News & Updates
Due to the recent developments related to COVID-19, Beendigen’s offices located in Victoriaville Mall, Syndicate Avenue, Luci Court and on Fort William First Nation will be closed effective immediately.
More than forty social service providers from both the surrounding area and from rural and remote communities gathered at Wi Na Wenjikaazo Anti-Human Trafficking Conference at the Best Western Nor’Wester today. The conference was hosted by Beendigen’s Healing Our Own Counselling Unit.
Beendigen Commemorates 40th Anniversary in Thunder Bay and Announces New Programming and Support Services
Beendigen Anishinabe Women’s Crisis Home & Family Healing Agency has been providing healing and hope for women in Thunder Bay for the last four decades. Today, the organization is celebrating its official 40th Dinishkaa in the community, an Ojibway word, meaning anniversary.
Beendigen and the Ontario Native Women’s Association (ONWA) announced the expansion of Talk4Healing, a crucial helpline that promotes the mental health and well-being of Indigenous women.
Beendigen to enhance support and services for abused women and their families: Organization announces new location in Thunder Bay July 12th,...
Wrapping Ontario in Courage for Woman Abuse Prevention Month November 1st 2017: Beendigen in partnership with, Ontario Association of Interval and...
Beendigen has several community partners that can help provide additional support and tools.
Beendigen is known for providing a positive work environment, excellent work experience and a real opportunity to make a difference. Beendigen’s strong team culture emphasizes quality, empowerment and ongoing development.