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 from 1:30 - 3:30 PM.
PIWAPAN WOMEN'S SHELTER
Provides temporary shelter in a safe, confidential environment; for mothers (ages 16 and over) and their children who are experiencing family violence and abuse. Residents at our women's shelter stay in our secure building and are provided meals and snacks, a furnished room, shared bathrooms, indoor children’s playroom and outdoor playground as well as basic hygiene items and have access to clothing and other donations as required.
Staff are available 24/7, 365 days a year and will provide support and assistance with personalized safety plans, finding new living accomodations, applying for finincial support, referrals to legal & medical services, assistance with job search and transportation to and from appointments.
Group Programming is offered Monday to Thursday and tailored to meet participants needs. Some of the topics offered during our programs include the cycle of violence, personal safety plans, parenting, effects of violence on children, addictions, self esteem, anger management, goal setting, stress reduction and budgeting.
Clients also receive ongoing followup support after leaving the shelter through our Outreach Services.
PIWAPAN OUTREACH SERVICES
A wide range of services are offered to meet the most common needs of the women leaving the shelter and women that have experienced domestic abuse in our community.
We strive to empower women and families to understand their options and to help them make important life decisions that they are facing.
Some of the workshops that we are able to offer outside groups or organizations include: First Responder to Sexual assault and Abuse, Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST), Mental Health First Aid - First Nations, You are Not Alone and Choices.
SEXUAL ASSAULT SERVICES
We offer individual support, networking, referrals, advocacy, education and activities for survivors of sexual assault.