Improving Women’s Lives for Nearly 120 Years
YWCA Metro St. Louis provides a variety of crucial services for women and their families: crisis intervention and housing for victims of sexual and domestic violence, Head Start and Early Head Start education and services that support families, and programs that promote economic stability as a strategy to end racial and social injustice. Click here for more information about sexual and domestic violence.
HELP FOR VICTIMS OF VIOLENCE
Our Women’s Crisis and Housing Services assists more than 1,000 victims annually. Its domestic violence-sexual assault response team works collaboratively with St. Louis City and County.
Individuals and families who are fleeing sexual or domestic violence, stalking or trafficking can find safe housing and other support services through YWCA’s Rapid Re-Housing program.
HEAD START AND EARLY HEAD START
Head Start and Early Head Start are federally and state-funded programs that provide high-quality education, child care, and family support to income-eligible families.
YWCA Young Ambassadors
YWCA Metro St. Louis Young Ambassadors – young women making a mark.
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