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Agape House

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  • Operate 24 hours per day, 7 days per week

  • All services are provided at no cost

  • Crisis and ongoing counselling for those staying at the shelter

  • Assistance with medical, legal, and social services

  • Basic daily provisions: food, clothing and personal hygiene items at no cost

  • Support groups for women on various topics, including dealing with abuse, parenting support, and self- esteem (residential and non-residential.)

  • Non-residential services are for women who may not have a need to stay in a shelter – they can access free counselling services and support for a variety of issues.

  • Two interim housing units which are in place to help women make the transition toward independent living, while allowing for access to support services.

  • No-cost public education workshops, presentations and services in our region

Alpha House

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  • A year-long program for women and their children leaving an abusive relationship

  • Protective and affordable fully furnished housing

  • Individual and group counselling for women and all age appropriate children

  • Family counselling

  • Support and advocacy 

  • Family activities

  • Children’s summer activity program

  • Follow up counselling and support 

Bravestone Center

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  • A year-long program for women to live in a safe, confidential and secure place independently within their own suites 

  • Individual and group therapeutic counselling for women

  • Developmentally appropriate individual and group counselling for children

  • Parenting Support Groups

  • Learning Program

  • Healthy Coping Behaviour Program

  • On-site Food Bank

  • Advocacy and Community Referrals

  • Six-month Follow-up Program

Fort Garry Women's Resource Center

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  • Resources include, but are not limited to, other family violence resources, legal, housing, social services, finances, day care, parenting, seniors, and health.

  • Individual one time counselling

  • Individual ongoing counselling

  • Group counselling

  • Child counselling program 

  • Educational workshops and events 

  • Monthly legal consultations (only for women who have not dealt with a lawyer (no current or past lawyers).)**

  • Clothing program - https://fgwrc.ca/our-programs/practical-supports/ 

  • Harvest program - currently a wait list
     

Genesis House South Central

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  • NEED INFO

IKWE Widdjiitiwin Inc.

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  • 30 day shelter program for women and children

  • Individual and group counselling for adults

  • Individual and group counselling for children

  • Assistance with accessing affordable housing, medical and legal services

  • Advocacy and referral services

  • Access to cultural ceremonies

  • Protection Orders

  • Wisdom Tutoring program (school age children grades K-8)

  • A limited number of furnished suites available as an interim housing option

  • Follow up services include individual counselling and support, weekly group counselling, advocacy, referrals, home visits once you are residing in the community, safety planning and assistance with obtaining protection orders.

Interlake Women's Resource Center Inc

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  • NEED INFO

Native Women's Transition

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  • Crisis/Addictions program

  • Learning program

  • Parenting program

  • Compulsive coping behaviour program

  • Family Violence Prevention program

  • Women’s healing program

  • Breaking the silence program: for survivors of childhood trauma 

  • Practical skills program which provides women with a variety of activities including learning to cook, bake, menu planning and “food handling safety” seminars. Women are also taught important life skills such as house cleaning, shopping, budgeting, laundry and the importance of personal hygiene. 

  • Weekly resident healing circles and community healing circles

Memengwaa Place

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  • Second stage housing facility

  • Independent living

  • Safe environment for Aboriginal women and children who have experienced family violence

  • semi-furnished apartment facility accommodates 7 families and a live-in house mom

  • Residency can be up to 1 year, with extensions granted based on need

  • Traditional teachings, one one one counselling and group supports are provided by the outreach/support worker to residents

  • Residents can also access NWTC's supports and programs

Kihiw Iskewock (Eagle Women's) Lodge

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  • Long term safe housing to Aboriginal women who have experienced incarceration and / or have been in conflict with the justice system

  • 15 apartment unit complex to accommodate Aboriginal women and their children

  • Culturally relevant support and services will be provided to the families, with a focus on healing, family reunification and community reintegration. 

North End Women's Center Inc

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  • Drop in/Resource centre - women can drop by for info, a snack, & to receive supplies (harm reduction, hygiene, menstrual, baby, etc)

  • Individual counselling

  • Drop in counselling

  • Phone counselling 

  • Group counselling

  • Healing and wellness - provides opportunities to improve physical, mental, spiritual, as well as emotional health and well being of the women in the community who have been impacted by violence

  • Newcomer/settlement program - for newcomer women as they adapt to life in Canada

  • Parenting program

  • Traditional housing

  • Summer programming: activities for children and their caregivers

  • Community housing program - weekly workshops on how to find housing, how to maintain a home, how to deal with landlords, pest prevention, pre-employment, resume/interview skills as well as a variety of life-skills. 

North Point Douglas Women's Center

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  • Counselling is free of charge and requires an appointment

  • Phone and zoom sessions as well as in person sessions

  • Drop in centre - provided basic needs support which includes: 

  • Snacks and beverages

  • Emergency food, baby items, and hygiene products when available

  • Access to computers, phone, and washroom

  • Laundry (by appointment only; $1/wash $1/dry, soap and dryer sheets provided)

  • Seasonally appropriate shoes and clothing when available

  • Smudging and traditional medicines

  • Crisis support

  • Printing, photocopying, and faxing

  • Resources, referrals, & advocacy

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  • Red Road to Healing program:

  • a 10-week program for women who have experienced violence and are ready to move forward in their healing journey

  • Informational sessions

  • Healing sessions

  • Traditional teachings are introduced to counteract the violence that was experienced

  • Program runs three times a year, fall, winter and spring

  • Registration is required and it is a closed group

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  • Family Tree Parenting program: 

  • Explores the everyday challenges of parenting, Indigenous traditional teachings, and the impact of residential schools and trauma on our families

  • Topics covered are chosen by those who are registered 

  • Program runs three times a year, fall, winter and spring

  • Registration is required and it is a closed group

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  • Women’s Warrior Circle: 

  • Meets every Thursday from 6-8pm at North Point Douglas Women's Centre

  • Dedicated to creating positive change and promoting healing through matriarchal leadership and service to the community

  • Rooted in reclaiming traditional Indigenous teachings and practices

  • Bus tickets, supper, and childminding are provided

  • It is an open group and no registration is required, all women are welcome

Bravestone Center

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  • A year-long program for women to live in a safe, confidential and secure place independently within their own suites 

  • Individual and group therapeutic counselling for women

  • Developmentally appropriate individual and group counselling for children

  • Parenting Support Groups

  • Learning Program

  • Healthy Coping Behaviour Program

  • On-site Food Bank

  • Advocacy and Community Referrals

  • Six-month Follow-up Program

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