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Ontario Native Women's Association

Indigenous Victim and Family Liaison Program


Description
  • Provides services and support for Indigenous women who have experienced violence and for the families of missing and murdered Indigenous women (MMIW)
Services offered include:
  • Assistance with understanding the criminal justice process
  • Court support
  • Crisis and emergency response due to violence/death
  • Healing services including talking circles, cultural healing, Elder's guidance and referrals to other services
  • Support at meetings with the police, the courts, and other service providers
Eligibility
Indigenous women who have experienced violence and the families of missing and murdered women throughout Northwestern Ontario
Application Process
Call to register
Office
1-800-667-0816
Fax
807-623-1104
Web Site
https://www.onwa.ca/
Email
reception@onwa.ca
Languages
English, Other - Ojibway - Staff person, no services provided
Fees
None
Documents Required
None
Accessibility
Partially Accessible - Parking -- No designated handicapped parking space; Entrance -- Accessible from street level but no automatic push button; Washroom -- Accessible
Topic(s)
Social Media
Agency Information
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Copyright
211 Ontario North
Last Verified On
February 6, 2023
Address
380 Ray Blvd
Thunder Bay, ON, P7B 4E6
Thunder Bay satellite office located on Ray Blvd near Queen St
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Hours of Operation
Mon
0900 to 1700
Tue
0900 to 1700
Wed
0900 to 1700
Thu
0900 to 1700
Fri
0900 to 1700

Mon-Fri 9 am-12 noon, 1 pm-5 pm
Service Area(s)
Thunder Bay