External Service Providers


  • Lytton Restorative Justice: Prevention and Education Program, offers programs for the opportunity to explore historical trauma to end institutionalization of Indigenous people. Phone: (250) 455-0477
  • Lytton Community Food Bank Phone: (250) 455-2316
  • Lytton ASETS (Aboriginal Skills. Employment and Training Strategy)
    • To book an appointment please call the Ashcroft office at (250) 453-0093 or email at
  • Schools:
    • Stein Valley Nlakapamux School website Phone: (250) 455-2522
      • SVNS Adult Education Phone: (250) 455-0269
    • Lytton Elementary School website Phone: (250) 455-2215
    • Kumsheen Secondary School website Phone: (250) 455-2328

Child & Family

  • Helping Hands Transition House (Han Knakst Tsitxw Society) exists to provide safe, temporary accommodation for women and their dependent children who are in crisis as a result of physical, emotional, mental and/or spiritual abuse/violence.
  • Nzen’man Child and Family Development Centre offers quality early childhood and family development programs and services.
  • Scw’exmx Child and Family Services Society offers child protection services to five of the, affiliated bands, within the Nicola Valley.

Grief & Loss

  • Coming Soon

Health & Wellness

  • Tl’Kemtsin Community Health Centre: (250) 455-2115
  • First Nations Health Authority

Culture & Language

  • Beeya.wEE.hh kt / piyeʔwiʔx kt Language Foundation Society website


  • The Family Law Act defines family relationships and secondary matters (divorce, annulment, property settlements, alimony, child custody and visitation, child support and alimony awards).
  • The Adoption Act governs adoptions and protects everyone’s interests, especially the child.


  • In a concerted effort, a summary report was released by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission Call to Action to redress the legacy of residential schools and propose all levels of government to work together to repair the atrocities of inter-generational trauma and begin the process of reconciliation.
  • As per the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms (1982) all human rights will be upheld for individuals and groups.
  • Further it has been requested that the United Nations Declaration be used as a framework for reconciliation on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.