discuss how the community’s departments, programs, services and organizations can collaborate to provide the support needed to the community of Six Nations at this time.
Committed to ensuring the health, well-being and safety of each and every individual on the Territory, the Elected Council encourages all community members in need to access the around-the-clock services being provided by Six Nations’ Social Services, Health Services, and Ganohkwasra Family Assault Support Services. These services include, but are not limited to counselling, outreach, shelter, mental health services, and crisis support.
- Six Nations 24/7 Crisis Line – 15 Sunrise Court (519) 445-2204 or 1-866-445-2204
- Six Nations Social Services Walk-In Support from 8:30am-4:30pm Monday through Friday – 15 Sunrise Court (519) 445-0408
- Six Nations Mental Health Walk-In Support from 8:30am-4:30pm Monday through Friday – 1745 Chiefswood Road (519) 445-2418
- Ganohkwasra Family and Assault Support Services, 24/7 services available with additional staff on hand at this time – 1781 Chiefswood Road (519) 445-4324
The Elected Chief and Council would also like to thank Six Nations’ Police, Paramedics, and Fire and Emergency Services for the invaluable services they have and continue to provide, maintaining a safe and welcoming environment for all those on the Territory.
For more info on Six Nations Crisis Line, visit: www.snhs.ca/SNHSServClientOrientationPackage.pdf
For more info on Six Nations Mental Health, visit: www.snhs.ca/MentalHealth.htm
For more info on Ganohkwasra, visit: www.ganohkwasra.ca