Nanki Nezulne (Our Two Spirits) Adult (18+) 2SLGBTQ+ Health and Wellness Services

Provides wrap-around health and wellness services for 2SLGBTQ+ (Two Spirit, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, plus additional gender, sexuality and romantic identities) community members that reside in the 11-member Nations that Carrier Sekani serves.


About the Program

The development and implementation of our practices are determined through partnership and collaboration with the First Nations People residing in the Carrier and Sekani territories. Our priority of community involvement advances the eventual self-governing of 2SLGBTQ+ human services by the Carrier and Sekani First Nations People.

As our program is partially funded by Community Action Initiative (CAI), all services are also offered to Indigenous, and non-Indigenous people that reside in British Columbia. All services are offered virtually (telephone, video-conferencing). However, under certain circumstances, service delivery (education, celebration) may be available in-person. Counselling services are offered exclusively virtually.


What We Do

Our goal is to encourage inclusivity, acceptance, equitable and affirming health and wellness services for 2SLGBTQ+ identifying community members. Our program goals are to:

  • Implement social, emotional, and health-related services through community engagement and evidence-based practices.
  • Encourage inclusivity, and acceptance of 2SLGBTQ+ individuals within the Carrier and Sekani territories.
  • Follow the philosophies and standards of Carrier and Sekani cultural traditions and practices within 2SLGBTQ+ outreach support, counselling, education, and celebratory events.
  • Strive for Carrier and Sekani First Nations People’s ultimate autonomy of sustainable 2SLGBTQ+ human service supports and resources.


You Should Know

Clients seeking counselling support must be: 

  • 18 years or older.
  • Self-identify as 2SLGBTQ+ or individuals exploring their gender, sexuality and/or romantic identities.
  • Parents of 2SLGBTQ+ youth.
  • Family members of 2SLGBTQ+ individuals e.g. sibling, partners, chosen family members, children etc. Please note, that family members must be 18+
  • Residents of British Columbia.
  • Indigenous and non-Indigenous community members may also access services.

*CSFS community members and Indigenous BC residents receive first priority accessing counselling services*


Referral Process

Contact Us

Hours of operation: 8:30am to 4:30pm, Monday through Friday. Statutory holidays may affect these hours.



Brittany Clark-Wakefield (she/her)
Mental Health Clinician, B.A. PSYC, SOC


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Last modified: Tuesday 29-Aug-23 09:12:46 PDT