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.
YWCA Weekly Watch, April 20, 2020: A video update from Pathways shelter coordinator, Chris Young-Greer, about how to help a friend or neighbor who is being abused in quarantine.
YWCA Weekly Watch, April 13, 2020: Video update from GUTS! manager, Roe Erin, about how COVD-19 is affecting GUTS! programming and funding.
YWCA Weekly Watch, April 6, 2020: Video update from emergency housing coordinator, Stephanie Wright, about the impact that shelter-in-place policies have on homeless families.
YWCA Weekly Watch, March 30, 2020: Here is a short video update from executive director, Cindy Weese, about what we’re doing right now to help victims of domestic violence during the COVID-19 crisis.
March 24, 2020 update: The YWCA office remains closed to the public. However, you can reach the office via phone, Monday- Friday, 10am- 4 pm at 543-6691. Call the 24/7 crisis line with any questions or concerns about domestic or sexual violence: 542-1944 or 800-483-7858.
3/20/2020: Due to a significant decrease in sales resulting from the COVID-19 epidemic, as well as our wish to protect community health, both Secret Seconds Thrift Stores locations are temporarily closed for business, starting March 19th until further notice. We will continue to monitor the changing economic landscape and COVID-19 situation, and we hope to open… Read more »
4/20/2020: UPDATE: Both Secret Seconds locations are now accepting donations of housewares and furniture, 10am- 4pm every day of the week. Please bring donations to back door and ring the bell. Donations may be left at back door for a contact-free drop off. 3/27/2020: Update- Secret Seconds will not be accepting donations while the shelter-in-place… Read more »
March 16, 2020 update Like you, we are closely following the evolving news about COVID-19 and working quickly to address the impact of this situation on the people we serve, our employees, and our community partners. While the safety of staff, clients, volunteers, and supporters is our primary concern, we are also developing plans to… Read more »
Learn more about what’s going on at YWCA Missoula in our February 2020 Newsletter.