Anishnaabe Place

Community Services has been honored to offer services to Indigenous families for the last 15 years.  As of April 1, 2020 services for Indigenous families and individuals residing in Maple Ridge and  Pitt Meadows will be transitioning to Fraser River Indigenous Society

Anishnaabe Place, Aboriginal Services

Hours of Service
For specific hours of service please see the Anishnaabe Calendar of Events and Activities (If you do not have Adobe Reader please click here to download it for free).

Purpose Statement
Positively affecting the lives of children, youth, adults and families and creating a community where people are supported, valued and enjoy a sense of belonging.

About Program

Provides programs to all Aboriginal groups (i.e. First Nation, Metis, Urban) and offers information, support, referral services, informal education in traditional teachings and a strong cultural environment that encourages a sense of belonging. 



 Location and Contact Info

Anishnaabe Parenting Program
Please click on the link to open the associated pdf file for details on the most current program.(If you do not have Adobe Reader please click here to download it for free):

This program encourages the development of parenting skills by information sharing and group participation. A light dinner will be served.  Child minding on-site. 

Provides parenting resources including communication strategies, traditional teachings and ceremonies.  For Aboriginal parents who are looking for support and who would benefit from parenting resources, parenting support and positive parenting strategies.



Women's Circle

Meet other women who share common experiences, receive emotional support, advocacy, information and pratical help. Share a meal together, engage in crafting and future planning.

The Hive (Eric Langon)
12138 Edge Street, Maple Ridge 

Amanda Carson

Traditional Kitchen

Community Kitchen will share meal ideas and recipes that the whole family can make & share together.  Please RSVP by the first Monday of the month, so we can prepare enough food for everyone to ENJOY!

Available on a voluntary basis with priority given to families and individuals with assessed needs such as isolation, low income, single parent etc.  Individuals or families may attend as their sole connection to Anishnaabe Place or as part of their Family Strengthening or Support Circle connection.

The Hive (Eric Langon)
12138 Edge Street, Maple Ridge 

Amanda Carson​

Family Night A group the entire family can participate in!  Share a meal, enjoy crafting, and an oppotunity to discuss different weekly topics and plan outings. The Hive (Eric Langon)
12138 Edge Street, Maple Ridge 

Amanda Carson

Youth Group

Youth ages 12—18 years are invited to join this exciting group, where they can come together to learn, laugh and support one another.  Social activities, enhancing life skills, promoting cultural awareness and teachings are just part of the fun!

The Club
22722 Lougheed Hwy., Maple Ridge

Amanda Carson
​Tamara H.

Who Qualifies/Eligibility
Referral not required - Aboriginal individuals who are residents of Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows

Other Info
Transportation and child minding is available for specific programs.  Please call for further information


Community Partners/Funders
Ministry of Children and Family Development

Contact Info
Amanda Carson, Community Support Worker

604.467.6911 Ext. 1231


22722 Lougheed Hwy., Maple Ridge  V2X 2V6