Starting 2020 with access to care from HSSA

Categories: Awards, Community, Donations, Get Involved, Impact, Other
Thank you to the Health Sciences & Services Authority of Spokane County (HSSA) for your grant! YWCA Spokane was awarded a generous grant for our trauma treatment and mental health program. YWCA providers have seen a growing need for this service among domestic violence survivors, and providing in-house psychological support through mental health therapy for …

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2020 MLK Jr. Unity Rally and Women+s March Reflection

Categories: Advocacy, Community, Events, Get Involved, Impact, Other
YWCA Spokane staff were grateful to be among the crowd of attendees, showing up and taking a stand for intersectional justice work in our community, at the 2020 Women+s March and the 2020 Martin Luther King Jr. Day Unity Rally. Eliminating racism and empowering women is central to our mission and work at YWCA. Our …

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YWCA Offers Women Job Search Support & Mentorship

Categories: Education and Training, Other
When asked how much community members know about YWCA Spokane free programs, most share their awareness of our wrap-around services for domestic violence victims/survivors, including our safe shelter. What many in Spokane are still unfamiliar with is the array of services we offer that focus on women’s economic empowerment, which are provided through our Women’s …

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Thank you Miss Shifters

Categories: Community, Donations, Get Involved, Impact, Other
Thank You Miss Shifters All Girls Car Club Your generous donation to YWCA Spokane’s Our Sister’s Closet clothing boutique is deeply appreciated. We greatly appreciate Miss Shifters All Girls Car Club for taking it upon themselves to organize a clothing and necessities drive among their community to benefit Our Sister’s Closet, a donation-based clothing boutique …

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Thank You to the Washington State Department of Social and Health Services for Their Incredible Support!

Categories: Advocacy, Awards, Community, Donations, Impact, Other
Thank you to DSHS for your grant to benefit YWCA Spokane’s Women to Work Program! Because of their amazing support, YWCA Spokane’s Women to Work program will continue to provide women with an Essentials Training Program for WorkFirst participants, including a family violence component. The Department of Social and Health Services (DSHS) has granted our services …

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