Isabel Johnson Shelter
Isabel Johnson Shelter is a safe place to stay while you work through future plans--and a place to turn to by phone if you need someone to talk to about the abuse you've experienced. Our services are confidential and free of charge. To set up your stay, or for support and guidance by phone, call 306-525-2141 and ask to speak to a shelter worker.
If you are a woman who needs to get away from an abusive situation, then you are eligible to stay, with or without children, without charge. When you call, the staff member you talk to will ask some questions about your situation and will tell you whether there is space available. If Isabel Johnson Shelter is currently full, she will suggest other options for you.
What to expect in shelter:
- a secure facility
- private bedrooms for single women or families
- shared kitchen and living rooms
- 24 hour staff available to assist and support you
- optional group support activities
- an atmosphere of respect
Contribute to a good cause
If you want to help us help women in difficult life circumstances, click here to see our Wish List. If you prefer to make a financial contribution to Isabel Johnson Shelter, you can do so on-line through Canada Helps. Click on Donate Funds, on the right hand side of this page.
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If you have accessed this information because you are in an abusive relationship, please consider your safety. Abusers often monitor your online activity just like they monitor your other activity.
You should be aware that abusers can easily monitor computer use. Even if you delete your history, "spyware" is available to track every site you visit and everything you type. If you think your computer activity might be monitored, it may be best to use a computer at a library or friend's place to search information or send email related to your escape plan.
Isabel Johnson Shelter receives core funding from the Saskatchewan
Ministry of Justice
The Isabel Johnson Shelter is supported in part by a grant from the
Social Development Community Investment Program of the City of Regina