Association, Church, Society & Foundation
The Edmonton Native Healing Centre empowers individuals to grow stronger and creates vibrant community relationships while honoring our culture through Spiritual development centered in the heart of the Creator.
In striving to fulfill its Mission, ENHC serves:
– Low income people
– Street people
– The church and traditional people
– Immediate community, the 124 street corridor
– Nurturing individuals with the heart of the Creator
ENHC Operating Principles:
The purpose of the Excel Society is to encourage clients to achieve personal and community-based goals, which promote their potential for independent living, and community based employment. Excel Society provides individuals with access to community-based opportunities and facilitates the development of interpersonal relations, occupational and independent living skill sets, individual responsibility and personal independence.
Since opening its first program in 1975 McMan Youth, Family and Community Services Association has grown and evolved into a dynamic not-for-profit social service agency that provides a comprehensive range of programs. McMan is a well respected organization and has earned a solid reputation as a responsive, highly competent and innovative partner in service delivery.
McMan is made up of people who truly care – from our local boards of directors to our professional staff and our volunteers. We care about what we do, we care about the people we serve, and we care about the society in which we live.
Since 1959, the Music Enrichment Program (M.E.P.) has provided quality and affordable string music lessons to children ages 8 to 18. M.E.P. offers group class and orchestral instruction on various string instruments after regular school hours. Founded and administered by the Edmonton Public School Board, M.E.P. grew in the 1960s to include three children’s after school hours choirs.