Blackfoot Family Lodge Society mission statementThe Blackfoot Story, an exhibition from September 1st to December 31st. Our indigenous artists not in words, but in vivid portrayals that speak directly to the hear and is meant for you. Located at the Blackfoot Lodge 830 7 Street North.


Programs offered by the Blackfoot Family LodgeThe Blackfoot Family lodge offers cultural educational  programs.


Donate to the Blackfoot Family Lodge SocietyThe Blackfoot Family Lodge is a non-profit organizations that relies on funding and donations to provide programs and assist our clients. Please contact our office at (403) 329-6506 if you are interested in donating to the society.

Mission Statement

Providing Accommodation and resources to First Nations Women and Children in a cultural and compassionate manner. Empower our First Nations women in making responsible choices and changes in thier life to set themselves on a path towards a self-sufficent future.


As of November 30,2015, the Blackfoot Family Lodge Society no longer has an Aboriginal Housing First Team. If you are experiencing homelessness you may call HomeBase (403)-942-7040 For an intake and referral. We continue to serve our First Nations women and children using the Housing First Philosophy.


The Blackfoot Family Lodge Society previously known as the "Native Womans Transition Home" was started back in 1993 by a group of concerned women that identified a gap in services for Aboriginal Women moving into the City of Lethbridge. After establishing a core group we gained the support of the City, local churches and the transitional home opened their doors in South Lethbridge in 1994. Soon after that we began the Headstart Program (the second headstart program established in Canada). Which was originally put in place to provide education to the children living in the Centre.