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Niijkiwendidaa Anishnaabekwag Services Circle (NASC) is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the development and delivery of healing services for Anishnaabekwewag and their families who have been abused, are being abused, or are at risk of being abused.
Healing work is conducted through the use of traditional Anishnaabe spirituality, blended with other appropriate methods of healing.
NASC provides services to the following geographic areas of this great and sacred Turtle Island:
City of Kawartha Lakes
The County of Peterborough
The City of Peterborough
Everyone is welcome to come to NASC! You DO NOT need a status card to acquire our services. We provide services to Status, Non-status, Metis, Inuit, First Nation, Native, Aboriginal, Indigenous, self-identified, people from all nations.
Please Note: If you are looking for the Nogojiwanong Peterborough Friendship Centre please visit www.nogofc.ca
In November 1992, Niijkiwendidaa Anishnaabekwewag Services Circle opened its doors. In April 1994, funding was secured for our agency from the Violence Against Women and Ministry of Community and Social Services.
In June 1994, we were incorporated as a Non-Profit Organization.
In the years since, Niijkiwendidaa Anishnaabekwewag Services Circle has seen a substantial increase in public awareness and need for the services provided. Throughout this time our “Reason For Being” and “Values and Beliefs” continue to be the foundation from which this agency operates. Niijkiwendidaa Anishnaabekwewag Services Circle’s main goal is to support Anishnaabekwewag and their families as they move forward on their healing journey; which will ultimately lead to families and communities becoming healthier. Our long term goal is to accomplish change within the larger community and society as a whole, by validating and valuing the qualities of Anishnaabeg and our culture.