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The Drop-In and General Services offer a casual place to visit and have coffee, an accessible shower, and free laundry facilities.
The WE-WIL is a program with the purpose of empowering and giving voice to women who often have being excluded and silenced by the system.
The Housing Options, Mentorship, and Economic Security Project (HOMES) supports women who are dealing with problems or concerns around housing or income security (welfare or employment assistance).
The Red Road to Healing is a program for women who have experienced family violence and are ready to move forward in their healing journey.
The Traditional Teachings program offers a variety of Aboriginal cultural and traditional activities to help connect aboriginal women with their culture while also promoting aboriginal culture to the wider community.
The Employment & Education Program supports women with employment, training, education and volunteering.
The Neighbourhood Immigrant Settlement Workers work with newcomers helping them to access entitlements, adjust to Canadian cultures, and access relevant programs and resources.