Yukon Region Client Services and Appointments
We offer a range of social programs, services and funding for registered Status First Nations people in Yukon and northern British Columbia.
Our Client Services office provides services and funding to individuals registered under the Indian Act.
Yukon First Nations with self-government agreements also deliver many programs and services. If you are a citizen of a First Nation with a self-government agreement please contact your First Nation directly to learn about the programs available to you. Other government departments, both federal and territorial, also offer programs for First Nations people.
Learn about eligibility and the application process for income assistance to status First Nations people in Whitehorse who cannot meet their basic needs.
Learn about eligibility and the application process for assisted living for status First Nations people with special needs, such as seniors and persons with disabilities.
Wills and estates
Learn about receiving assistance for managing the estates of deceased, minor and disabled status First Nations individuals who were residents on a reserve.
Surviving in Yukon guide, Yukon Anti-Poverty Coalition
A trusted guide to service providers that offer free and low-cost services in the territory, produced by the Yukon Anti-Poverty Coalition, a local non-profit organization committed to the elimination of poverty in Yukon through awareness, education, advocacy, community building and action.
Contact us to make an appointment:
Room 122, Elijah Smith Building (300 Main Street), Whitehorse
For Yukon Region clients only:
Phone (toll free): 1-800-661-0451
For enquiries from other regions, please call the Public Enquiries Contact Centre:
Phone (toll free): 1-800-567-9604