YWCA CENTRAL ALABAMA IS ON A MISSION TO ELIMINATE RACISM, EMPOWER WOMEN, STAND UP FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE, HELP FAMILIES AND STRENGTHEN COMMUNITIES.
January is National Stalking Awareness Month, and Brittany Jackson wants to share her mother’s story with the hope of saving others from the same fate. Stalking is not just a nuisance, she said, it can be deadly. “It led to my mother’s murder. It was a very scary situation, but we didn’t know that it would lead to this," she added.
Read the full story here.
A new year brings hope for new beginnings, and YWCA Central Alabama and Hope Inspired Ministries have joined forces to provide adults who are low-skilled, poorly educated and chronically unemployed the opportunity for a better life.
Learn more about the program here.
The YW is very proud to present our first class of SMILE (Single Mothers Invested, Learning, Empowered) dental assistant training program graduates. Please help us send them well wishes as they move toward brighter futures for their families and pursue employment in the dental field.
Click here to watch the graduation video.