Our Family Violence Outreach Program provides the above services to individuals living off reserve in the Lac La Ronge area as well as to those living in Air Ronge, Hall Lake, Sucker River, Pinehouse Lake and Stanley Mission.
Iskwesis Club is offered through our Family Violence Program. Iskwesis Club is a girl’s empowerment club that seeks to provide a safe place for young women, CIS, trans and questioning between the ages of 12-25 years of age to come together and learn through fun, relaxation, and creative activities with peers.
Sessions are led by trained professionals and community leaders from La Ronge who guide our young girls through a variety of topics including violence, healthy relationship, letting go, self-value, sexual and reproductive health.
Location: 808 La Ronge Avenue
Hosted on: Mondays.
Time: 6:30PM – 8:30PM
Registration fee: NONE
The Youth Empowerment Program is offered through our Family Violence Program and assists youth in becoming familiar with their community and establishing strong supportive social networks. We achieve this through diverse programs, including providing practical information on life skills education, cross-cultural workshops, and recreation. These programs empower the youth with knowledge and skills to help create positive change in their lives and their communities.
This is happening this evening! Call or text 306-420-5591 for a spot or more info, this will be a lovely relaxing evening
Contact Morgan at 306-420-5591 for Details
Seasons Greetings from the Staff at Piwapan Women's Centre
Iskwesis Club: Do you enjoy painting? Do you enjoy movies? Well we have a treat for you! Join us for a paint and movie night. There will be snacks, laughs, and a door prize!
Iskwesis Club: Feeling bored? We have the solution for you! Come join us for a night of "bored" games! Snacks and Prizes!
I am pleased to announce that we will resume our in-person Iskwesis Club Group Activities. They will be every Wednesday from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm. Some things to note:The Iskwesisuk will be expected to continue to wear masks when unable to social distance. There is some...