YWCA Columbus is committed to eliminating racism and empowering women through programs and advocacy; provides 24-hour services and emergency shelter for homeless families in Franklin County, permanent, supportive housing for homeless women and housing for low-income women; child-care for preschool-aged children, school-based child care, youth social development programs, summer camps; racial justice education and training.
YWCA FAMILY CENTER AND THE YWCA CHILD CARE AT THE FAMILY CENTER
900 Harvey Court (43219)
YWCA BEFORE AND AFTER SCHOOL CHILD CARE
Columbus 224-9121 x1233
Gahanna & New Albany 614-224-9121 x1211
Westerville 614-224-9121 x1271
WOMEN'S RESIDENCE AT THE GRISWOLD
WINGS Program - 65 S. Fourth St (43215)
614-224-9121 x1226/fax 614-224-0613
Leadership development for high school juniors.
RACIAL JUSTICE DIALOGUES
614-224-9121 x1275/fax 614-224-0613
On-site training program guiding constructive conversation about the issues of racism and inclusion.
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