Shelter opens on November 2nd and is filled to capacity within two weeks.
Group programs are extended to former shelter residents.
Participated in development of the Assaulted Women's Helpline.
Addition is made to shelter.
Outreach Centre at 140 Islington Avenue is purchased.
Strategic plan focuses on a community development approach to working with women living in poverty.
Planted our first community garden.
Started a health clinic. Physician sees women and their children at the shelter.
Conducted the first Quality Assurance review with clients.
Received the Urban Hero Award from Toronto Community News.
Rhonda Roffey, Executive Director, leaves the organization after 10 years of service.
Silvia Samsa begins as the new Executive Director.
Women's Habitat launches its first Capital Campaign to renovate the shelter.
The Capital Campaign is a success! Women's Habitat renovates its shelter and re-opens in June 2015.
Outreach Centre renovation is complete! New kitchen and program space created