Outreach Services / Awasiw – The Place of Hope
Provided by: All Nations Hope Network
Responds holistically, traditionally, and spiritually to the needs of Indigenous people (First Nations, Métis, and Inuit) living with HIV, AIDS, and Hepatitis C.
Access to resources and support:
- Light breakfast at 9:00 am, lunch at 1:00 pm
- Educational resources are readily available
- Personal care items when they are available
- Workshops, guest speakers
- Access to phones, news
- Someone to talk to
Access to ceremony and Elders:
- Smudging every day Monday – Friday at 10:00 am or upon request
- Elders available upon request
- Ceremonies are offered on occasion and include feasts, sweat lodge ceremonies, moon ceremonies, give-aways, round dances and cleansing
Activities, crafts and movies:
- Women’s Group
- Men’s Group
- Support Groups
- Recovery Groups
Indigenous people (First Nations, Métis, and Inuit) living with HIV, AIDS, and Hepatitis C.
Referrals accepted for Indigenous people living with HIV/AIDS or at-risk of acquiring HIV/AIDS.
Business Line: 306-924-8424 ext 222
Hours of Operation
Monday - Friday
9:00 am - noon, 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
From October 1 - March 31
Daily 9:00 pm - 7:00 am
Basic services include: place to warm up, bathroom, telephone, water, coffee, possibly snacks.
All Nations Hope Network
2735 5th Avenue
Regina SK S4T 0L2
Transportation: Provides R-Cards for clients.
- HIV / Hepatitis C Testing
- Outreach Services / Awasiw – The Place of Hope
- Resolution Health Support Program
- Training and Education
- Warming Space
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