Hulitan Family and Community Services Society

Our Beginnings In February, 2010 Hulitan Family and Community Services Society (HFCSS) was incorporated and in April of the same year, after many years of service, separated from M’akola Group of Societies, the umbrella organization to Hulitan Social Services Society. The separation process was planned and developed over a period of three years in order to ensure a smooth and sustainable transition for the new Society. April 1, 2011 marked the first anniversary of HFCSS and 12 months of service to the Indigenous community. Our Mission Hulitan preserves, unifies, and advocates for Indigenous families by supporting healing and fostering resilience through culturally rooted programs and services and collaboration with community partners. Our Vision Hulitan’s Vision Statement is the following: Hulitan empowers Indigenous families and future generations, walking alongside them and using the cultural principles of Respect, Honour, Connectedness, Humility and Integrity. Our Cultural Perspective Hulitan is committed to providing culturally sensitive and aware programming and services to the Indigenous community.We are aware that urban communities are comprised of many different Nations, therefore, we respect and value the traditional teachings of all Indigenous people.
Telephone Number: 
(250) 384 - 9466
FAX Number: 
(250) 384 - 9467
Mailing Address: 
104-731 Station Avenue
Victoria, BC V9B 5R5

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