The North End Women’s Centre has been serving women and their families for since 1984. We are a registered non-profit organization governed by a Board of Directors elected by the membership.
Our purpose is to provide a friendly atmosphere, where women can receive the understanding, support, and resources they need to make informed choices about their lives. Resources include, but are not limited to, information, referrals, counselling, outreach, employment programs, transitional housing, groups, and volunteer opportunities. These services are determined by the community through feedback from staff and participants.
We have three sites:
394 Selkirk Avenue - Our main building offers counselling services, groups, addictions continued recovery program, information and referral, outreach, advocacy, and a drop-in area.
- Chriss Tetlock Place - Located in the North End of Winnipeg, Chriss Tetlock Place is a second stage transition housing facility and home to our addictions program.
382-384 Serlkirk Avenue – This building is home to the Up Shoppe, two transitional housing units, and four offices. The Up Shoppe is our social enterprise that offers affordable clothing and employment programs to the community.
Betty Berg House – Located in the West part of Winnipeg, this site is a second stage transition housing facility providing safe housing and various services to women recovering from addictions.