Dilico Anishinabek Family Care is a diverse and dynamic team of more than 600 professionals caring for the physical mental, emotional and spiritual health of Anishinabek children, families and communities.

“At Dilico, you aren’t just a worker, it’s more than just a job. I get the honour to be a helper in people’s journey to Minobimaadiziwin (the good life). Providing cultural services not only to staff and clients, but also the community.” – Aungelle Wabigwan, Cultural Coordinator

Dilico currently has numerous employment positions available in several departments such as Child Welfare, Administration, Health, and Mental Health and Addictions, along with open positions including social workers, nurses, counsellors, health professionals, youth workers and many casual positions in all services.

Apply today or check out our current employment opportunities.

“Dilico is unique in terms of the range of specialties, different teachers and teachings all under one roof. You have the opportunity to learn from nurses, child protection professionals, and addictions and mental health experts within the Indigenous field.”

– John Dixon, Dilico Anishinabek Family Care, Associate Executive Director

On average, an individual spends 90,000 hours at work in their life. If you’re looking to gain more value from your career and continue to learn while working, Dilico might be just what you are looking for. Dilico employees all have incredible journeys to share.

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