Background of Circle of Eagles Lodge (COELS)
Circle of Eagles Lodge Society was incorporated as the Allied Indian and Metis Society on May 29, 1970. The Society formally changed its name to the Circle of Eagles Lodge Society at its 25th anniversary, 1995.
Circle of Eagles Lodge Society (COELS) envisions Indigenous Brothers and Sisters leading healthy, balanced lives as empowered individuals, within their families, communities, cultures and traditions.
COELS supports Indigenous Brothers and Sisters leaving federal institutions and those dislocated from society, to reintegrate into Community by providing respectful wholistic services and culturally safe spaces.
Programs and Services
Programs and services of COELS are developed through strategic conversations with knowledgeable stakeholders. They include former and current Brothers and Sisters of COELS, community organization partners, Coastal Health frontline workers, Elders, community members, Corrections Services Canada, Parole Officers and COELS Board of Directors, Management and Staff. The goal is to bridge the gaps of existing good community programs and services with COELS in house programs.