Women's Centre

The Terrace Women’s Resource Centre Society (TWRCS) is a non-profit society and registered charity established in 1980. It is a safe and supportive space accessed by women and families.

We house the following programs under The Family Place umbrella:

Skeena Child Care Resource & Referral   |    Terrace Community Literacy    |  Terrace Women’s Resource Centre

The Terrace Women’s Resource Centre Society offers activities and resources which promote healthy communities, help women, create community engagement, and reduce financial, cultural and social barriers for families.

We believe that providing access to relevant and timely community information, and building social connections will create a strong community.  Our space is used over 250 days every year by outside community groups and programs!

What We Do


How We Practice/In Practice

Check out the links below to see how you can get connected today!

Women's Centre Programs

We provide ongoing drop-in groups and support  for our community (click on the titles below to learn more):

Lending Library For Parents – still available

Free Individual Counselling Referrals

Financial Literacy – by appointment

Girl’s Group – meeting again at Centre!

Fibre Arts – active!


Lending Library For Parents

The Lending Library for parents is a free service run by Terrace Women’s Resource Centre.

Parents Lending Library – See What Is Available! The lending library is available @ 4553 Park Ave.

In the Terrace Lending Library for Parents we currently have:


1 medium linen ring sling 1 medium cotton ring sling 1 large cotton ring sling 1 cotton size 5 wrap

1 cotton size 7 wrap

2 cotton wrap mei tais 1 Tula – Grow with Me soft structured carrier 1 Boba wrap In the baby equipment lending library we currently have:

2 pressure-mounted/installed baby gates
infant car seats up to 35 lbs
open-ended learning baby toys

To become eligible to access the items in the lending library, please let us know. We want to get to know you!

What can you do to help us grow?

– Donate a carrier in excellent used condition

– Sponsor the purchase of a new carrier

– Volunteer to help caregivers learn to wrap

– Suggest new items for the lending library!

Contact: 250-638-0228 or info@twrcs.ca for more info or to donate.

Thanks Heirloom Carriers for their donation of a beautiful woven ring sling!

The Terrace Lending Library for Parents is generously sponsored by Rio Tinto Alcan Community Investment Program grant.Thank you to our donor!
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Free Individual Counselling Referrals

Free Counselling referrals contact us at 250-638-0228 

Please Note that this is NOT a crisis line.  

If you are in immediate crisis call:

  • #911
  • Your doctor
  • 1(800)784-2433 (Crisis Intervention & Suicide Prevention for all)
  • 1(800)588-8717 KUU-US (Crisis Response Service for Indigenous People in BC)

Financial Literacy

Financial Literacy – by appointment

Do you need additional support filing your government benefit applications or taxes?

Do you need access to a computer?

Contact Us Today – 

phone: 250-638-0228 or email: info@twrcs.ca

We Do NOT offer legal services – We Do Not Advise

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Girls Group

Girl’s Group – Meetings are held at TWRCS

We have Summer Camp and After School Programs available!

phone: 250-638-0228 or email: equity@twrcs.ca

Our History with Girl’s Groups!

In 2016, we partnered with a local organization and a local Youth, Nisha, to deliver “Her Voice” – a by girls/for girls initiative which focused on media literacy and positive body image.

In summer 2017, we ran a girls’ group for girls aged 8-11 which included Cultural Crafts.

From 2017-2019, we partnered with Kermode Friendship Society Aboriginal Child and Youth Mental Health, Terrace teen drop-in centre, and the local school district to offer Indigenous sexual health education, mental health youth training, and bringing Out in Schools to Terrace for the first time in years.

The TWRCS ran a Girls’ Leadership Club in early 2000s.

Many of these initiatives, like TWRC programming, were funded by one-time grants.  

Contact Us Today 

phone: 250-638-0228 or email: equity@twrcs.ca

We Do NOT offer legal services – We Do Not Advise

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Fibre Arts

We Are Now ACTIVE! Come Join Us.

Contact Catherine at 250-638-0228 or info@twrcs.ca for more info.

A great time to meet new friends or connect with friends you know. Group for absolute beginner and experienced knitters, needlepoint, felt, crocheting, sewing and more.

We also participate in other Fibre Arts events in Terrace: Knit in Public Day, Weaving Workshop, Knitting at the Terrace Public Library. We partner with the Terrace Art Gallery on many exciting craft and art initiatives.

TWRCS - Fiber Arts
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