EAGLE Urban Transition Centre
The EAGLE Urban Transition Centre (EUTC) was created by the Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs in 2005. The primary goal of the EUTC is to act as a culturally relevant and non-discriminatory gateway for Indigenous people transitioning into an urban centre. The EUTC office is focused on providing a single window from which clients receive support, advocacy and access to needed programs in their efforts to achieve independent living.
EUTC believes thatIndigenous people experiencing transitional issues should have access to resources that support a healthy balanced life and wellness in the areas of: physical, mental, spiritual and emotional.
- To improve the quality of life for Indigenous people and their families in an urban environment.
- To provide holistic support, which covers the four aspects of the individual: physical, emotional, mental and spiritual.
- To provide support, which incorporates both traditional and contemporary methods to meet the needs of all clients.
- To work as a team both internally and with the community at large, for society to better respond to the needs of Indigenous people.
- To provide advocacy and access to opportunities leading to economic independence.
- To create a supportive, welcoming and trusting environment for clients, staff and partnering organizations.
- To recognize and promote pride in Indigenous identity of First Nations, Métis and Inuit people and communities.
- Access to computers with internet
- Free Connect 2 Voicemail Services
- Access to up-to-date listings of: employment opportunities, rental listings and applications, education and training opportunities, listing of events and gatherings, email networking
- Assistance with printing, faxing and mailing
- Call to book an appointment with our Elder
- Advocacy and referrals to other services
- Disability resources
- A Healing Room: provides a private and comfortable area to practice traditional and contemporary spirituality
200-275 Portage Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B2B3
204-954-3050 (main line)
1-866-345-1883 (toll free)
The Eagle Urban Transition Centre (EUTC) continues to operate the Eagle’s Nest Project as a resource for Indigenous youth who are out-of-school and unemployed.
The Eagle’s Nest project activities are delivered at St. John’s Leisure Centre at 601 Aikins Avenue in Winnipeg’s North End. The City of Winnipeg has been a tremendous supporter contributing to the success of the Eagle’s nest.
The objective of the Eagle’s Nest is to assist 60 Indigenous youth annually toward personal and professional goals that will ultimately see them gain the confidence to return to school or obtain employment.
The Eagle’s Nest Program provides professional and personal skill development opportunities for Indigenous youth between the ages of 15-30, who are not enrolled in school or who are currently unemployed.
Program delivery is guided by the four quadrants of the medicine wheel (Spiritual, Emotional, Physical, & Mental) and is delivered in a holistic manner to empower Indigenous youth.
Program is Monday to Friday, 9:00am to 3:30p.m., over a 12 week period. Program has 3 intakes per year: Sept to Dec, Jan to April, May to August.
What we offer:
- First Aid CPR Level C Certificate
- Level 1 Food Handlers Certificate
- Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training(ASIST)
- Non-Violence Crisis Intervention Skills Training (NVCI)
- Mental Health First Aid Certificate
- Housing Certificate
- Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS)
- Daily skill development activitiess
- Training and Employment Counseling
- Volunteer Opportunities
- Recreation Activities
- Nutrition Program
- Workshops/Presentations by Urban Service providers
- Aboriginal Culture, language and traditional skill building
- Social skill and strategies development
- Tours at Post Secondary Institutions
For more information, please call
Please call for the next start date, applications are accepted throughout the year.
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