Blackfoot Family Lodge Society mission statementThe Blackfoot Story, an exhibition,  from January 1st to March 31st. Our indigenous artists tell the story in vivid portrayals that speak directly to the heart.

Located in the gallery at Blackfoot Lodge 830 7 Street North.

We invite you to book a tour at (403) 894-7962.


Programs offered by the Blackfoot Family Lodge 

Grandma's Lodge: Communal Living - 12 rooms available for monthly rental; Honing Homemaking Skills; Developing Support Networks

Aunties' Lodge: Workshops in Blackfoot, Stories, Crafts; Urban supports; Mapping Your Way Home

Napi's Lodge: Community Centre (Hours to be announced)


Donate to the Blackfoot Family Lodge SocietyThe Blackfoot Family Lodge is a non-profit charitable organization that relies on financial donations to support our programs and assist our residents.  Please contact us at (403) 329-6506 or (403) 894-7962 to donate to the Society. 

In-kind donations are greatly apprediated as well. 

Thank you to Otillia Harlos for the much appreciated knitted toques.


To provide culturally appropriate interim and transitional housing to Indigenous women, families in Lethbridge.


The Blackfoot Family Lodge Society (BFLS) was originally established in 1993 as the Lethbridge Native Women's Transition Home Society. 

BFLS is a registered charity governed by an all-Indigenous Board of Directors committed to service excellence and maintaining positive relationships in the community.

Respect provides the foundation for our interactions with our residents. We share and listen, encourage and inspire, set an example and reinforce our Blackfoot values of honesty and humility.