or register for a class, and you are more than a customer. You become part of our community. By choosing YWCA Regina as your fitness centre, you are supporting a wide range of programs that serve the needs of women, parents, children, and men. Your participation is an investment in positive change—for you and for others.
of classes designed for all ages and stages. Pre-registered and drop-in classes are available.
allow parents to learn through interactive, creative activities that explore and validate their own knowledge in the spirit of fun and curiosity while at the same time discussing non-biased, evidence-based information about pain-coping and labour management.
past decade in acknowledging the severity of different kinds of domestic violence and abuse, yet the problem stubbornly persists. If you don't look for it, you won't see it. It happens in every town and city, in every neighbourhood, in every country in the world. No extended family, no ethnic...
place to stay while you work through future plans. If you are a woman who needs to get away from an abusive situation, then you are eligible to stay, with or without children. There is no charge.
family, it affects every member. Often adults assume that children are not aware. But children take in the sights and sounds and feelings of abuse in the home. It affects their emotions, their behaviour, and the way that they view themselves and the world around them.
country with Canada's resources. Yet, across the country, we are witnessing dramatic increases in the number of people with no place to call home.
support services that empower women is a priority for the YWCA movement. YWCA Turning Point residences provide more than just a safe, affordable roof over women's heads. Our staff and programs respond to the varied needs of those who stay with us. Kikinaw, meaning "our home" in Cree, supports women from teens to seniors through short and long-term stays.
Adapting from the Housing First model of service, My Aunt’s Place focuses on developing relationships with landlords and seeking safe, affordable housing for the families. In addition, an Outreach Worker works with the families after they have left the shelter to ensure the necessary supports are in place in order to keep stable housing. The facility accommodates 22 nightly, and operates at close to 100% capacity.
a full range of developmental programming to nurture children's physical, emotional, social, intellectual and creative lives.
Big Sister / Little Sister match, small group mentoring or big group events, Big Sisters is all about friendship between women and girls. Find out how a little time from a caring adult makes a Big difference in the life of a child.
mothers and their children offers a variety of empowering, informative and fun services for single mothers and their children living in Regina. Help build a social network, with access to information and resources, for yourself and other single moms like you.