Value Statement

ASOO Board will maintain an atmosphere of openness, transparency and honesty while respecting our interconnectedness and valuing the diversity of traditional teachings across Ontario.

Mission Statement

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.

If Sarah Skunk is still alive, she turned 65 in October. Thirty years after her family members last saw her, they don’t know whether she lived to celebrate the occasion – and they wonder if they’ll ever know.

© ASOO 2021

Call us

To speak to a member of our team please call 519-652-0888

Email Us

For any question please send us a message to alicia@asoo.ca

Call us

To speak to a member of our team please call 519-652-0888

Email us

For any question please send us a message to alicia@asoo.ca

Mailing Address

P.O. Box 218 Southwold, ON
N0L 2G0

Mailing Address

P.O. Box 218 Southwold, ON
N0L 2G0

Value Statement

ASOO Board will maintain an atmosphere of openness, transparency and honesty while respecting our interconnectedness and valuing the diversity of traditional teachings across Ontario.

Value Statement

ASOO Board will maintain an atmosphere of openness, transparency and honesty while respecting our interconnectedness and valuing the diversity of traditional teachings across Ontario.

Mission Statement

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.

Mission Statement

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.

If Sarah Skunk is still alive, she turned 65 in October. Thirty years after her family members last saw her, they don’t know whether she lived to celebrate the occasion – and they wonder if they’ll ever know.

If Sarah Skunk is still alive, she turned 65 in October. Thirty years after her family members last saw her, they don’t know whether she lived to celebrate the occasion – and they wonder if they’ll ever know.

© ASOO 2021