What We Do

Women's Resource Center helps women discover their strengths and talents while overcoming barriers to employment and economic independence. We provide gender-specific assistance so they can break the cycle of poverty through meaningful employment.

We offer programs that focus on low-income single mothers, women who are justice-involved, unemployed and underemployed women who face challenges in the workplace. Specifically, our services include career exploration, employability and life skills, education/training assistance, mentoring and more. We work in collaboration with each woman to create a  personalized plan of  action to help her move forward in her professional and personal life.

Programs and Services

Participants can access the programs and services that most meet their needs. We offer various levels of support:

Empower Pathway

Women Mentoring Women Pathway

New Beginnings Pathway

These services are open to all participants:

  • Business Center provides access to a copier, printer and computers for online job searches, skill building and other related activities.
  • Computer Classes scheduled monthly.                                      
  • Resume Coaching Volunteer Resume Coaches help participants prepare a resume and cover letter that best markets skills to prospective employers. Available by appointment only.   
  • SET - Seeking Employment Together This friendly and supportive group meets weekly to discussion issues surrounding the job-search and life.
  • Working Women’s Clothing Closet provides participants with professional outfits and accessories. This support not only enhances a participant’s marketability, but also increases her self-confidence. By appointment only.
  • Divorce Information Workshop Compassionate local attorney presents basic legal information to consider during the divorce process.  Requires preregistration. The workshop fee is $20.   
  • Scholarship Program Scholarships are available only to women actively participating in our intensive programs, who are attending or accepted to an accredited secondary learning institute, show financial need, and clearly articulate education and career goals.