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Organization: Native Women's Centre  
Phone Numbers: 905-664-1114
Crisis: 1-888-308-6559 (24 hours)
Fax: 905-664-1101
Email: nwc@nativewomenscentre.com
Website: www.nativewomenscentre.com
Address:
Rosedale Postal Outlet
1900 King St E, PO Box 69036
Hamilton, ON
L8K 6R4
Intersection: Rosedale Ave, between King St E and Lawrence Rd
Location: Hamilton (Old Hamilton)
Hours: Administration: Mon-Fri 8:30am-4:30pm
Executives: Cindilee Ecker-Flagg - Executive Director
ed@nativewomenscentre.com
Service Description: Provides safe, emergency shelter and support programs for all women who are experiencing crisis as a result of family violence, homelessness, or conflict with the law

Programs and services include:
  • anti-human trafficking crisis team
  • community workshops and training
  • emergency outreach program
  • programming space
  • women abuse program
 
Aboriginal Healthy Babies Healthy Children Program - Community-based home visiting program in support of Aboriginal families with children * aims to provide healthy growth and development in infants and children 
 
Circles of Care - Program that addresses violence against Indigenous women and their children * offers support to women and children involved in government systems * creates circles of care for Indigenous women and their children to meet their mental, physical, emotional, and spiritual needs
 
Honouring the Circle - Transitional housing and programming for Indigenous women and children who are at risk of homelessness for up to 12 months * healing and wellness programs for families to help maintain permanent housing * safe and supportive learning environment * re-building personal strength and communal skills
 
Mountainview Shelter - 15 emergency beds for single homeless women * harm reduction and stabilization * create safety and transitional plans for each woman * services to support women as they transition into permanent housing

Fees: Free
Application: Self referral - telephone
Eligibility / Target Population: Women and women with children who are in crisis, homeless, or in conflict with the law
Languages: English
Area Served:
Hamilton and area  
See Also: Advocacy and Social Action for Indigenous Peoples
Shelters, Transitional Housing and Drop-in Centres for Women

This information was last completely updated on August 7, 2018

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© 2018, Hamilton Niagara Haldimand Brant Local Health Integration Network

Updated August 7, 2018
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"About Us"
To provide assistance to Native families in the Hamilton area by identifying their needs, advocating on their behalf and establishing programs and services to meet their needs