Navajo-Hopi Nations,Flagstaff & Winslow News
Wed, Aug. 12

Women and children's shelter to house up to 30 occupants in Utah

Gentle Ironhawk Shelter, a women and children’s home was purchased by the Navajo Nation in 2018. (Photo/Office of the President and Vice President)

Gentle Ironhawk Shelter, a women and children’s home was purchased by the Navajo Nation in 2018. (Photo/Office of the President and Vice President)

Commissioner Willie Grayeyes and Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez visited the Gentle Ironhawk Shelter, a women and children’s home that was purchased by the Navajo Nation in 2018 to provide services for Navajo Utah residents.

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(Photo/Office of the President and Vice President)

The Nez-Lizer Administration is currently working to get the home in full operation. Once completed, the facility will be able to house up to 30 women and children.

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