Our Services for Indigenous Women in Thunder Bay

1-800-667-0816

Upcoming Events in Thunder Bay

ONTARIO NATIVE WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION

 

Are you an Indigenous woman in Thunder Bay looking for help? We're here for you.

OUR PROGRAMS & SERVICES

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Babaamendam

TRAUMA-INFORMED CARE

This program creates safe spaces for Indigenous women who wish to exit oppressive and violent
situations. 
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Community Wellness

This program delivers strength-based, culturally- grounded programming, working one-on-one with families to support Indigenous women’s leadership.  DETAILS

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Ending Violence Against Indigenous Women

This program provides culturally relevant and trauma-informed service counselling to Indigenous women who have experienced sexual assault and/or sexual violence.  DETAILS

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Indigenous Healthy Babies, Healthy Children

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

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Indigenous Victim & Family Liaison

The Aboriginal Victim and Family Liaison program provides culturally relevant services, guidance, support and advocacy for Indigenous women who have experienced violence and the families of missing and murdered women.  DETAILS

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Mental Health and Wellness

This program utilizes a trauma-informed and traditional support framework which is fundamental in providing support and advocacy services to Indigenous women and their families.  DETAILS

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Nihdawin

MY HOUSE - A PLACE WHERE I LIVE

This program assists the Indigenous population in Thunder Bay that are at risk of homelessness, and those experiencing homelessness.  DETAILS

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Ska-Be

HELPER

This program provides support services to improve the health and well-being of urban Indigenous elderly women and families and/or those with chronic
illness or disabilities. 
DETAILS

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Youth In Transition

This program delivers housing supports and services to youth (16-17) years old who are in a Voluntary Youth Services Agreement.  DETAILS

 

Are you looking for programs or services for a community or group?

OUR PROGRAMS & SERVICES

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Aboriginal Diabetes Education and Awareness

This program aims to support and increase physical activity and to create and deliver diabetes awareness  DETAILS

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Aboriginal Responsible Gambling Awareness

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

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Building Aboriginal Women’s Leadership

BAWL

This program focuses on building capacity and supporting Indigenous women as leaders in
their communities.  
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Indigenous Anti-Human Trafficking

This program supports Indigenous communities in providing survivor-focused and localized responses to end Human Trafficking.  DETAILS

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Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women Family Support

This program supports families through the provision of information, coordination, counselling and ceremonial supports.  DETAILS

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Urban Aboriginal Strategy

This Committee seeks to provide comprehensive and representative advice on urban Indigenous issues in the city of Thunder Bay.  DETAILS

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Youth Life Promotion

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

 
Send us a message

ONTARIO NATIVE WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION

 PHONE: 1-800-667-0816  |  FAX: 1-807-623-1104

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