Our programs are based on a balanced, holistic approach. They are offered in-house or through our outreach program to Aboriginal women and children.
Welcoming Fire Outreach Program
This program, which began in 2001, is funded by Human Resources and Skills Development Canada. The objective of the “Welcoming Fire Outreach Program” is to prevent homelessness. The Outreach Worker responds to emergency situations, provides home visits, advocacy, support and referrals. Learn More →
Community Support Project
(Sponsored by HRSDC) Under this new project the shelter offers addictions counselling and support to families with children. The Addictions Worker is responsible for providing addictions counselling, education, support and referrals as well as for promoting health lifestyles and healthy choices. The Family Care worker is responsible for working with families with children, conducting workshops, individual support and family based healing plans. These services are offered to in-house residents.
Iskweu project is aimed at reducing and ultimately eradicating the number of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls (trans, two-spirit) of Quebec. To offer support and ensure adequate response from institutions when someone goes missing. Iskweu project aims at reducing barriers to accessing support and receiving adequate response from institutions that have historically discriminated against them. Learn More →
We provide services to help women and children become autonomous and live a more balanced life.
We provide shelter, food, and clothing
Assistance in obtaining financial aid and low-cost housing
Obtaining necessary identification
Accompaniment to appointments
Sweat Lodge Ceremonies
Referrals for detox, treatment, psychotherapy, psychologists, as well as for legal and medical needs
Workshops such as Parenting Skills, Life Skills, Healthy Communication, Non-violence, Sexuality