Business line 905-529-8149
24 Hour Crisis line 905-529-8600
TTY Phone Line 905-529-8029
Women's Services offers the following:
- The services of Inasmuch House, Transitional Housing Support Program and LEAF Program
- A positive, healing environment for our clients, whether they reside in the shelter or in the community, in which each individual, regardless of ability, age, religion, race or culture will have the opportunity to realize their potential, rights and available resources.
- Public education for our community on abuse issues and collaboration with our community partners to put policies and procedures in place that more effectively support and protect women, youth and children exposed to abuse.
SPRC HAMILTON-REPORT ON HOMELESS WOMEN
Click below to view the report that Mission Services commissioned from the SPRC: Social Planning and Research Council of Hamilton-Report on Homeless Women
For women who are homeless, or at risk of homelessness, the prospect of winter is extremely serious, and for a few women, winter may even play a fatal role in their lives. Mothers, sisters, daughters, aunts, cousins and grandmothers will go without shelter on a freezing night this winter.
Inasmuch House is proud to be a partner in the "How's The Weather" campaign; a campaign designed by the Women's Housing Planning Collaborative.
For over twenty years, Ron hid his drug addiction from work colleagues, his close friends and his wife. Cocaine, marijuana and alcohol were every day recreational aids to Ron who held down a good job as the premiere sales person at a major car dealership. The addition of prescription pain killers to his drug recipe pushed Ron to the precipice.
Chef Luigi of St. Charles Chef Training Program offers cooking classes to clients at Mission Services.