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Native Council of Nova Scotia

Child Help Initiative Program (CHIP)

Located In Liverpool
Where To Find Us
Native Council of Nova Scotia
180 White Point Road
Liverpool, NS B0T 1K0
Areas Served South Shore Region
Phone (902) 354-2751
Contact Diane Warner, Chip Facilitator, South Shore Region
Mailing Address PO Box 2028 
180 White Point Road Rd 
Liverpool, NS B0T 1K0
Fax (902) 354-2757
Description & Services
Information Our Goal: 
A supportive, culturally empowering and flexible program for off-reserve Mi’kmaq/Aboriginal parents and their children aged 0 to 6 supporting a child’s “Brighter Futures”. 
How We Help: 
C.H.I.P. Facilitators meet with clients to promote the development of Aboriginal Parent Groups to provide guidance, advice and a link to resources and/or programs that lead to a stronger and brighter future for Aboriginal families and their children.  
C.H.I.P. Facilitators work to strengthen the physical, cultural, emotional and spiritual 
security of the Aboriginal family unit through access to services like prenatal care, nutrition, parenting skills, recreational facilities and any other activities or programs 
that the Aboriginal family or child may require.  
C.H.I.P. Facilitators help organize and support the Aboriginal Parent Groups implement event, workshops, programs and other activities that the Parent Groups see as needed within their area.
Eligibility Ages: 6 year(s) and under
Special Information
Tags Recreation Categories ; South Shore Connect ; Support Programs ; Youth