Each Unit of the Southern First Nations Network of Care contributes an important component to our organization's mandate.
The Alternative Care Unit assists our member Agencies in connecting to culturally appropriate resources to support children, families and communities.
The Communications Unit is responsible for developing and managing a proactive strategy for the Southern First Nations Network of Care.
The Human Resources Unit assists in the development and support of best practices and employment capacity for the Southern Network and our member Agencies.
The main purpose of the Service Support Unit is to provide support to our member Agencies, and in turn, the families, and children served by these Agencies.
The Finance and Administration Unit is responsible for the management of the finance and administrative functions of the Southern Network.
The Quality Assurance Unit works in collaboration with Southern Network staff and our member Agencies to monitor and ensure quality services are being provided.
The Information and Technology (IT) Unit is responsible for all aspects of the design and development of the technical infrastructure, as well as providing IT services and support to the Southern Network and our member Agencies.