You may find these resources helpful.
A Guide to Aboriginal Resources in Greater Vancouver — Things to know before you move to Vancouver, by Lu’ma Native Housing Society. Clicking the link downloads a PDF.
BC Association of Aboriginal Friendship Centres — The Friendship Centre movement is built on community support, trust, strong leadership, tradition, and faith. Its goal is to improve the quality of life for Aboriginal peoples.
Assembly of First Nations — A national advocacy organization that represents First Nations people in Canada.
BC Assembly of First Nations — A provincial advocacy organization that looks after the rights and interests of First Nations people in BC.
Union of British Columbia Indian Chiefs — Works toward the recognition, implementation, and exercise of inherent Indigenous title, rights, and treaty rights in BC.
First Nations Summit — Supports First Nations people in BC in teaty negotiations and other issues of common concern.
First Nations Health Authority — A provincial political and advocacy organization about health programs and services for First Nations people in BC.
First Nations Health Council — A provincial political and advocacy organization about health and wellness for First Nations people in BC.