ASOO Board will maintain an atmosphere of openness, transparency, and honesty while respecting our interconnectedness and valuing the diversity of traditional teachings across Ontario.
The Aboriginal Shelters of Ontario Board of Directors will collaborate and support Organizations to work towards addressing and ending family violence by providing quality service incorporating traditional beliefs.
To identify and understand Family Violence issues impacting Aboriginal communities.
  • ASOO Board will maintain an atmosphere of openness, transparency, and honesty while respecting our interconnectedness and valuing the diversity of traditional teachings across Ontario.

  • Who we are

    Who we are

    A gathering of Aboriginal Shelter representatives from Ontario took place February 7, 8 and 9th, 2011 in Toronto. This opportunity gave representatives a platform to think through unique ways to enhance their capacity to meet the needs of First Nation victims at the grass root level...

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  • Why become a Member?

    Why become a Member?

    Aboriginal Shelters of Ontario was created by and for those who work frontline with Indigenous families experiencing violence and dysfunction in their homes. The leadership of ASOO are shelter directors from Aboriginal-mandated shelters in Ontario, so we know the frontline experiences. We know the injustices...

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  • How To Become a Member

    How To Become a Member

    We (ASOO) are an incorporated body and the first non-profit in Ontario poised to provide coordination, training, research and support to shelters in Ontario with a ‘mandate to service Aboriginal families as well as Organizations that provide family violence related services...

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