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you can make a request
using the AICHO webform

“A place where you are safe, comforted and sheltered”.
Dabinoo'Igan is an emergency domestic violence shelter for women and their children.

It provides a temporary place to stay while you look at options that will help keep you safe. Dabinoo’Igan provides advocacy, safety planning, support groups, and cultural activities.

What is domestic violence?

It is a pattern of behavior, including physical violence or sexual violence, by an intimate current or former partner.  It is seen in male/female and same sex partner relationships. Domestic violence takes many forms and includes a range of actions intended to control:

·  Isolation, intimidation, using children, emotional abuse, economic abuse, coercion and threats, minimizing, denying and blaming, cultural abuse, ritual abuse, male privilege and sexual abuse.

If you are in need of immediate safety, call 911. 

For more information about what Dabinoo'Igan can o to help you be safe,
call 722-2247.



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