Métis Capital Housing Corporation (MCHC)
Métis Capital Housing Corporation (MCHC) is the MNA institution that deals with the ownership and management of residential properties. MCHC was established in 2007 and is owned by the Métis Nation of Alberta. To date, MCHC has acquired 341 units in 5 urban centers throughout the province. In addition to this residential program, MCHC also operates the Family Reunification Centre and a Senior’s Lodge in Edmonton.
The Family Reunification Program (FRP) is dedicated to reuniting Aboriginal mothers, fathers and their children by providing housing placements for up to three years. The program mandate is to assist in reuniting children in care with their families in a safe and secure environment.
MCHC is providing the program in cooperation and agreement with Government of Alberta Ministry of Human Services. The program participates in the Crime Free Multi Housing Program partnership run by the Edmonton Police Service.
The FRP provides families with a wide range of support services including:
- 24-hour support to families as required
- Parenting skills development
- Employment and educational planning
- A mentorship program to build self-esteem, confidence, and role models for children and youth
Métis Capital Housing Corporation Contact/Head Office:
11923 121A Street
Phone (780) 452-6440
Fax (780) 452-1076