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Helping Spirit Lodge Society

Helping Spirit Lodge Society provides excellent service to Women and Children fleeing violence.

Women have access to: Transition House, Second Stage Programming and Subsidized housing units, Journey Home – to assist the homeless population seeking housing, Employment Resources, and a Wellness Center.

To Support women moving through trauma the Helping Spirit Lodge Society provides therapeutic interventions including counselling, acupuncture and massage therapy. This organization primarily seeks to help indigenous women and children but do not close their doors to others.

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Helping Spirit Lodge Society has served the Greater Vancouver community for 28 years and has helped thousands of individuals. The philosophy of Helping Spirit Lodge Society is unique in that it addresses the issues of Indigenous family violence from a holistic perspective.

The cycle of violence need not be passed on to the next generation; it can be stopped here. To interrupt this cycle requires both intervention and reconstruction phases. Helping Spirit Lodge Society is active in developing strategies which will confront the issues and determine which direction is to be taken.

The organizations work is shaped by the belief that it is the Indigenous people who must set the agenda in providing solutions to problems that adversely affect their traditionally proud cultural inheritance.

Helping Spirit Lodge Society has served the Greater Vancouver community for 28 years and has helped thousands of individuals. The philosophy of Helping Spirit Lodge Society is unique in that it addresses the issues of Indigenous family violence from a holistic perspective.

The cycle of violence need not be passed on to the next generation; it can be stopped here. To interrupt this cycle requires both intervention and reconstruction phases. Helping Spirit Lodge Society is active in developing strategies which will confront the issues and determine which direction is to be taken.

The organizations work is shaped by the belief that it is the Indigenous people who must set the agenda in providing solutions to problems that adversely affect their traditionally proud cultural inheritance.