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Oshki Odaadiziwini Wakaa’Igan means
“a place where we dream of new beginnings”

The goal of the program is to provide an intensive culturally conducive transitional housing program for women (and their children) to move away from homelessness and poverty. The program provides a time of new beginnings, a time to build personal independence and economic self-sufficiency.

Oshki provides program participants with several kinds of support during their stay in the program. They include:

  • Long-term housing planning

  • Life Planning and Management

  • Family Strengthening

  • Cultural Strengthening

  • Remedies To Discrimination

  • Employment Planning

  • Follow-Up Services

A staff person helps with setting goals, identifying resources, advocacy, building skills, and problem solving, in these program areas.  

Program participants are provided a time for self-reflection, planning, and action.



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