The Bear's Den
On NCSA's YouTube Channel Now: Hidden Homeless - Edmonton's Invisible Crisis
For every one homeless person on the streets, there are three who are Hidden Homeless. Watch NCSA's latest hard hitting and emotional documentary about a problem largely invisible to the public eye.
On Friday August 3, 2018, an exchange of protocol and a traditional pipe ceremony ushered in a new era of a strengthened relationship between NCSA and Correctional Services Canada.See Full Article →
NCSA Family Services - The Youth Navigator Program
Youth Navigators support youth in achieving a healthy lifestyle. Navigators help youth deal with life challenges, provide assistance in accessing services, and encourage family, community and cultural connections.Contact a Youth Navigator Today
Kihciy Askiy means Sacred Earth in Cree and will be a permanent Indigenous ceremonial and cultural site within Edmonton. The project site area is about 2.5 hectares and is located in Whitemud Park at the former Fox Farm Site.Learn More