Programs and Services


Transitional Support

Your support team is right here.  We'll offer you a warm tea or coffee. We'll listen to you. What do you need?  A safety plan? Legal Help? Support from others who've been through this too? Do you have kids?  What are their needs?

We offer individual support and goal planning to assist you. We are inclusive, non-violent, anti-racist and anti-oppressive. All are welcome here.


Programs For Women


  • completion of risk assessments and safety plans


  • short-term one-to-one counselling
  • emphasis on safety and personal goals
  • understanding the impact of violence against women and abuse


  • ensuring that your voice is heard
  • providing information to you that may have an impact
  • accompaniment to justice related, social services or legal meetings through a Court Support Program
  • completion of forms and applications
  • aid in accessing community support
  • finding and securing financial resources
  • assistance in securing permanent affordable housing
  • parenting support


  • weekly workshops on topics that relate to you
  • creative workshops
  • physical activities
  • family events
  • Nuggets and Knowledge - a community kitchen program, providing cooking, meal planning, budgeting, food safety and nutritional education
  • Heal Your Life - a series on self, thoughts and choices
  • Summer Fun Program – building new memories with fun activities for families


Children’s Programs

Kids Can Do Programs

Kids can bounce back.  To help, we have one-to-one support, all-ages activities and a fun summer program.  You have survived enough. It is time for happy memories.  

Michael Stoop Memorial Fund

Giving them a chance to take part in community activities, Michael's fund lets kids believe in dreams.

To access this fund for assistance with camps, music lessons, sports, or other child centred activities, contact Lisa Ball at 519-421-9811 for an application.




Ingamo Homes, through programs, support and agency collaboration, work with women and their children to make the transformation from broken to brave.



Ingamo friends hanging out

Ingamo is a Inuit word. It means "a place of friends".  



How to apply:

Residents of Ingamo live in individual townhouses with rent geared to income. To apply, download the application form below.

Application Form (Download PDF)






“Broken to Brave”  

Words women used to describe themselves entering the program and when they were ready to leave.

Broken to Brave – this is what happens at Ingamo.




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Ingamo Homes is registered as a charity under Canada Revenue Agency.

Charity # 126579242 RR