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Reflexology

Thursday, November 25   |   10:00 pm – 11:00 am   |   Via Zoom Facilitated By Rositha Jeanson, Registered Canadian Reflexology Therapist and Licensed Canadian Reflexology TeacherThe workshop will cover:What is Reflexology and how it can benefit you!  Space is limited – Pre registration is required by calling (204) 477-1123. This is a women-only event

How to Find Joy & Balance During the Holiday Season

Thursday, November 25   |   1:00 pm – 2:30 pm   |   Via Zoom This time of year can be difficult for many of us. If you struggle during the holiday season join us for a workshop where we’ll discuss ways to cope and find joy! Space is limited – Pre registration is required by calling (204) [...]

Navigating Relationships

Monday, November 29   |   1:00 pm – 2:30 pm   |   Via Zoom Facilitated by The CMHA Well-Being Learning Centre This workshop will focus on the characteristics of healthy and unhealthy relationships. We will discuss ways to repair and recover from unhealthy relationships and help with planning for developing healthier relationships in the future.Family, friends, and [...]

October Update!

"The wind is rising, and the air is wild with leaves. We have had our summer evenings; now for October eves!" – Humbert Wolf Check out our upcoming October Workshops and events! Hope to see you there!

World Mental Health Day – October 10!

The overall objective of World Mental Health Day is to raise awareness of mental health issues around the world and to mobilize efforts in support of mental health. Check out our workshops and events to see what we are offering in honor of this important day! For more information, click here.

Fall Gratitude Challenge!

Gratitude is a feeling of well-being and peace that can be developed through practice. When practiced over time, this feeling becomes stronger making our lives more fulfilling. Grab your favorite journal or notebook and dedicate it to our upcoming 15-Day Gratitude Journal Challenge starting October 1st! Follow us @fgwrc on Instagram and Facebook to join!

In-Person Programming!

Fort Garry Women’s Resource Centre is excited to announce that have returned toIn-person programming! With that, restrictions currently leave us providing: Women’s Counselling: In-person;Children’s Counselling: In-person;Outreach: Drop-in (limited occupancy), Clothing & Harvest by appointment;Workshops and Groups: In-person and Virtual;Resources and Casual Volunteers: Limited Occupancy;Emergency Food & Hygiene Kits: Pre-Arranged Pick Up (when available)In accordance with [...]

September Update!

Fort Garry Women’s Resource Centre is excited to announce that we are returning to in-person programming – effective: Monday, September 13th 2021Code YELLOW restrictions currently leave us providing: Women’s Counselling: In-person;Children’s Counselling: In-person;Outreach: Drop-in (limited occupancy), Clothing & Harvest by appointment;Workshops and Groups: In-person and Virtual;Resources and Casual Volunteers: Limited Occupancy;Emergency Food & Hygiene Kits: [...]

Online Drop-In Tuesdays; 11am-12noon

To connect follow this link directly:https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85045014826Meeting ID: 850 4501 4826One tap mobile: 204 272 7920 You can join in at any time during the hour for any length of time you wish. Our online drop-in is a safe place to connect with other women, talk with staff, and get information and referrals. Join in for [...]

Masks are still Mandatory

As part of our continued response to contain and mitigate the spread of COVID-19, we are requiring masks or face protection to continue to be worn at Fort Garry Women's Resource Centre in order to protect the vulnerable population we serve. We Will: Provide free masks for those unable to access one.  Provide free [...]

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