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Working Towards a Better Tomorrow

Dealing with the challenges of today requires problem-solvers who bring different perspectives and are willing to take risks. Resourceful Women's Network emerged as the continuation of the work of the Harrow Women's Centre, established in 1992. Our aims are to help women in North London who are in need and distress, with support, information and signposting on a range of issues that affect them. In a variety of way such as training for recreation and employment or other leisure time occupation for women. 

‘Now we are an organisation driven by progressive ideas, bold actions, and a strong foundation of support. Contact us to learn more and get involved.

"There is no limit to what we, as women, can accomplish."
 - Michelle Obama


Working Towards a Better Tomorrow

The Resourceful Women’s Network is here for all women living in North West London, our friendly, diverse community of women from all  walks of life is a supportive, non judgemental community who aim to give women the skills and confidence to get the most out of life.


By supporting women

  • To develop the skills and confidence to return to work

  • To get in shape

  • To learn new crafts and skills

  • To make new friends

  • Who are facing domestic abuse, mental health issues, homelessness or a range of other challenges.


We are here for all women.


"I just wanted to say how much fun the music quiz was this week.  It certainly was very cryptic in places."
- music quiz attendee’

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“I really liked how she was able to understand my feelings and provide a safe and non-judgemental space for me to be able to express myself. I also like how I was able to learn more about how to manage my emotions and learn certain skills and techniques to be able to manage myself better in certain scenarios through challenging and recognising certain thought patterns.”

- Feedback from our counselling sessions 

“ I especially liked how she was able to ask questions to help me understand my emotions better  and through this I am now able to take away the same questions and ask myself when assessing situations that might be anxious to help reduce or manage my thoughts bit better.

- Feedback from our counselling sessions 

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