Home Fire explores family violence and restorative justice from an Aboriginal perspective. Featuring commentary from Elders, community leaders, and members of the western justice system, Home Fire examines the colonization of Canada, historic trauma, the western justice system and grassroots healing programs in Aboriginal communities.
The BANG You Feel was filmed inside the Edmonton Institution for Women and on the downtown streets of Edmonton. The gritty and realistic documentary pulls no punches as it follows the women as they battle their addictions and the strong pull of their old lives, habits and relationships.
Take a journey inside Native Counselling Services of Alberta’s minimum security facility for Aboriginal women, the Buffalo Sage Wellness House. From healing to employment to re-integration, House to Home explores the effects of historic trauma on Aboriginal women and the safe road home to reconciliation.
Learn about the healing possibilities for clients of the Stan Daniels Healing Centre (SDHC). SDHC is a 72-bed facility that has both a Community Residential Facility and a Section 81 designation. Residents at the Centre are either conditionally released offenders (day parole or full parole / statutory release with residency), or residents with inmate status.