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Our Services for Indigenous Women in Greenstone

Programs & Services
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Would you like to access one of our programs or services?


Are you an Indigenous woman in Greenstone? We’re here for you.



Centralized Intake

Provides a single point of contact for referents and community members to access immediate supports and brief services across the province of Ontario.

Provincially Available | Thunder Bay


Community Health Outreach

Builds community capacity in community health and wellness, with the knowledge that if Indigenous women are well, the community is well.

Provincially Available | Greenstone 


Ending Violence Against Indigenous Women

Provides education, training and tools to empower and support Indigenous women’s healing, specifically survivors of sexual assault and abuse, based on the needs of the individuals.

Provincially Available | Sioux Lookout | Thunder Bay

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Indigenous Anti-Human Trafficking

Supports Indigenous communities in providing survivor-focused and localized responses to end Human Trafficking.

Provincially Available | Toronto

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Indigenous Diabetes Education

Educates and supports communities about the risk of diabetes and diabetes management.

Provincially Available | Thunder Bay


Indigenous Healthy Babies Healthy Children

Assists Indigenous families in providing the best possible opportunities for healthy development of children through family home visiting, service coordination, and referrals.

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Indigenous Responsible Gambling Awareness

Provides community awareness, education, prevention, and resource development regarding responsible gambling for the benefit of all Indigenous women and their families.

Provincially Available | Thunder Bay


Indigenous Sexual Assault Program

The Indigenous Sexual Assault program provides culturally relevant and trauma informed services to Indigenous women who have experience sexual assault and/or sexual violence.


Indigenous Women’s Leadership

Builds capacity and supports Indigenous women as leaders in their current roles as leaders of organizations and communities. Maintaining relationships with ONWA’s membership.

Provincially Available | Thunder Bay


Mental Health and Wellness

Utilizes a trauma-informed and traditional support framework to provide support and advocacy services to Indigenous women and their families.


Mindimooyenh Health Clinic

Offers a holistic community member driven approach to vaccination and healthcare in a safe space.


Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women Family Support

Supports families and loved ones of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women (MMIWG) with the reconciliation and healing process.

Provincially Available | Thunder Bay

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Assists the Indigenous population in Thunder Bay that are at risk of homelessness, and those experiencing homelessness.

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She is Wise Program

Builds leadership and capacity rooted in Indigenous knowledge and ways of knowing and being through a focus on Indigenous woman at the center approach.

Provincially Available | Thunder Bay

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Youth Life Promotion (Mentorship)

Supports Indigenous youth life promotion and suicide prevention activities, including mental health and wellness supports, and clinical and land-based programming.

Provincially Available | Thunder Bay

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