For over four decades, Anduhyaun Inc. (which means “Our Home” in Ojibwa) has provided culturally based emergency shelter and outreach programs for Indigenous women and their children who are leaving abusive situations. Located in the central area of the city of Toronto, the shelter can accommodate up to 18 Indigenous women and children at one time. In 1995, Anduhyaun Inc. opened Nekenaan (which means “Our Home”) Second Stage Housing in Toronto. A total of 24 units accommodate up to 38 Indigenous women and children with affordable, culturally-based transitional housing and supports. In developing this project, Anduhyaun committed its resources to provide a positive, safe, alcohol and substance-free living environment to women and children who wanted to make positive changes in their lives. Anduhyaun offers the units on a rent-geared-to-income basis while the tenants secure permanent housing.