Frequently Asked Questions
What does Women’s Resource Center do?
We educate and empower women with tools and strategies for finding employment, developing a career and becoming economically independent.
How do I receive help from Women’s Resource Center?
The first step is to attend a general orientation where we'll outline the different programs and services we offer. A Participant Interview will then be scheduled so we can learn more about you and how we can personalize our services to meet your needs.
I am a former participant; do I have to attend another orientation or interview?
If you haven’t participated in any WRC programs in the last year, we ask that you begin again with the general orientation followed by the Participant Interview. This will help us to assess what your current needs are and plan accordingly.
I was referred by another organization; do I have to attend an orientation and interview?
Yes, everyone must attend the general orientation and participate in a one-on-one interview as a starting point for services. This will allow us to fully understand your individual situation and circumstance and address your particular needs.
How do I get to Women’s Resource Center’s office?
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What are Women’s Resource Center’s hours?
We are open Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 9am-5pm; Tuesday from 9am-7pm; and Friday from 9am-noon.
How much does it cost to participate in your programs?
There is no cost for participants to engage in our programs with the exception of our Divorce Information Workshop which is a $20 fee. Scholarships are available.