PIWAPAN WOMEN'S SHELTER
Shelter Staff are available 24/7 and will provide support and assistance with everything you need to get re-established... personalized safety plans, assistance finding new living accomodations, applying for finincial support, referrals to legal & medical services, assistance with job search and transportation to and from appointments.
24 HOUR CRISIS LINE
1-306-425-4090 The Crisis Line provides help for both men and women who are in crisis; through referrals, support and information sharing. (Collect calls will be accepted)
The Outreach Program provides help for both men and women over the age of 16 seeking support, advocacy, referrals, and educational programming.
FAMILY VIOLENCE & SEXUAL ASSAULT SERVICES
We offer individual and group support networking, advocacy, education, sharing circles and activities for survivors of sexual assault.
EDUCATIONAL SUPPORT PROGRAMS
Group programs are held on Monday to Thursday Mornings from 1:30 - 3:30 PM.
PIWAPAN WOMEN'S CENTRE
Our goal is that all individuals and families within Northern Saskatchewan will have the opportunity to live healthy lives free from violence.
Over the years Piwapan Women's Centre has offered a full range of residential and outreach services specializing in helping women and children impacted by family violence. Piwapan plays a key role in servicing La Ronge area and small communitees in Northern SK.
A volunteer board of directors providing services and support to women and children.
Available 24/7; our trained support staff provide confidential, respectful and nonjudgemental services to women and children experiencing domestic abuse; helping them move toward a future of health and dignity.
Piwapan Women's Centre is a Non profit organization, is governed by the La Ronge Native Women's Council Inc. and funded by the Ministry of Saskatchewan Justice & Attorney General and AANDC Aboriginal Affairs Northern Development Counsel.
Outreach is funded by the Ministry of Saskatchewan Justice and Attorney General
The Sexual Assault Program is a three year project funded by Status of Women Canada