WSN is happy to offer our accessible, inclusive, and free Virtual Drop In Support every Tuesday from 4-8PM via zoom.
If interested in this event, please register by clicking HERE You can also email: MOLADIMEJI@WOMENSSUPPORTNETWORK.CA if you have any questions
Let’s talk about helpful relationships, stress management & self-care
This 3 part workshop series led by Gila Münsterwelcomes 2SLGBTQIA+ individuals & allies into theworld of cross stitching!
Wise Women Expressive Art Circle – For Women Survivors: Unlocking The Magnetic Power of Your Desires
Wise Women Expressive Art Circle – For Women Survivors: Music For Mental Health & Wellbeing
Wise Women Expressive Art Circle – For Women Survivors: Improving Self Awareness
Wise Women Expressive Art Circle – For Women Survivors: Living Your Best Self/Challenging Limited Beliefs
If interested in this program, please email email@example.com or call 905-895-3646 ext: 113 to sign up
Women's Support Network is offering 6 weeks of trauma informed group counselling virtually for survivors of sexual violence. The first session starts on November 4th 2021 at 6 p.m. Do you need support to attend? E.g. childcare, language interpretation, dinner etc. Please discuss your needs when registering. To register contact Bola…
Safe Passages is a one week retreat for survivors of human trafficking for the purpose of sexual exploitation. You are eligible if: 1- You are 18 years of age or older 2- Have experienced human trafficking for the purpose of sexual exploitation 3- Are able to commit to attending the 1 week retreat, 4…
This art making group is hosted on our instagram page (@wsnyorkregion) every Thursday starting at 6 p.m. This space is designed to let your imagination flow by creating art using materials found in your home. From recycled objects to art supplies, to any other object that may spark your inspiration! Join us on IG Live.
WSN is pleased to offer a series of Helpful Relationship workshops for youth. The project and workshops are unique, as they reach out to and provide helpful relationships education to young populations that are not necessarily in school or accessing school-based programming, youth of all genders, and youth who are from diverse racial and socioeconomic backgrounds.…