Teen Dating Violence Month Educational Board on display at Sault Area High School.  Educating our youth is the key to preventing future abuse.

Hali McKelvie, Grant Coordinator Assistant Manager for the Sexual Violence Services and Anishnaabek Community and Family Services/Advocacy Resource Center, spoke at the Tribal-State Partnership meeting at Kewadin Casino on January 18, 2023. Hali spoke to Tribal, and State representatives about the history of Residential Boarding Schools and the impact the schools had on our Native ancestors and future generations.  The Community quilt was on display for those in attendance.

The finished Community Quilt created by various members of our communities far and wide to honor and remember Residential Boarding School Children.  The quilt was completed by tribal members Sue Garrett and Mary Ann Hussey.  Remaining squares will be added to another quilt in the near future.

The "back side" of the Community Quilt.  If you can see the stitching of the quilt is fashioned in the shape of tiny hands.  The quilt is absolutely gorgeous and we couldn't have done it without our wonderful community.  Miigwech!

ARC Staff attended the MMIW March in Grand Rapids, MI for MMIW's Day of Action March for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women/Relatives.  

L to R: Jane Cadreau, Jessica McKerchie, Jess Gillotte-King, Sylina MacDougall, Ashley Gravelle, Jami Moran 


This beautiful piece of art was created by artist Scott Killips from Fort Myers, FL.  Scott is donated his art to the Advocacy Resource Center in his effort to support and promote awareness for the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women.

Florida artist Scott Killips donated one of his paintings to the Advocacy Resource Center to show his support in the fight to prevent Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women.  ARC staff was humbled by the kind donation.