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Toronto ON Canada

Anduhyaun Shelter is a Violence against Women (VAW) Emergency Shelter servicing Indigenous and Non-Indigenous women with or without children fleeing violence.

Anduhyaun Shelter provides:

  • Emergency shelter in a substance and violence free environment
  • 18 beds for women and their children
  • Culturally sensitive counselling and referrals. Women are provided support in a culturally-safe and inclusive environment.
  • The shelter operates on a client focused and strength based approach which promotes advocacy and empowerment for women while maintaining their cultural identity in addition to respecting diversity of race, religion, and sexuality. The goal here is to address the unique needs of each woman as she navigates her path on her healing journey.

Services offered at the Shelter include, but are not limited to:

  • Individual Counselling
  • Sexual Assault Counselling
  • Crisis Counselling
  • Life Skills
  • Resident Support Services
  • Cultural Ceremonies and Elders
  • Anduhyaun Shelter is not accessible by wheelchair, please feel free to contact us for additional resources.
  • Upon request, accessible formats of written information and other forms of communication are available.

Access Criteria: Indigenous women 16 years and older * Indigenous mothers with children * assaulted Indigenous women with or without children * must be ambulatory * non-Indigenous if space available * no male children 18 years and older

Tags related to this service:

  • Care offered: Sexual assault counselling, Individual counselling, Crisis counselling
  • Service Type: Intimate partner violence (IPV), Domestic Violence, Gender-based violence (GBV), Shelter, Indigenous
  • Target Population: Indigenous Women, Indigenous, Women, Children
  • Transportation: Accessible by public transit

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