Métis Counselling Connection Program (Paused)


Métis Nation British Columbia (MNBC) first launched the Métis Counselling Connections program (MCC) on February 17th, 2021. MCC provides financial assistance to MNBC Citizens to access counselling and clinical services. The goal of this program is to increase MNBC Citizens' mental health and wellness. Services are available to individuals, couples, and families. 

Accepted Services
Counselling (individual, couples, group, and family)
Assessments/Testing (psychological and psychiatric)
Substance Use Treatment
Registered Service Provider Eligibility
Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association (CCPA)
British Columbia Psychological Association (BCPA)
College of Psychologists of British Columbia (CPBC)

BC Association of Clinical Counsellors (BCACC)

British Columbia College of Social Workers (BCCSW)

British Columbia Association of Marriage and Family Therapy (BCAMFT)
Physician Referral to see a Psychiatrist through the College of Physicians and Surgeons of BC (CPSBC)
*Service providers or services not included in this list may be considered*

MCC Program Cost Coverage

Mental Health Counselling and Clinical Support Provided

Coverage Amount
Individual/Group Counselling Sessions$2,000
Couples Counselling Sessions$2,000
Family Counselling Sessions$2,000
Psychiatry Consultation$2,000
Psychological Assessment/Testing$2,000
Psychotherapeutic Treatment$2,000


Applicant Eligibility
Must be a MNBC Citizen registered within the MNBC Central Registry and currently residing in British Columbia.
This program is available to all ages.
Priority will be given to new applicants.

Interested in Applying?

The Métis Counselling Connections (MCC) program has received funding this year. However, due to the significant number of applications received, we cannot accept any further applications at this time. We appreciate your understanding. To sign up for program-specific notifications/updates, please provide your contact information!

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Any new applications submitted prior to April 17th, 2024, have been added to a waitlist. We will contact you when/if funding becomes available. Being on the waitlist does not guarantee a spot on the program.