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Six Nations of the Grand River Ontario Works (SNGROW)
SNGROW - Overview
Welfare has been a Department
under Council for over 40 years.
Mr. Art Anderson was the
Administrator until his
retirement in 1981. Diane Hill
became the Administrator in
1981 and held this position
until 1997 at which time
Sharon Martin was appointed
to this position of Welfare

The Welfare Office was in the
old Council Chambers on 4th line
and then moved into the old
nurses station on Chiefswood Road
(currently the library) until 1996
and then moved to 1697 4th Line
until June 2003. The Welfare
Department is now located at
12 Sunrise Court.

The Six Nations Welfare Department has always delivered an active program, to some degree.

Innovations, is the Active Measures component of our program. Innovations offer Employability Assessment, Career Planning, Resume Development and much more for Social Assistant Recipients.
SNGROW - Ontario Works
To provide financial assistance to all Six Nations band members residing in its territory. We strive to support individuals both financially and emotionally to attain their goal of self-sufficiency. We also are in the process of ...   View More
SNGROW - Family Support Program
This program is mandatory for all sole support parents and blended families with children from previous relationships. The overall purpose of this program is to pursue Child/spousal support. The Ontario Works Act states: "...   View More
SNGROW - Innovations
The employment component of Six Nations Welfare, Innovations offers programming in-house entitled "Pathways to independence" a 4 week program to assist with developing and fine tuning an indivdual's plan to become independent of ...   View More
SNGROW Dept. - Wilma General
Nomination Form


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Each year a member of Six Nations is recognized with the Wilma General Memorial Award that best exemplifies the following criteria:

Is a Six Nations Community Member

Possesses a strong background in Volunteer work within Six Nations and surrounding communities

Works towards establishing a firm foundation for the continued betterment and growth of families in our community

Promotes unity and strength within the family and community

Demonstrates courage, strength and leadership abilities to create changes

Liases to bridge the gap between Natives and Non-Natives

Posseses positive interpersonal skills and is always willing to sacrifice their personal time
SNGROW - Phone, Fax
Phone Number .... 519 445-2084
Fax Number ........ 519 445-0133
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