Empowering women, families, and the community to move from where they are to where they want to be.

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Support Us

By supporting the Centre, you’re supporting women, families and the West Central neighbourhood. We greatly appreciate any contribution you’re able to make.

Drop-In & Food Services *Extended Hours*

Drop-In & Food Services

Our Drop-In is a great place to stop by and chat with other women in the community. The chairs are comfortable and hot coffee is always available.

Housing, Income & Employment

Our HOMES Program supports women with housing and income and our More than Four Walls supports women experiencing homelessness.
Settlement Services - WCWRC

Immigrant Settlement

Settlement information and support for newcomer individuals and families who live in the West Central community.

Training & Skills

The Employment and Education program supports women with employment, training, education and volunteering. Learn more.

Restoring the Balance

We are committed to being an active partner in the work of reconciliation between settlers and Indigenous people.

What’s Happening

Volunteer Profile: Alex

Volunteer Profile: Alex

When Alex first connected with the Centre in 2016, she was involved in an abusive relationship exacerbating her mental health struggles. She described her first experience spending time here as both awkward and comfortable, “I came in, grabbed some coffee, sat there...

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Staff Profile: Jojo

Staff Profile: Jojo

My name is Jolene Wilson; the community calls me Jojo. My spirit names are Misko Migizi kwe, Giimiwan Googookoo (Red Eagle Woman, Raining Owl), and I am from the Wolf Clan. I was very lost for 15 years: I lived on the street, homeless and addicted, estranged from my...

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Solutions to Complex Challenges

Solutions to Complex Challenges

Warming Centre In winter 2020/21, WCWRC partnered with Spence Neighbourhood Association (SNA) to open a low-barrier, daytime Warming Centre to serve the homeless and food-insecure members of our West End Community.  Community members had access to Magnus Eliason...

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West Central Women’s Resource Centre empowers women, and their community, to move from where they are to where they want to be, by providing responsive programming, facilitating knowledge sharing and connection, and contributing to culture shift and policy transformation.

Our home is the diverse West Central neighbourhood of Winnipeg on Treaty 1 Territory and the Homeland of the Métis Nation.

Visit us at 640 Ellice Ave Winnipeg, MB

West Central Women's Resource Centre - Click for hours


Monday – 9:00am to 4:30pm
Tuesday – 12:30pm to 8:00pm
(4-8pm open to families/male partners)
Wednesday – 9:00am to 4:30pm
Thursday – 12:30pm to 8:00pm
Friday – 9:00am to 4:30pm
Saturday – 8:00am – 12:00pm

640 Ellice Avenue Winnipeg, MB R3G 0A7


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West Central Women's Resource Centre is continuing to safely support women in need.

Now, more than ever, your help is needed as women and families truly have nowhere else to turn.

Please give today to help them, if you can