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Scarborough Women’s Centre facilitates the empowerment of women to make long term positive changes with confidence.
Our unique resource centre located in the high needs, under-served community of Scarborough, provides information, education and support to women in their transition from abuse, isolation and poverty to economic and emotional independence.
Our programs serve an individual woman’s needs, while encouraging her to become aware of her own assets.
Information and Referral Support program provides anonymous and confidential service linking women with resources in the community or at the Centre.
This program provides safety planning to women who want to leave violence in their lives or assists them to increase their safety if they are not ready to leave the situation.
We also provide information on issues such as finding support groups, housing, legal support, emotional health and employment training.
We distribute printed materials about women's services and concerns in several languages other than English and offer presentations on how to identify violence in relationships to community groups across Scarborough.
Case Management Support and Counselling
Women with Disabilities
The Leadership Development component to the program will provide women in the leadership development training education, knowledge and tools in facilitation skills, public speaking, developing workshop curriculums and group dynamics. These women will co-lead or lead workshops for women with disabilities, and mentor other women. This will contribute to their marketable skills for flexible employment while expanding the pool of facilitators, support group and other leaders to offer service to women dealing with abuse.
Visit the Women with Disabilities section for more information.
Young Women’s Outreach: Building Strong Futures
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