Project Partners and Contacts

ACWS and five on-reserve women’s shelters (from the Alberta communities of Wabasca, Morley, Hobbema, Fort Chipewyan, and Enilda), form the current phase of Walking the Path Together. Each of us are passionately dedicated to meeting the needs of children living on-reserve exposed to domestic violence.

We acknowledge our past partners from the first project phase:  the Centre for Children and Families in the Justice System and Dr. Jacquelyn Campbell, who helped shape the project and tools created.  

Walking the Path Together is possible through funding by the Alberta Government Safe Communities Innovation Fund and the National Crime Prevention Centre with the Government of Canada.

Alberta On-Reserve Shelters

 

Bigstone Cree Nation Women's Emergency Shelter is a shelter operated by the Bigstone Cree Nation. The shelter is located in Wabasca. The shelter has 16 beds. BCNWES also has 2nd stage housing with 4 units. The shelter opened in 1992.

 
 

Eagle's Nest Stoney Family Shelter is a shelter owned and operated by the Stoney First Nations, which consists of three First Nations, they are Bearspaw First Nation, Chiniki First Nation and Wesley First Nation. The shelter is located in Morley, which is approximately 65 km west of Calgary. The shelter opened in January 1992. The shelter currently has 20 beds and 5 bedrooms.

 
 

Ermineskin Women's Shelter Society - shelter owned and operated by Ermineskin Women's Shelter in Hobbema. Although owned by one First Nation, shelter offers services to all First Nations in the area. Shelter opened in 1992. Ermineskin Women's Shelter has 16 beds.

 
 

Paspew House is a women's emergency shelter owned and operated by the Mikisew Cree First Nation. The shelter has 8 beds and is located in the hamlet of Fort Chipewyan. The shelter opened in 1992. The shelter does a lot of violence prevention awareness work and arts and crafts night geared towards women talking together.

 
 

Sucker Creek Women's Emergency Shelter is a shelter owned and operated by the Sucker Cree First Nation. The shelter is located on the Sucker Creek First Nation reserve and is located approximately 5 km east of Enilda. The Shelter first opened its doors in 1992. The SCWES is a 12 bed women's emergency shelter and has five second stage units with 12 beds.

 

Coordinating Agency

 

    Alberta Council of Women's Shelters