Welcome to the Women’s Contact Society
Our focus is on women.
Our concern is for everyone.
We provide support and services to all women and girls that improve their quality of life and empower them to change ideas, laws and situations that deny equality in Williams Lake and area.
Women’s Contact Society is a non-profit charitable organization that works to improve the lives of women and girls in the Cariboo Chilcotin region.
Information about our programs and services can be found on our website or you can contact us for more details.
Emergency Help and Support
If you need help, please call 911 or visit our online phone directory for emergency support in Williams Lake and area.
What We Do
To provide support and services to all women and girls that improve their quality of life and empowers them to change ideas, laws and situations that deny equality in Williams Lake and area.
Empower women and girls in all areas of their life.
Our Guiding Principles
We believe women have the right to have control of their life.
We welcome women of all ages, abilities, sexual orientations, and cultural, social, and economic backgrounds.
We respect and honour the traditional and unceded territory of the Secwepemc peoples, on which our programs live and grow.
Serving Williams Lake and area since 1982
The Women’s Contact Society exists to provide support and services to all women and girls that improve their quality of life and empowers them to change ideas, laws and situations that deny equality in Williams Lake and area.
The Women’s Contact Society is a place for all women, whatever their status, age, or lifestyle. We operate according to the principle of feminism: women have the right to be full and equal members of society.
We provide many programs that support women and their families in the Williams Lake area, from counselling to clothing, and childcare to legal advice. Our services are constantly adapting and expanding to meet the needs of our community and support our vision of empowering women and girls in all areas of their life.
Latest News & Resources
CCRR is offering training and onsite assessments to consider ways to be more inclusive. For example, ways to recognize our biases and learn from them, environmental scans of your setting, words and language we use, etc. Inclusivity will...
CCRR is hosting a 4-part Communities of Practice commencing November 29th to discuss challenging behaviours and how we can navigate the “tough stuff” together. Katie Crosby, Occupational Therapist, will walk us through techniques to help...
We are excited to announce that the Women's Contact Society and William's Lake Child Care Resource Referral have moved to a new location. We are now located at 202-350 Barnard St., operating Mon-Fri (excluding holidays) from 9:00am to...