Building Knowledge Case Study
Ki-Low-Na Friendship Society manages the Family Den (FD) program, an Indigenous family-based transition housing program providing a range of supports. The FD program assists urban-Indigenous families in crisis that are currently involved, or at risk of being involved, with the Ministry of Children and Family Development. Parents and children are able to safely stay together in a semi-supervised, substance-free home.
About the Indigenous Housing Series
Case studies in the Indigenous Housing Series highlight housing providers and programs that serve Indigenous women, youth, and families who need housing support and are facing child welfare intervention. They provide information on program components and support, and examine key practices, program highlights, challenges, and successes.