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The Rexdale Women's Centre is an independent, non-for-profit, voluntary agency that serves high-need women and their families residing in the Greater Toronto Area.


Our Mission We support immigrant, refugee and newcomer women and their families to become fully participating members in Canadian society. As a leader in our sector, we enhance our clients’ self-sufficiency and competence by providing essential services and facilitating access to community resources.

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We support women and their families by enhancing our client's individual functioning skills and by facilitating their access to resources, agencies, and community services.

In particular, we assist our clients by providing programs and services that include, but are not limited to, settlement services, English language classes, violence prevention services, children's services, family support services, and post-settlement services, among others.


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Responding to Intimate Partner Violence in Refugee Assistance Program Workers:
We offer strategies and tools to respond to incidents of intimate partner violence refugee women have experienced or are experiencing.  Learn more...

Neighbours, Friends and Families (NFF): "Opening Doors for Abused Women" campaign includes the execution of a coordinated and collaborative approach to prevent violence against women and improve supports for survivors.  Learn more...

Download the Rexdale Women's Centre Strategic Plan Here

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The Rexdale Women's Centre 40th Celebration will be held on Saturday, September 22nd, 2018 at Rexdale Community Hub Auditorium (21 Panorama Court) from 12pm - 5pm. During the celebration, the will be an Annual General Meeting held in the Auditorium from 2:30pm-5pm.  View Event Flyer
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In July 2017, Rexdale Women’s Centre in partnership with Volunteers Connect & Harbourfront Centre hosted a funfilled Syrian Refugee Day for 50 Syrian refugees.  More Info

WHAT NEXT? Recognizing and Responding to Intimate Partner Violence for Refugee Women in RAP Centres New E-Learning Platform Launch
EVENT - June 20, 2017  English Flyer

Responding to Intimate Partner Violence in Refugee Assistance Program Workers:
We offer strategies and tools to respond to incidents of intimate partner violence refugee women have experienced or are experiencing.  More Info