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Adult Literacy and Basic Skills for Indigenous Peoples - North East

Community-led and non-profit programs can help Indigenous adults with limited formal schooling acquire basic reading, writing, math, and problem-solving skills. These skills make it easier for people to find and keep a job, participate in their communities, and support their children's education.

For high school credit programs, see Academic Upgrading.

See also Continuing Education.

 
These services serve all or part of North East
Indian Friendship Centre of Sault Ste Marie (The) - Urban Aboriginal Alternative High School  
Former Etienne Brule Elementary School, 241 Albert St W, Sault Ste Marie, ON  P6A 7B6
705‑945‑0963

These services are located outside of North East, but provide service to North East.
Ontario Native Literacy Coalition  
16 Sunrise Court, Suite 406, PO Box 550, Ohsweken, ON  N0A 1M0
519‑445‑1539

These service listings are non-regulated in Ontario.

Consumer Protection Ontario at https://www.ontario.ca/page/consumer-protection-ontario can help you ask the right questions before you choose a service.
Link to connect.northeasthealthline.ca