The Windsor Women Working with Immigrant Women
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Our organization’s website update is in progress.

Due to pandemic-related health and safety concerns, our in-person services are temporarily unavailable. We are currently offering virtual services and you can contact us in your language.

Our services are funded by

Employment and Training Services

For Job Seekers, we offer one-on-one counselling, career goal setting, occupation search, and financial support for individuals with financial hardship. Job readiness workshops and career exploration events are also available.

For laid-off unemployed workers, our Second Career services assist Second Career eligible applicants in career goal setting, occupation search, and prepare you for the transition into high-skill, demand occupations in the local labour market.

For Employers, we offer a candidate pool with global talents, online job posting, candidates pre-screen, job matching and placement services. Our Canada-Ontario Job Grant provides financial assistance to offset business owners’ cost to purchase training for their employees.

For more information, please call 519-915-5588 ext. 206 or email Employment@wwwwiw.org.

Check out our online Job BoardClick here to fill out the Online Employment and Training Form

Language Classes

The LINC program facilitates the integration of newcomers into Canadian culture and society by providing basic language training based on the Canadian Language Benchmarks (CLBs). Our program offers Pre-CLB/Literacy levels 1-3, as well as CLB levels 1-5 in part-time classes offered as either Reading & Writing, or Listening & Speaking.

For more information, please call 519-915-5588 ext. 502 or email Language@wwwwiw.org.

Settlement

Our Settlement program offers services to newcomers/immigrants that help them settle and adapt to life in Canada. Workshops and Information sessions are presented on relevant  topics such as obtaining SIN numbers, Citizenship preparation classes,etc.

For more information, please call 519-915-5588 ext. 106 or email Settlement@wwwwiw.org.

Investing in Women’s Futures

The program priorities activities that promote: Prevention of violence against women and economic security for women.

For more information, please call 519-915-5588 ext. 401 or email WomenServices@wwwwiw.org

Mental Wellness

Our services are tailored to address the challenges of integration with an understanding of the inextricable role(s) of shifting identities, migration, family and community on mental wellness..

For more information, please call 519-915-5588 ext. 701 or email MW@wwwwiw.org.

Community Connections

Youth Community Connections Program is designed for newcomer youth between the ages of 13 and 24. We offer Homework Support and Newcomer Art Projects.

The Community Service Projects offers the opportunities for high school students who are willing to complete 40-hour community service. Click here to download the Registration Form or fill out the online form by clicking on the button below.

For more information, please call Lucia at  519-915-5588 ext. 604 or email lucia@wwwwiw.org.

Click here to fill out the online Community Connections form

Resettling in Canada as a refugee can be a rewarding but challenging experience. Learn more about what to expect when you first arrive and the services available to help you get settled into your new life:

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Our Office

The Windsor Women Working with Immigrant Women
1368 Oullette Ave., Windsor, ON. N8X 1J9

Phone:
519-973-5588