St’át’imc Community Services
A list of programs and services that are provided with a focus on Indigenous community members.
Community Adult Learning Center (Lillooet Tribal Council)
Academic support for Indigenous and non-Indigenous people in Lillooet and the surrounding areas.
Empowering Indigenous Women for a Stronger Community
Providing support and training to develop leadership skills, increase capacity and empower women so they can be motivators for change.
Indigenous Skills and Employment Training Program (ISETP)
Helping Indigenous people improve their skills and find employment.
Kanukwa7staliha Family Services
Culturally sensitive support to children, youth and their families who are experience difficulties.
Lillooet Friendship Center Society
Providing support and empowering community through culturally sensitive programs and services.
Stl’atl’imx Tribal Police
A community services that reflects the needs, culture, customs and right of the St’át’imc people. Committed to safety, security and ensuring equal and respectful treatment.
St’át’imc Education and Training
Strengthening the collective organization capacity of the St’át’imc to collaborate with strategic partners, communities and their partners and ensuring education and training programs are culturally relevant and holistic.
St’át’imc Health Resources
Delivering culturally sensitive health care services to Indigenous peoples living on and off reserves in the Northern St’át’imc Territory.
St’át’imc Restorative Justice Project Corporation
Providing a community-based justice program that incorporates traditional notions of justice concepts of the St’át’imc Nation.
Providing safe, fun and educational daycare and preschool program for the community of Lillooet.
Upper St’át’imc Language, Culture and Education Society
Enhancing and maintaining St̓át̓imcets and other cultural knowledge through education.
Uxwalmixw Centre Society
Promoting understanding and appreciation of traditional St’atimic spiritual values that encourage fellowship and understanding between all persons.
Ucwalmicw Community Farm Contact: email@example.com
Fundraising and providing financial aid and volunteer assistance to host community events and field trips
Need to contact an Indigenous Communitys’ Office?
Go to the St’át’imc Governance page to see contact information.