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Violence Against Indigenous Women and Girls

Barriers for Indigenous women and children accessing safe shelter are multiple and complex. Indigenous women are more likely to live in a social environment in which substance abuse, spousal violence, lack of housing and poverty are widespread. Family violence in First Nations communities is a painful legacy of colonization. The extreme prevalence of family violence as well as substance abuse reflects cultural dislocation, systemic economic deprivation, the intergenerational legacies of residential schooling, the pain and desperation of unresolved trauma and grief, discrimination, and lack of hope.

The women and families of Eagle’s Nest need your support. Please consider giving what you can to help us continue to offer a safe haven within the Stoney Nation.

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If you prefer to donate by cheque, please send to:

Eagles Nest Stoney Family Shelter
PO Box 820
Morley, Alberta
T0L 1N0


Eagle's Nest Shelter

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Seasonal Giving

Watch this space for information on our upcoming holiday campaign. We’ll be releasing details soon!