Healing begins here

Our Healing Village will provide mid-term to long-term support to women who have been victims of multi-generational trauma, sexual violence, sexual exploitation, and human trafficking as they begin their healing journey.


Our peoples
Have been colonized
Researched to death
Still no answers
From a dominant system
Exempt from Indigenous Knowledge
Loss of language
Loss of identity
Loss of culture and spiritual values
We are the keepers
Of our own pathway home


Written by  Jamie Goulet

“Clan Mothers recognizes that healing and education must first begin within the heart, before the mind, while the current healing system seeks to heal the mind first. As sexual exploitation and trafficking continue to be social injustices experienced by Indigenous women, it is time for a paradigm shift. New treatment models which incorporate Indigenous methodologies need to be explored, and it is the goal of Clan Mothers to revisit the longstanding Indigenous matrilineal model of healing.”

Jamie Goulet, Co-Founder of Clan Mothers Healing Village

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Clan Mothers to Recieve $250,000 Grant from Indigenous Innovation Initiative

Clan Mothers to Recieve $250,000 Grant from Indigenous Innovation Initiative

It is such an honour to have been chosen as one of the 10 grant recipients in the Advancing Indigenous Gender Equality through Innovation and Social Entrepreneurship Program. This grant will provide $250,000 to the Clan Mother Healing Village project. This a great step closer toward our goal of building a holistic healing village for women coping with trauma, addiction and sexual violence. check out the the full news release here.

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February 2021 Progress Newsletter

February 2021 Progress Newsletter

Hello Friends of Clan Mothers Healing Village! We hope that this finds you healthy and well.  In our relationship with you, we enjoy sharing updates and information as a way to convey our appreciation for your support. Without it, we would not be able to accomplish...

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Inspiring words from our Elder Mae Louise Campbell to brighten your Friday morning. Have a beautiful weekend everyone!“We have to be free in order to know who we are and to be the gift the creator gave us: strong, powerful and healthy.” – Elder Mae Louise Campbell ... See MoreSee Less
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Who is Clan Mothers?This week we are spotlighting an amazing member from our Elder’s Council, Unci Beverly Little Thunder!Elder Unci Beverly Little Thunder is the operator of the Healing Retreat Centre Kunsi Keya Tamakoce for Indigenous women in Vermont, USA. In addition, she hosts teaching seminars and speaks at university campuses across the country. She is also an advocate for social change and activism around Indigenous women’s issues.#clanmothers #healingvillage #healing #indigenousempowerment #womenempowerment #memberspotlight ... See MoreSee Less
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This #pridemonth Clan Mothers waves the Progress Flag to support the breath of identity and intersectionality in our diverse communities.

This beautiful art piece is by 2-Spirit Indigenous Artist Griffin-Thomas Reed Germain @qasgusi_artwork

#pridemonth2021 #pride #equalrights

June is Indigenous History Month.

This is a time of healing and celebration for Indigenous peoples across Turtle Island. Truth is essential to this journey. Let's raise our voices to the truth.

#truthandreconciliation #indigenoushistorymonth

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