YWCA Central Alabama has taken proactive steps to protect our clients, staff, and community. Based on CDC and other health officials' preventive measures and social distancing recommendations, it is with heavy hearts that we suspend the following activities effective March 16th until further notice allowing staff to work remotely. Outreach, volunteers, meetings, and events, My Sister's Closet, Family Resource Center, Child Development Center, and Supervised Visitation and Exchange.
If you have questions, staff is still available via email and telephone or for general inquiries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. For additional updates, please visit our social media channels.
YWCA Central Alabama critical domestic violence shelters in Jefferson and St. Clair counties and 24-hr crisis line will continue with 24 hour access. If you need help or have questions about domestic violence, please call 1-205-322-4878 (HURT).
Now is the time we should lead in crisis with courage and calm. Please take care of yourselves and each other. Together YWe impact our Birmingham community.
Take a walk with Teagan and his family as they find a world of love, support, and a strong foundation to build on. The YW's Child and Youth Programming is dedicated to serving the most vulnerable in our community with the highest quality early education and enrichment programming to prepare children for school and life. Now join us for a walk.
YWCA Central Alabama is dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women and promoting peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all.
Our Building Communities, Bettering Lives AmeriCorps Program is currently recruiting 42 new members. Do you know some great applicants with a passion for service, a heart for our mission and the ability to serve full-time for one year starting in September? If so, ask them to send a resume, cover letter and three choices of interest to email@example.com.