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  • Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Women’s Habitat of Etobicoke has implemented new measures to help reduce the spread of this virus, amongst our participants, staff volunteers and the community.

    As you can imagine this period has brought new challenges. In response to these difficult times, we have set up an Emergency Fund especially to address the unique and specific needs experienced by the women and children we serve.

    For more information about how you can help, please click here.

    For more information about our programs and services, click here.

    For more details about our Let’s Luau event, click here.

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  • Women who’ve experienced violence often feel isolated and alone…

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  • Sometimes they feel afraid and that they have no where to turn…

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  • If you feel this way, Women’s Habitat wants you to know we are here for you…

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  • And whether you need our Shelter or Outreach services, we can help…

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  • And please know, it can get better. Call us.

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