COVID-19 UPDATE: PARTIAL REOPENING
SAWCC will be partially reopening June 28, 2021.
In accordance with Quebec’s COVID-19 public health & safety guidelines, we will be offering in-person services by APPOINTMENT ONLY, starting June 28, 2021.
Service-users are welcome to phone/email to book a in-person appointment at our centre.
Walk-in services are NOT open.
Our new hours are 10AM-3PM
We want to assure you that we are doing our best to help and support you while putting everyone’s safety first. We appreciate your cooperation in these unprecedented times.
In order to respect public health and safety rules, we have reduced hours and are working at limited capacity.
Please note the following changes (in effect starting June 28,2021):
– The center is open Monday to Friday from 10:00AM to 3:00PM.
– Each staff member comes to the center on a certain day of the week. Please see their schedules below.
– All center staff continue to work from home and stay connected by phone, WhatsApp, Zoom, emails, etc.
– In order to maintain security measures, we do not allow anyone to enter the center without prior appointment. Any service user who comes for an appointment must wear a face mask.
Visit our BLOG for information on the virus and info sheets in multiple South Asian translations. Take note that information and government instructions continue to change.
You can also visit our Facebook page for updates.
The South Asian Women’s Community Centre is committed to supporting South Asian women and their families facing struggle and discrimination on the basis of physical and mental ability, religion, colour, nationality, age, sexual orientation and identity, caste, and class. We offer a wide range of services, such as settlement programs for refugees and new immigrants, language classes, education on individual rights, support for survivors and victims of violence, and high school programs. Our centre is a space for community-building and collective healing, and we are proud to host many community events such as monthly potlucks and the annual summer picnic.
Our community-building work is also rooted in collective activism and social action, and we continue to engage ourselves and work towards transformative change for the marginalized communities we serve as well as stand in solidarity with.