Learn more about what’s going on at YWCA Missoula in our October 2020 Newsletter.
Learn more about what’s going on at YWCA Missoula in our September 2020 Newsletter.
Learn more about what’s going on at YWCA Missoula in our August 2020 Newsletter.
July 16: Next week we will resume Tuesday night support groups for domestic violence survivors. Group size will be limited and pre-registration is required. There will be options to participate remotely as well. To register for support groups or learn more, email Carol or call 543-6691.
Learn more about what’s going on at YWCA Missoula in our July 2020 Newsletter.
June 18, 2020 Like so many across this community and country, we are outraged by the devastating impacts of police violence and systemic racism. Change is long overdue. As a domestic and sexual violence service provider, we do recognize and value the critical role that law enforcement and the justice system can play in protecting… Read more »
June 9, 2020 At YWCA Missoula we continue to be outraged by the violence and deaths of Black people in America due to police brutality. We stand with YWCAs across the country– including YWCA St. Paul, where George Floyd was a member of a training program and working to improve his future– to demand justice… Read more »
June 1: This week, we are reopening the YWCA offices to the public. We closed our main office doors back in March in response to the COVID-19 outbreak, and since that time only our essential services for domestic and sexual violence survivors and homeless families have been available. Our goal is to reduce barriers to our… Read more »
May 1: Our Secret Seconds Thrift Stores are re-opening under the country’s guidelines for Phase 1. We have some new protocols in place to protect everyone’s health and safety: -Please wear a face mask/ covering when entering the stores -Maximum store capacity is 20 people -Please keep a physical distance of 6 feet from others in… Read more »
YWCA Weekly Watch, April 25, 2020: A video update from Planet Kids manager, Trish Christensen, about how COVID-19 has impacted our supervised visitation programs, and why these services are so critical during this time.