The Women’s Centre has a Resource Centre with information on topics including: legal, employment, seniors, mental health, addictions, entrepreneurial, disabilities, housing and counselling services. Referral information is also available for community agencies and services.
In addition, we have a lending library with five hundred books on a variety of topics including abuse, relationships, health, self-esteem, employment, spirituality and parenting.
Online Links in Our Community
In effort to foster connections in our community, we offer links to other groups and agencies that work to help women.
- Acclaim Health
- Burlington Counselling & Family Services
- Canadian Mental Health Association - Halton Region
- Canadian Red Cross
- Elizabeth Fry Society
- Halton Children's Aid Society
- Halton Family Services
- Halton Community Legal Services
- Halton Multicultural Council
- Halton Organization for Pride and Education (HOPE)
- Halton Region Health Department
- Halton Regional Police Service
- Halton Women's Place
- Kerr Street Ministries
- Law Help Ontario
- Nelson Youth Centres
- Nina's Place
- Oak Park Moms and Tots
- Oakville Distress Centre
- Oasis, Centre des Femmes
- Probation and Parole Services
- Partial Psychiatric Hospital Program
- Reach Out Centre for Kids (ROCK)
- Victim Services - Government of Ontario
- Welcome Wagon
- Hope Place
Information on Separation and Divorce
Family Law Information Program (FLIP) is a free online resource for families, former spouses and partners about to enter the family justice system. The goal of the program is to help you make more informed decisions about legal and emotional issues that often arise at the end of a relationship.
Family Law Education for Women
Information available in multi languages: English, French, Arabic, Chinese (traditional), Chinese (simplified), Farsi, Punjabi, Somali, Spanish, Tamil, Urdu
An area in each family courthouse where you can receive free information about divorce, separation and related family law issues (child custody, access, support, property division and child protection) and referrals to community resources. Each FLIC has a variety of publications available addressing these issues, as well as guides to court procedures. Staff and Advice Lawyers are also available at designated hours.
Brampton 7755 Hurontario Street (905) 456-4700 x 5345
Milton 491 Steeles Avenue East (905) 878-7281 x 3447
Hamilton 55 Main Street West (905) 645-5252