Waaban Outreach Support to First Nations, Métis and Inuit Women

Waaban Outreach Support to First Nations, Métis and Inuit Women

Waaban Transitional Housing and Outreach Support to First Nations, Métis & Inuit Women (formerly known as the Aboriginal Women's Outreach program) main purpose is to create a support circle that allows the women to empower themselves through the sisterhood of culture and shared life experiences.

Outreach and support services are available to First Nations and Metis women and their children who:

  • are, or have been, impacted by violence
  • are living in the Surrey, Delta, White Rock and Langley areas.

All programs and activities are free of charge and child-minding is provided. Our commitment is to offer support through home visits, crisis calls, advocacy, accompaniments, and life skill related programs.


  • Accompanying women to appointments (Ministry of Child and Family Development, Ministry of Human Resources, court, doctors, HIV testing, etc.)
  • Advocacy
  • Home visits
  • One-to-one needs-based support
  • Resource information and referrals
  • Rediscover Parenting support groups
  • Training Programs
  • Traditional Programs (e.g. talking circle, monthly sweat lodge)

For more information, call (604) 836 7280 and (778) 877 7824

Email: waaban@atira.bc.ca

Staff available Monday-Saturday 8.30am- 5.00pm

Drop-ins every Saturday 1.00pm-3.00pm


Click here to read a feature article about the Aboriginal Women’s Outreach.