EXPLORING ALTERNATIVES

WITH VICTIMS OF FAMILY VIOLENCE

Domestic violence can take many forms. It may involve physical aggression, verbal abuse,

emotional manipulation, forced sexual activity or financial control.

 

 

 
 
 
 


 Need Help? Call our 24-HOUR CRISIS line: (780) 424-5875

 

 

 
 
 
 
 

 

Welcome to the Lurana Shelter Society

 


Lurana Shelter Society and Lurana Shelter are named after Lurana White, the Foundress of the Franciscan Sisters of the Atonement. Lurana White was a woman of vision who advocated activities to support women during a time in history when they did not experience equality.


Lurana Shelter has been an important ministry of the Franciscan Sisters of the Atonement since 1993. While some programs may be similar to others offered in the community, they are also very different. Lurana Shelter Society’s programming model is holistic in its approach. We believe in treating the whole person psychologically, socially, physically and spiritually to bring about optimal wellbeing through our program

 
 

OUR PROGRAMS

 

 
 


Innovative Childcare

Lurana Shelter Society is committed to making sure the needs of the children are addressed and met to the best of our ability.

 


Lurana Shelter

A twenty-one day Domestic Violence Program, includes sheltering as a component. This program operates at a confidential, high security complex for women with or without children fleeing domestic violence and abuse.

 


Outreach

Our Outreach Programs provide follow-up to women and children after they leave the emergency shelter as well as those who, for a wide variety of reasons, do not enter the shelter.

 


Intensive Case Management


Domestic violence is a complex issue. The Intensive Case Management (ICM) Team provides comprehensive wrap-around services that support women and their children in shelter or transitioning from the shelter to the community.

 
 
 
 

 

THE LURANA SHELTER SOCIETY

 

Lurana Shelter Society and Lurana Shelter are named after Lurana White, the Foundress of the Franciscan Sisters of the Atonement.  Lurana White was a woman of vision and supported endeavors to support women at a time in history when women did not experience equality.  The Franciscan Sisters of the Atonement have been providing services in Edmonton, Alberta since 1928.


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