YWCA Spokane is dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women, standing up for social justice, helping families, and strengthening communities.
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To access YWCA’s available programs and services during the COVID-19 pandemic, please visit our regularly updated services page or contact us through our 24hr helpline services by calling 509-326-2255, emailing email@example.com, or texting 509-220-3725.
Trauma informed shelter for survivors of intimate partner domestic violence, their children, and pets: 509-326-2255.
Legal support for survivors of intimate partner domestic violence.
Advocacy support and therapy for survivors of intimate partner domestic violence: 509-789-9297.
24/7 confidential domestic violence helpline: call 509-326-2255, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or text 509-220-3725.
Free comprehensive preschool with family support services, and domestic violence support services for children and youth.
Job readiness and economic empowerment through mobility mentoring: 509-789-9281.
Women receive support and advocacy to rebuild their lives after experiencing domestic violence.
Children and mothers develop new tools needed for success in life including job and school readiness.
Children and youth receive outreach and counseling to help cope with trauma and develop health relationship skills.
Your voice has power and can have an amazing impact in your community. There are many ways you can get involved and make a difference in the lives of women, children, and families on a local level and nationally.
We believe in a community where all women and children have a safe place to live. A place where women have the opportunity to earn a livable wage and families can live free from violence, in peace, and with dignity.
Join YWCA Spokane for this important free, virtual training on September 21st. Learn more about intimate partner domestic violence, how to help a friend, and about YWCA Spokane’s free and confidential services.
A new challenge will be shared via email Monday – Friday each week. As each day is released, the content will be made available at ywcaspokane/challenge.
The Racial Justice Challenge was designed to help community members dedicate time and space within their schedules to build more effective social justice habits, particularly around issues dealing with race, power, privilege, and leadership.
Each challenge includes daily prompts suggesting to take a few moments to dive into an article, podcast, or reflect on a personal experience.
This is an opportunity to further our learning into racial equity and social justice. The Challenge provides not only critical information and historical context to better understand systemic racism; we hope it proves to be a catalyst for ongoing application in racial and social justice efforts that help to create a fair, just, and equitable community.
The Racial Justice Challenge is accessible to anyone interested in learning more about racial equity and social justice and examining these issues in our own communities.
Consider inviting your friends, family, and co-workers to join you in powerful and courageous dialog and action by moving through the challenge topics together as a learning community.
Join YWCA Spokane for this important free, virtual training on September 21st. Learn more about intimate partner domestic violence, how to help a friend, and about YWCA Spokane’s free and confidential services. Auto-generated English closed captions will be provided.
Visit ywcaspokane.org/training/ for more training dates and times.
Contact Jemma Riedel-Johnson, YWCA Spokane Community Engagement Coordinator, at email@example.com or call 509-385-6623 for more information about available intimate partner domestic violence related trainings.
Breaking the Cycle: A Better Man is a thought-provoking documentary screening and social justice event focused on raising awareness about domestic violence and promoting positive change. This event aims to shed light on the issue of domestic violence and inspire conversations about accountability, healing, and the importance of breaking the cycle of violence.
Join us for Breaking the Cycle: A Better Man and be a part of the movement to create a safer and more compassionate community.
Through the screening of the documentary “A Better Man,” attendees will witness the journey of a survivor and the man who abused her, as they come together years later to confront their past and seek understanding and healing. The film provides a unique and empathetic exploration of the complexities surrounding domestic violence, encouraging viewers to reflect on the impact of their own actions and relationships.
After the documentary screening, YWCA Spokane staff will lead a debrief of the documentary. Together we will discuss key takeaways from the film, how larger social factors played a role in the relationship, and what accountability and justice means in practice. Attendees will have the opportunity to engage in open dialogue and gain valuable insights from the panelists’ diverse perspectives.
Breaking the Cycle: A Better Man seeks to create a safe and inclusive space for community members, advocates, and survivors to come together, learn, and take action towards ending domestic violence.