Recognizing and Celebrating International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples

Recognizing and Celebrating International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples   This August 9th we celebrate International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples. On this day, many of us take a step back to acknowledge the centuries of Indigenous resilience and resistance to racism and settler-colonialism, as well as further invest ourselves as accomplices in…

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Pride and Black Lives Matter

Pride and Black Lives Matter   This June marked the 50th anniversary of annual LGBTQ+ Pride traditions.     The first Pride march in New York City was held on June 28, 1970 on the one-year anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising of 1969, a series of demonstrations by the LGBTQ+ community in response to a police…

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Mental Health Awareness

May is Mental Health Awareness Month. This month is about raising awareness on the importance of mental health and stopping the shame and stigma surrounding mental health illnesses. Mental health illnesses are among the most common causes of disability and it is estimated that one in five adults will experience mental illness each year. It…

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Spaghetti and Support from our Local Community During COVID-19

June Western, longtime supporter and ally of Women’s Resource Center (WRC), and Fratelli’s Italian Kitchen have come together to provide meals for families living in WRC’s transitional house during the current pandemic.  This month, WRC is proud to honor June Western and Fratelli’s Italian Kitchen for their gracious donations of meals for survivors of domestic…

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Women in Higher Education — Start Planning Your Educational Goals Today!

In honor of Women’s History Month in March, WRC has partnered with the team at BestColleges.com to empower and inspire women to take the leap of achieving higher education. With future generations of STEM leaders, global advocates, and college graduates, BestColleges.com put together a series of guides that celebrates and supports women who choose to…

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WRC’S COVID-19 Update

In light of recent developments and concerns of the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, WRC is taking several precautionary measures to reduce risk to WRC clients, staff, and community members of contracting and spreading disease.

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On Supporting Survivors

On Supporting Survivors: Throughout the advent of the #MeToo movement and others that bring the stories and realities of gender-based violence in our society to light, it’s become readily apparent that assault, abuse, and stalking are issues that pervade the lives of many people in our community.  Still, despite the growing number of survivors that…

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WRC Welcomes Katherine Mulderrig as Newest Legacy Society Member

WRC Welcomes Katherine Mulderrig as Newest Legacy Society Member This month we have the honor of welcoming a long-cherished supporter of WRC, Katherine Mulderrig, into WRC’s Legacy Society.  Through this pledge, Katherine’s support of WRC will carry on for years to come. We are proud to recognize the continual support Katherine has provided us since…

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See’s Candy Fundraiser

WRC is proud to again partner with See’s Candy by offering their delicious chocolates for sale! This quality confectionery product can be purchased from WRC.

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Fresh Upgrades in WRC’s Residential Facilities!

Fresh Upgrades in WRC’s Residential Facilities!   We are happy to share with you more of the newest updates that have come to WRC in the recent month!  Thanks to community donors and supporters, as well as our own fabulous staff, we have seen the development of some truly beautiful upgrades to our residential facilities.…

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