Record #: SIM0254
Last Full Update: 23 Jul 2023

Service Details


Office Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4 pm 
Shelter Mon-Sun 24 hours


Family Violence Prevention Training from an Indigenous perspective (30 hours). Starts Apr and runs for 4 weeks

Areas Served Brantford ; Ohsweken ; Six Nations of the Grand River ; and other First Nations Communities
Eligibility No restrictions


  • drop-in
Languages English
Fees None

Address and Location

Located In Community Ohsweken
Address & Map
1781 Chiefswood Rd
Ohsweken, ON N0A 1M0
Intersection Chiefswood Rd and Bicentennial Trail
Mailing Address PO Box 250 
Ohsweken, ON N0A 1M0
Physical Access Fully Accessible


Description (Service)

The Community Education Program staff are available to inform the community of the organizations programs and services, the dynamics of family violence and related topics in a culturally sensitive manner. This is achieved through facility tours, presentations, workshops, distribution of resource materials, brochures and newsletters

Cultural Sensitivity Presentations - are designed to provide the mainstream community with an awareness of the history of family violence from an Onkwehonwe (First Nations) perspective as well as to promote an appreciation for Onkwehonwe culture. Providing a basis for understanding the unique challenges faced by Onkwehonwe people will assist individuals and organizations to work more sensitively with Onkwehonwe people

Contact Information

Office Phone 519-445-4324
Fax 519-445-4825
Social Media Facebook
Primary Executive Sandra Montour, Executive Director; Email:

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