Our New Address: 1368 Ouellette Ave.



Since 1982, we have been serving our Windsor-Essex County communities. As a non-profit, charitable organization, we strive to achieve excellence in our service delivery to immigrant and refugee women and their families to become full and participating members of Canadian Society. The Windsor Women Working With Immigrant Women is a multi-cultural, non-profit and community based organization. We function in an anti-oppressive, feminist and anti-racist framework. Our approach is holistic, recognizing that our clients are multi-faceted identities, and that negation of any aspect of that is detrimental to their full participation in Canadian society. We are committed to assisting women and their families with priority to immigrant, racialized, individuals with multiple barriers and youth.

Our programs are designed to address and meet the needs within the community as they serve to help our clients achieve their goals. 




 Financial Literacy
 Youth arts program
 Women’s program with a focus on life skills and computer training
 Employment services
 Settlement and Information services
 Intergenerational program for youth to connect with seniors in healthy exchanges
 Language and skills training
 Yearly soccer tournament to connect youth with their community
 Childcare program to provide assistance to parents in attending our classes and sessions
 Multiple workshops open to the public on subjects such as; Driving in Ontario, Citizenship, Resume Writing, Interview Skills, and much more

-WWWWIW is a charity and donations are always welcome-

-Our Programs-

EMPLOYMENT Employment Service
LANGUAGE Generic Language Skills Training
SETTLEMENT Information and Orientation

Investing in Womens

YOUTH Newcomer Art


Workshops and Immigration News

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-Workshops and Immigration News- June 2015 Upcoming Workshops Citizenship Preparation Workshops with Support in Arabic begin at our East End location Citizenship Preparation Classes begin at our East End location…

Childcare Information

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-Childcare Information- The Care for Newcomer Children (CNC) program offers childcare services to children 6 months to 6 years old, while parents are attending LINC classes.  Nutritious snacks are also…

LINC Restructuring

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-LINC Restructuring- Starting April 1, 2015 the LINC program will be restructured into an ESL program offering specialized classes in Listening/Speaking and Reading/Writing.  Classes will remain part time with morning…

Special Guest Speaker Joyce Zuk – Joyce is a progressive thinker with dedication towards equity for marginalized persons. Her organization itself speaks for the way that Joyce thinks and acts. Family Services has a suite of programs that deliver services to various marginalized communities, from impoverished youth, to seniors, to persons with mental and physical disabilities and persons struggling financially. As an executive director and a dynamic figure in the community she makes important alliances with organizations dedicated to assist marginalized communities.

MC Comedian Mel Kania – Mel is a mother of 2 daughters. She was born and raised in Windsor and recently married her partner. She started comedy in 2014, and has performed across Ontario and Michigan. She was a finalist in The Border City Comedy Festival, Winning as the wild card in 2014. Mel is very active in the community, sitting on many committees and is an advocate for woman’s rights.

–Stayed tuned for booked Entertainment–