The Refuge is a collection of programs that provides support and mentorship to women and children in the Elmwood community. Through both individual and group supports, the Refuge offers programming that responds to a variety of needs while using trauma informed practices to cultivate safety, trust, and compassion with each of our participants.
Supporting women and children in the Elmwood community.
A SAFE PLACE TO LAUGH, LEARN AND LOVE.
SUPPORT GROUPS + MENTORSHIP
If you are in need of help or would like more information about our support groups, we would love to connect with you. We have support groups running and can help with immediate crisis support.
Mom's Wellness Group
phone 204-668-3181 to register
We understand the unique difficulties moms face and are here to provide support, love and encouragement in a non-judgmental environment. We care about you and your child. There are mentors at each group who you can talk to about anything and who are there to help you along your journey.
The Refuge closed support groups are designed to provide an inclusive environment for women/youth to gain both education and support as they journey towards healing.
As we respond to the needs of our community, the Refuge closed support groups may change topics as the needs of the participants change.
For more information,
call 204-668-3181 or email email@example.com
Play Cafe is a play space where children and their families can connect, learn and grow through the power of play and imagination. Play Cafe was created out of desire to provide both adults and children with space for meaningful interactions.
We are committed to nurturing play, imagination and early learning in children while providing a clean, safe environment for children to explore, be creative and have fun!
This program is not currently operating due to restrictions.
Protection Order Designate on site to provide information and assistance in applying for protection orders.
If you are unable to reach us and are in crisis,
please call Klinic Crisis Line: 204-786-8686
PODs are people who work in shelters and other community organizations, who have received special training, and have been designated by the Minister of Justice to assist applicants for Protection Orders. In this way, persons needing immediate relief are able to request an order 24 hours a day.