Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) women and African American/Black women have a few things to talk about, namely solidarity. Dr. Doris Sung and Dr. LaRhonda Magras will explore a history of Asian-Black solidarity juxtaposed against inter-minority racism and tensions. Join us for this free webinar Friday, July 23 at noon!
We are excited to announce that KIDS Korner tickets are on sale! Please join us for our 14th annual KIDS Korner event on Thursday, August 19 from 6-9 p.m. at Regions Field.
Our nationally accredited Child Development Center makes certain that children experiencing homelessness or living in low-income or at-risk households are kindergarten-ready, and provides a safe place to learn, grow, play and forget about their adult-sized worries.
Today’s Derek Chauvin sentencing motivates YWCA Central Alabama to continue bringing awareness to the pervasiveness of systemic and institutional racism and to end it once and for all.
YWCA Central Alabama provides free and confidential services to victims/survivors of domestic and sexual violence and stalking, regardless of gender, age, health status, physical, mental, and emotional ability, sexual orientation, sexual identity/expression, socio-economic status race, national origin, immigration status or religious or political affiliation.
If you need a quick exit, the quick escape button is at the top of every page for you to use.
The YW's COVID-19 RESPONSE: YWCA Central Alabama has taken proactive steps to protect our clients, staff, and community based on public health officials' preventive measures and social distancing recommendations. Staff is available via email and telephone. Email general inquiries here and follow us on social media for updates. The YW's vital domestic violence shelters in Jefferson and St. Clair counties and our 24-hour crisis line, (205) 322-4878 (HURT), continue to operate.