Warm Referral #1: The Services of Legal Help Centre & How They Can Help!

February 28 | 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm | In-Person at 1150A Waverley St. Facilitated by Nadia Rumore, Senior Staff Lawyer & Rebecca Adams, Social Work Student Come learn what the Legal Help Centre has to offer, their eligibility and how they provide family Law services! Limited Spots available. Pre-registration is required by calling (204) [...]

This November, join us in recognizing Domestic Violence Awareness Month and learn what resources are available in your community to support those affected, including the free support and services we offer at Fort Garry Women’s Resource Centre. Every year, from November 25 (International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women) to December 10 (World [...]

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.

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 [...]

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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