Organiztion: Women's Health in Women's Hands Community Health Centre (WHIWH)
Address: 2 Carlton Street, 5th floor
Date: Every Thursday from March 8 to March 29
Open to racialized women (Caribbean, African, Latin American, and South Asian communities).
Join WHIWH for a fun-filled 4-week group on developing healthy relationships with others, and most importantly within ourselves. Have fun, learn, and make new friends.
This group, catered to young racialized women aged 16-24, aims to explore concepts relevant to the communities of these young women through open discussions and fun activities. The program is intended to provide a safe space for these women to feel supported, validated, and thusly, as the group name suggests: empowered! Through this group, we hope to increase the inner resilience and strengths of the young women in our communities.
This group will cover:
- Healthy relationships, boundaries, consent
- Intersectionality, intergenerational trauma, role of culture in identity formation
- Self-care strategies, physical wellness etc.
WHIWH provides primary health care to racialized women from the Caribbean, African, Latin American and South Asian communities in metropolitan Toronto and surrounding municipalities. They are committed to working from an inclusive, feminist, pro-choice, anti-racist, anti-oppression and multilingual participatory framework in addressing the issue of access to healthcare for WHIWH’s mandated priority populations encompassing all the determinants of health caused by gender, gender identity, race, class, violence, sexual orientation, religion, culture, language, disability, immigration status, and socio-economic circumstances.
For registration, contact:
416-593-7655 ext. 4922
Volunteer hours, food, and TTC tokens will be provided.
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